Goodman's Fields takes the centre stage of Aldgate’s regeneration
Developer: Berkeley Group
Architect: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
Goodman's Fields is ideally located on the eastern fringe of the Square Mile, within easy access of Canary Wharf, Docklands and Southbank.
A mixed-use urban quarter, Goodman’s Fields is a cluster of luxury high-end, high rise apartments as well as independent coffee shops, cafes and restaurants, a hotel, 2 acres of stunning landscaping and unforgettable public art: boasting twelve bronze horse sculptures by Hamish Mackie.
Comprising of six towers, the development is set around a main central Plaza. Studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses are available across seven acres of this stunning residential development.
The following residential houses form Goodman’s Fields:
Goodman's Fields is situated east of Leman Street, connecting Aldgate East, Spitalfields, and the City with St Katharine Docks and Tower Gateway. It appeals to young professionals working in the City, modern families attracted to urban living, and students. Goodman's Fields is a diverse area with a dynamic mix of beautifully preserved period housing and cutting-edge modern, residential, and commercial property. The area is becoming increasingly residential and enjoys some great public realm designs, including the splendid piazza at Goodman's Fields and the award-winning Aldgate Square with Portsoken Pavilion nearby. Creativity flourishes here with galleries and venues such as Whitechapel, Old Truman's Brewery, and Wilton's Music Hall. It is a short walk away from popular markets such as Spitalfields, Brick Lane, and St Katharine Docks.