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Five prism-shaped towers offer sky-high homes and plenty of venues for visitors to eat and drink. Just two minutes’ walk from the tube is this unique mix of innovative architecture, restaurants and bars, all set along a tree-lined walkway along the Thames.
What's on the Peninsula
Urban Village Fete is a free one-day music and arts festival coming to Central Park on 19 May 2019. The event features a range of unique pop-ups, walkabout entertainment and curated marketplaces. Come down to eat from London’s best street food vendors, watch debates, and take part in workshops for all ages. Round up the troops for another get-together on the Peninsula.
Welcome to New London
Emerging over the next 20 years, Greenwich Peninsula is a new place inventing itself; an evolving community that will be the capital’s most boldly modern cultural landscape.Read more
Find a home designed for your modern lifestyle, with river views, ideal for relaxing or entertaining. Lower Riverside is designed with community in mind. At its heart is the village hall, with a crèche, gym and deli. Nearby, you'll find The Jetty - a riverside oasis with urban gardening and creative workshops.
London is famous for its ‘green lungs’, the parks that give us breathing space. In Parkside, homes line the green spine of Central Park – giving green views and seasonal changes. There’s a local school for your little ones and a nod to tradition with a proper Georgian London pub.
Five prism-shaped towers offer sky-high homes and plenty of venues for visitors to eat and drink. Just two minutes’ walk from the tube is this unique mix of innovative architecture, restaurants and bars, and a revolving cultural programme - all set along a tree-lined walkway along the Thames.
Lawrence and Sally, Residents
We have had a super experience with the team - incredibly helpful, patient, kind, professional. They have gone to so much effort to find us a super home, and help us through the whole buying and moving process.
Studio Weave, in collaboration with HATO and illustrator Jay Cover, ‘33’ is a three storey decorative folly, drawing sightlines through the central park towards the Victorian terraces, focusing on the discourse of ‘What home is’. The artwork is open for entry Friday to Sunday, and free to explore at ground level 7 days a week.