PHPD reports on an ‘airspace’ development in central London, where Click Above added two penthouse apartments to an existing three-storey building.
Airspace development – where additional properties are added above existing buildings – is becoming more common in many of the UK’s urban centres. Proponents believe it provides an opportunity to bring more homes to urban areas, with minimal disruption.
One such site is in the Vauxhall, Nine Elms & Battersea (VNEB) regeneration area of London, where airspace developer Click Above has recently offered two luxury penthouse apartments. The new homes have been built atop an existing three-story development of 16 apartments which form an exclusive gated community, known as Corben Mews, just off the Wandsworth Road.
Located on the fourth floor, the two penthouses boast views of the London skyline and have been finished to a very high standard with versatile and adaptable features – including bi-folding floor-to-ceiling glass doors to maximise the view. Fully equipped kitchens – with integrated branded appliances and stylish contemporary fixtures and fittings – as well as designer bathrooms with underfloor heating, all feature in the new apartments.