Welcome to the second
edition of the Northacre Journal. It’s been a fantastic summer for Northacre,
with teams working hard on our two outstanding developments – The Broadway and
No. 1 Palace Street.
We’re pleased to report
that both schemes are progressing extremely well. With The Broadway’s towers
taking shape, we can finally see just how good the views from these apartments
will be – overlooking iconic landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, The London
Eye and Westminster Abbey.
No. 1 Palace Street continues
to raise the bar, as we reach completion the five architectural styles of the
development are truly coming to life. Offering the very highest quality
specifications, No. 1 Palace Street residents will enjoy becoming part of London’s historic landscape, with the
finest amenities and services at their fingertips.
“We’re also thrilled to
welcome Clifton Property Partners and JLL to the No. 1 Palace Street team. Both
partners were recently appointed to help us bring the development’s final
apartments to market; contributing exceptional expertise, foresight and
understanding of what we’re trying to achieve with this landmark development.
We’re delighted to have them onboard.”
– Simon Edwardson, Head of Sales
September marks one of the most stylish months in the capital’s
cultural calendar, thanks in part to London Fashion Week, (13-17). As
the international fashion crowd flock to the official venue, Store Studios on
The Strand, over on Bond Street the luxury boutiques are more buzzy than usual.
The worlds of architecture and design also collide this month as Open House
London gives visitors unique access to 800 of the city’s best buildings
including themagnificent Maughan Library at Kings College
London and the stunning Spencer House in St. James’s. Here
are some more suggestions for making the most of the heady September days and
nights in the capital of cool:
The London Design Festival
For nine days each September (14-22), the city showcases local
and international design talent over 11 official ‘design districts’. Spanning
east to west, north to south, all can be traversed by foot. Marylebone,
Mayfair and Pimlico Road are just a few of the areas covered and where design
aficionados can experience exhibitions, workshops and talks covering a broad
range of subjects including, jewellery, interior design and architecture.
Nathan Outlaw, the British Michelin-starred chef, brings his
culinary expertise and passion for Cornish produce to Siren, the Goring Hotel’s
first new restaurant in over 109 years. The menu is brimming with seafood
delights including red mullet and devilled shrimp butter, Cornish crab and
buttery Dover sole. Designed by Russell Sage, Siren’s elegant dining room
features mythical sea creatures and chintzy furnishings and overlooks the
Goring’s secluded garden oasis.
The Goring Hotel, 15 Beeston Place, Westminster, London SW1
This October (3-6), over 160 of the world’s leading modern art
galleries, as well as emerging and iconic artists, come under the spotlight at
Frieze London. Frieze Masters runs concurrently and showcases several thousand
years of art history from the ancient world to 20th Century Old Masters in a
unique, contemporary context. And with impressive sculptures dotted around
leafy Regents Park, Frieze is essential autumn viewing for art experts and
Esquire Magazine, the British style bible for men, brings its
pages to life this October (17-19), with a series of exclusive talks,
performances, masterclasses, fitness sessions, drinks and supper clubs.
Designed as a pop-up member’s club across one floor of the Prince Regent’s
former London abode, Carlton House, guests can brush up on all things voguish
for the price of an all-day access ticket.