Centre Point is one of London’s original skyscrapers. The 34 storey building has protected, panoramic views of London’s greatest landmarks including Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral and Tower Bridge
Situated in the cultural centre of London, Centre Point is surrounded by the city’s leading restaurants, theatres, shops and art galleries. With the arrival of the Crossrail Elizabeth Line, residents will have direct access to the rest of London, including Heathrow Airport and Canary Wharf.
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Centre Point is located in London’s West End, the cultural heart of the city.
Boasting the most Michelin starred restaurants in London, the West End is home to 30 museums and galleries, Europe’s most famous shopping districts and 40 theatres including the Royal Opera House.
Farringdon, Portobello, Lambeth: familiar names of various London districts, but also those of a wealth of garments designed by Oliver Spencer, whose clothes have earned a reputation for distinction, comfort and sheer cool.
It is easy to see why Maggie chose Rugby Street as her permanent home. The small street runs off Lamb’s Conduit Street, a stone’s throw from Russell Square, the British Museum, the Foundling Museum and countless Bloomsbury landmarks.