Press Coverage

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The Caterer

Rhubarb to open restaurant at Centre Point next year

Event and restaurant caterer Rhubarb will be adding Centre Point in London to its growing restaurants and bars portfolio in late 2017.
Centre Point Retail Piazza Entrance

The Times
Carol Lewis

Centre Point: from brutalism to towering beauty

82 apartments in the iconic West End tower are being built in the spirit of modernity but with 1960s style and Crossrail access
Centre Point Show Apartment

Prime Resi
Lisa Hollands

Penthouse Living

The penthouse is arguably the most important and defining property within a residential development. Not only is the penthouse known for being the highest value unit within a building, but it can also bring up the value of the floors below.
Interior and view from luxury master bedroom apartment at Centre Point skyscraper in London - Large

Harper’s Bazaar

Work it out

Each week, we interview a successful woman to find out how she made it to the top, and get tips on maintaining a successful work-life balance. This week, we meet Kathrin Hersel, the property director at Almacantar.
Centre Point Hallway Staircase

The Times

Going from work to play

Centre Point, London W1 The grade II listed office block at the junction of Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Street is being converted into 82 apartments by Almacantar. Prices from £1.825 million
Centre Point Penthouse Party

The Nation

London’s Centre Point ‘in demand’ with Thais

Centre Point, an exclusive residential and retail development in the heart of London, has grown in popularity with buyers from Thailand. The number of apartments sold to Thai nationals has doubled since the June “Brexit” vote to leave the European Union.
Iconic letters at the top of Centre Point luxury apartments skyscraper in London - Large

Time Out London

Seven alternative wonders of London

Forget the London Eye. Skip Buck House. Some of London’s greatest landmarks are hiding in plain sight. We celebrate them
Top floor of Centre Point skyscraper in London with restaurant and iconic letters - Large

Property Week

Developer’s eyes

Contrary to popular belief, developers don't actually have a magic money tree. If we could design and build one, we would, but without one we have to guarantee that our projects are viable and generate healthy profits to keep our shareholders confident and our businesses growing.

The Times
Carol Lewis

Step into a secret corner of Holborn

One of the delights of London is discovering its secret history. Turn a corner and discover a hidden garden square, a row of mews in the shadow of an avenue of towering townhouses, or artists' studios squirrelled away beside a row of shops.
London skyline at sunset

The Daily Telegraph
Rhiannon Bury

Oxford Street’s new twin towers to defy the luxury doom-mongers

At each end of Oxford Street, arguably the UK’s most famous shopping district, stands an imposing reminder of the 1960s.
Aerial view of Centre Point skyscraper in London - Large

Country and Townhouse
Graham Norwood

Living the High Life

Things are looking up in London - and when we say up, we mean it.
Interior and view from living room in north-facing, three bedroom luxury apartment at Centre Point skyscraper in London - Large

The Times
Carol Lewis

Seven statement building addresses

Some of the most distinctive buildings in the capital are getting a makeover, so now's the time to buy a pad in a London landmark.
Interior and view from living room in north-facing, three bedroom luxury apartment at Centre Point skyscraper in London - Large
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