Later this month, Telford Homes will officially launch Greenwich Creekside, one of South London’s most exciting regeneration developments. The public launch will take place at the Marriott Park Lane Hotel, London, W1A on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th September from 11am-5pm.

Located just south of the River Thames off Creek Road within the London Borough of Greenwich, this striking new development will be spread across four buildings, ranging from eight to 17 storeys in height, with a total of 242 open market sale apartments. Designed by award-winning architects Squire and Partners, the development’s layout is based on the form of a group of dancers. Its sleek modern look in steel and glass draws its architectural inspiration from the Stirling Prize-winning Laban Dance Centre located next door.

The only building planned to launch this year will be the Adagio Apartments offering one, two and three bedroom homes, ranging from over 500 to 1,250 square feet, in a 12-storey building. Adagio Apartments will feature a communal roof garden with outstanding panoramic views over the river, as will many of the apartments which benefit from balconies or terraces. The apartments feature a modern, stylish specification and finishes to the exceptional standard associated with Telford Homes. The homes will also benefit from a 24 hour concierge service and (in most cases) have the option to add secured underground car parking.

Greenwich Creekside is served by excellent public transport links – Cutty Sark, Greenwich and Deptford Bridge DLR stations with fast access to The City and Canary Wharf are all within close walking distance, as are the mainline stations of Greenwich and Deptford which also provide access to The City, West End and out towards Kent.

Greenwich Creekside forms the western half of the whole new ‘Creekside Village’ development adjacent to Deptford Creek. This will bring a whole new life to the area by establishing a vibrant and creative community. The overall development is planned to contain a jazz venue, theatre, bars, restaurants and galleries to create a cultural quarter complementing the Laban Dance Centre. There will also be new communal amenities in the form of a public piazza and a new footbridge over the Creek to enhance access to Greenwich station.

Sheena Ellwood, Sales and Marketing Director at Telford Homes, comments: “Telford Homes’ launch of the Adagio Apartments this September offers purchasers the first opportunity to buy a high-quality apartment at Greenwich Creekside before the anticipated upturn in demand next year. With completions not due before late 2010 and excellent rental market projections, we expect good demand to get in first and get the best deals to become part of this new cultural community.”

Prices start from an extremely competitive £235,000 for a one-bedroom apartment at the Adagio Apartments. For further information or details on the launch, please contact Telford Homes on 087 087 209 87 or visit, or alternatively contact the selling agents; DTZ on 020 7710 8111 or King Sturge on 020 7715 9700.
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