Super Prime Property Development of the Year

Super Prime Property Development of the Year

Super Prime Property Development of the Year

For a company or an organisation that has demonstrated excellence through a super prime development (residential property or hospitality venue) that has opened or launched in the last 12 months. Attention will be paid to factors including design, innovation, sustainability and impact on/integration with the surrounding area/community.

The Bryanston

Situated in a prominent location at the top of Park Lane by Marble Arch, The Bryanston is a collection of 54 exclusive residences that offer unrivalled panoramic views of both Hyde Park and the City. However, there is more to this development than its stunning location explains Lottie Geaves, sales director at Almacantar, the developer of the scheme.

At conception, the decision was taken to make fewer but more generously proportioned apartments. With three-metre-high ceilings, super-sized windows and floor space that spans over 200 square metres in more than half the residences, these apartments are as spacious as they feel. Changes to planning policy by Westminster City Council now restrict the height and size of future dwellings in this area, which means The Bryanston is the last new development on the fringes of Hyde Park to be able to offer luxury apartments on such a grand scale.

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The OWO Residences by Raffles

Sponsored by McDowell Properties

The OWO Residences by Raffles honours the building’s role as Winston Churchill’s strategic base in World War II. James Bond author Ian Fleming also worked here as a naval intelligence officer.

When it launches later this year, The OWO Residences will enjoy the added distinction of the Raffles imprimatur, courtesy of the soon-to-be-opened Raffles Hotel in the same building, which will provide the residents with more services.

‘We have invested all our passion and time into this project,’ Sanjay Hinduja of The Hinduja Group says. ‘We wanted to create a legacy in London. That was the dream of my father and his brothers – to leave a legacy behind.’