Renting in New Developments, The City
Colloquially known as "The Square Mile", The City of London is a major business and financial centre. An interesting mix of old and new, the buildings in this part of London are both historic and contemporary. From ultra-modern soaring skyscrapers such as The Shard to the more medieval St Paul's Cathedral, there are a number of developments here with apartments which make the perfect Pied a Terre. Click on the development name or email us for further details.
Aldgate Place, E1Price starting from: £510 PW
Neighbouring cultural and financial centres are within easy reach from Aldgate Place, a new property development, situated on London's City fringes. Corporate professionals will appreciate the near zero commuting times and proximity to the burgeoning culinary scene in the Square Mile.
Blackfriars Circus, SE1Price starting from: £475 PW
Enjoying the iconic London skyline is one thing; being an integral part of it is quite another. Corporate professionals with a taste for dramatic views and commuting convenience will find plenty to like in this brand new property development on the southern shore of the River Thames.
Packington Square, N1Price starting from: £320 PW
Garden squares are the original building blocks that have historically shaped London and corporate professionals renting a home in Islington, north London will appreciate being part of a modern day revival of the genre. Packington Square has a heritage that goes way back to Regency times when town planning became something of a necessity for the city's increasing population.
St Dunstan's Court, EC4Price starting from: £650 PW
St Dunstan's Court provides the best of both worlds for corporate professionals renting apartments in London as its location right on the western edge of the City makes it uniquely convenient for forays into the West End either by foot or a short taxi ride.
St George Wharf, SW8Price starting from: £625 PW
St George Wharf can lay justifiable claims to having kick started the whole of the property regeneration phenomenon that has elevated high rise living on the southern banks of the Thames to one of London's most desirable rental options.