The Knightsbridge Apartments
|The Knightsbridge Apartments|
|Location||199 Knightsbridge, London, England|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Squire and Partners|
|Developer||Sammy Tak Lee|
It was built where Mercury House stood from 1957, until it was demolished in 2002. It was designed by the architectural firm Squire and Partners. The developer, Sammy Sean Lee, hired the construction firm Brookfield Multiplex. The building was completed in 2005. It is 43.65 metres high and cost $195 million to build. Prior to opening, a magazine entitled Gold was published to promote the building.
It houses 205 apartments, with a communal garden square. The interior designers were Jane Churchill, Kelly Hoppen, and Joanna Wood. There are three levels of underground parking for. There is a spa and a swimming-pool and a round-the-clock security and concierge service. It was the recipient of the Residential Development of the Year award at the 2006 Property Awards.
Ashley Tabor has had a flat in The Knightsbridge Apartments since 2006, bought for £15 million. In 2017 he bought the next door flat for £90 million. In October 2017, Westminster City Council's planning department turned down his plan to combine the two flats to create the UK's most expensive flat, a £200 million penthouse with ten bedrooms.
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- The Knightsbridge Apartments, Emporis
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