Postmark 3 - Flats
Farringdon, London, UK
Postmark development is the first class London living, where the traditional meets the cutting-edge and east meets west. Postmark is nestled at the dynamic intersection of Bloomsbury, King’s Cross and Farringdon, straddling WC1 and EC1, Postmark puts the whole of Central London at your fingers
About the Project
- Situated on a 6-acre site in Farringdon, Postmark London will be home to 681 new homes, premium new 1-2-3 bedroom apartments, along with penthouses on the site with exclusive facilities, over 20.000 sq ft of commercial space and a host of new public space.
- Postmark, shares its location with the 129-year-old Royal Mail sorting office at Mount Pleasant in Farringdon
- Postmark couldn’t be better connected, the whole central London on your doorstep.n5 major underground stations: Holborn, Farringdon, Russel Square, Chancery Lane, King Cross St Pancras within a 15-minute walk taking you to the rest of the city.
- The 24-hour Concierge, wellness centre with gym, cinema, lounge, courtyard and roof terrace
- Luxury apartments with the finest and elegant finishing: engineered flooring to living, dining, kitchen, hall and reception areas. Timber engineering flooring with carpets in bedrooms. All apartments are equipped with modern appliances with comfort cooling and heating systems. Stained solid wood entrance door, Internal doors in white painted finish. Aluminium balcony decking
- High demand for student renting
- As a consequence, 3,5 yield p/a
- 999 leasehold
About the Area
- The area is extremely famous for its schools and that’s why it’s quite popular among the students, as most of the colleges and universities are situated nearby
- For more than 110 years, London’s post has passed through the Royal Mail sorting office on Farringdon Road. Now the historic Mount Pleasant mail centre is set to become an address in its own right as the site of one of central London’s largest new residential developments.
- The new scheme will sit alongside the art deco mail centre and directly above the Postal Museum’s historic Rail Mail, the underground railway track used to ferry post to and from the sorting office until it was decommissioned in 2003 and reopened as a tourist attraction last year.