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Archway Tower is reborn for resi

The old Department of Social Security building is now Vantage Point, with apartments featuring Zip Car membership, a barbecue and a pizza oven...

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Archway Tower imageThe way tenants rent is rapidly changing, as Essential Living’s Vantage Point development demonstrates. It’s the renovated DSS building, Archway Tower. Specifically designed for lettings, the high-spec apartments will come with a choice of five bespoke designer furniture packages, 7,000 sq.ft of residents’ lounges, business lounge, ready-to-go high speed Wi-Fi and free Zip Car membership. They have been built solely for rent and will not be sold off, so residents can settle for as long as they wish.

Leading architects and designers have created the stylish interiors and amazing views across London will make the 118 apartments some of the most sought after in town. Among the unique features are the stylish roof-terraces with BBQ and pizza oven and the split-level residents’ penthouse lounges with 360-degree views across London.

Archway Tower interior imageThere is also an onsite residents’ team, ready to help tenants who want to drop off dry cleaning, book the penthouse for private dining or just organise a food delivery, Essential Living’s vision is to offer a level of service not presently seen into the housing market.

Vantage Point will launch the weekend of the 30th of July 2016 with occupation from 1st September. The 17-storey landmark is located on the corner of Highgate Hill, above Archway underground station.

There are 33 studios, 58 one-bedroom and 27 two-bedroom apartments.

Nick Underhill, lettings director at Essential Living, said, “We wanted to maximise awareness of this landmark for London letting by working with leading national and local lettings agents. Both firms share our vision and commitment to offering great customer service, and we’re delighted to have Hamptons and Day Morris as part of our team.”

Archway Tower interior imageJon Pitt, director of build to rent at Hamptons International, said, “We’re delighted to be instructed as a lettings agent for Vantage Point. Essential Living’s vision for renting has more in common with a boutique hotel than the current buy-to-let market and we’re sure this scheme will prove popular with young professionals, couples and sharers.”

Steve Day, principal at Day Morris said, “I’ve been privileged to work on some amazing developments in the Hampstead and Highgate areas but Vantage Point is the first rental scheme designed to put residents first. As well as some of the highest specification apartments on the market, the building comes with a view that is simply priceless.”

July 23, 2016

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