(DBOX for Chalegrove Properties).
Rebecca Wayman

Residential garden 'in the sky' to become London's first ever offering of its kind

Landmark Pinnacle’s ‘Panorama Garden Square’ will be the first ever private residential offering of its kind in East London.

Occupying the entire 27th floor of the 75-storey tower, the garden, set to measure over 8,700 sq ft, has been designed as a traditional English residents’ garden square, with a specially dedicated play area for kids.

The residents’ gardens within Landmark Pinnacle have been designed to mirror a typical London garden square, typically found in the prime central districts of Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Chelsea.

Commenting on the garden space, Rami Atallah, project coordinator at Chalegrove Properties, said: “The gardens are a really important aspect of what we’re looking to achieve at Landmark Pinnacle.

“We’re striving to build an active community where every resident has somewhere to engage with their neighbours, let their children play in a safe environment or just enjoy some downtime.

“The residential garden is steeped in London’s history as an aspirational amenity and we wanted to bring that here for the first time, whilst creating a truly unique outside space within one of the city’s tallest towers.”

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The Panorama Garden Square is split into an East and West side. The West Garden provides a space with sofas and benches set around specially selected trees, shrubs and plants chosen to provide the look and feel of a typical private gated square.

The East Garden has been designed for young children, with overgrown paths, play areas and activity tables. The garden will include seating areas, specifically situated to allow parents to gather and socialise.

Located at the entrance of the building is Pinnacle Park, a 4,500 sq ft tilting plaza which provides a recreational space slanting above a commercial unit. It could be leased by a café or restaurant provider.

Edward Robinson, associate at Knight Frank, City and East, added: “London garden squares have long been in demand and in certain areas can command a premium of up to 25 per cent on the price of a home with direct access to one.

“A major selling point at Landmark Pinnacle is the abundance of green space, which has been a huge factor in the decision making process of a number of purchasers at the development.”

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