The Royal Docks West launch took place at Good Hotel London, an impressive redesigned floating platform with a unique waterfront location, boasting spectacular views of the Royal Victoria Docks, the O2 and Canary Wharf.
The event saw a fantastic turnout and a great interest in the scheme, highlighted by numerous sales on the night. The guests could get a feel for the luxury, refinement and lifestyle on offer with state of the art interactive development models, touch screen TVs, lightboxes and media walls enabling customers to effortlessly experience the view from any apartment. The event also celebrated the floorplans and spec apartment, which received compliments about its smartly-designed layout, beautiful dressing and high-end specification.
The launch event follows a VIP Preview, for previous purchasers, held at our new offices in Barbican. The guests experienced this modern and uplifting workspace, which takes design cues from across Mount Anvil developments, and is inspired by both construction and interior design. The iconic booths of the “Build and Brew” café, which are a preferred location for collaborative working in Mount Anvil, were equally popular with visitors. Interactive tablets, wirelessly connected to wide screen TVs, allowed guests to view apartments in detail.
Royal Docks West provides 105 new homes for sale, ranging from studios to three bedrooms with impressive water, or urban vistas. The development is part of the Royal Victoria Dock, a historic hub of industry, innovation and ambition, with a proud heritage and an equally ambitious outlook for the future. London's third financial and business district is being created in the area and billions of pounds are being invested in transport links, commercial spaces, public spaces, schools and infrastructure. Royal Docks West is three minutes from Crossrail and steps from the water - a place of leisure, with its many waterfront restaurants, boutiques, and areas of recreation, where you can kayak, windsurf, and even swim. With so much going for the development it comes as no surprise that 39% of homes have already sold.