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'this space' Moving the Past on to a Great Future

The conversion of landmark public buildings in the UK is ahead of the trend according to the Financial Times (25 February 2011).

Once the South Bank University on Wandsworth Road SW8, 'this space' by Mount Anvil cleverly demonstrates how past public sector buildings can be at the forefront in providing great places to live.  Combining classic 60's architectural features such as vast lobbies and floor-to-ceiling windows with today's home technology, this near sell out development comprises 173 apartments and penthouses alongside shops and offices in a stylish Modernist refurbishment.

"Former buildings can offer great scope for imaginative conversions and restorations.  They tend to be in good, accessible locations and buyers are attracted to buildings with original features and a history," explains Killian Hurley, Chief Executive of Mount Anvil.  This is certainly true of 'this space', ranked the best selling development south of the river in 2010, according to London residential researchers Molior.  To find out more information on the last seven apartments remaining at 'this space', call 0845 180 0004 or simply click on www.thisspacelondon.co.uk