The Location

Centre Point is located in London’s West End, the cultural heart of the city.

The View

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

Panorama St. Pancras International British Museum The Barbican The City Of London St. Paul's Cathedral Tower Bridge Tate Modern Somerset House Royal Opera House Hayward Gallery Royal Festival hall London Eye Big Ben National Gallery Westminster Abbey Buckingham Palace Green Park Hyde Park Selfridges Wembley Stadium Regents Park BT Tower

The Area

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.

  1. Landmarks
  2. Culture
  3. Education
  4. Shops
  5. Theatres & Cinemas
  6. Restaurants
  7. Clubs & Hotels

Investing in Centre Point Residences

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.

Interior of Hakasan Chinese restaurant in the West End, London
Women walking up stairs near old building
Man and woman walking in a London park
Liberty of London name with Union Jack flag in West End, London
Streetlights and Pillars in London
Shop window with manikin and sign
Interior of Royal Opera House with pillars and logo
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