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    The Lofts at Goodluck Hope, Ballymore

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    The Lofts at Goodluck Hope, Ballymore

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    The Lofts at Goodluck Hope, Ballymore

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    The Lofts at Goodluck Hope, Ballymore

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Riverside inspiration for London luxury lofts

Nav Pal
25 Nov 2019

Ballymore has launched a collection of eight luxury loft-style penthouses at Goodluck Hope, one of East London’s newest riverside neighbourhoods.

Designed to offer residents modern, flexible luxury in one of the capital’s most exciting and enviable areas, The Lofts are characterised by high vaulted ceilings and light-drenched open spaces. Each of the eight new homes offer unparalleled views across London, overlooking the Thames and Canary Wharf.

With a refined industrial aesthetic and loft style architecture, ‘The Lofts’ truly embody the spirit of Goodluck Hope. The interior design is distinguished by an industrial aesthetic, drawing inspiration from the rich maritime history and industrial heritage of the surrounding Leamouth Peninsula. Distinct oak floorboards connect the living spaces, while the black and white mosaic bathroom flooring and grey bedroom carpets form part of the overarching clean colour palette.

Ballymore will be launching the Ceylon building, consisting of 77 homes. 

New residents will have access to the 1595 Club, the development’s network of amenities situated under one roof within the heart of the development. All the amenities are designed to provide the best in wellness, co-working and entertainment, including a business centre, 25 metre swimming pool and Scandinavian style steam room. Residents will also be able to use the neighbouring facilities at City Island, which include an outdoor swimming pool, resident’s lounge and The Grocer - the island’s very own Italian deli and restaurant.

The new homes are positioned in the heart of Goodluck Hope, the new neighbourhood comprising of 804 homes located directly on the River Thames. Surrounded by water on three sides, the development redefines riverside living and is situated adjacent to City Island.

Our vision for Goodluck Hope is to create a close-knit riverside community with architecturally striking buildings and first-rate amenities. With nearby City Island now a thriving, cultural hub which includes the newly opened English National Ballet headquarters, along with galleries, music and dance recording studios and creative workspaces, we are sure that there will be plenty of interest from buyers who want to become a part of our island community.

Jenny Steen, Sales Director at Ballymore

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