Situated in the heart of Bankside adjacent to TATE Modern, residents of Neo Bankside attest to the fact that opening their front door is never dull, such is the stunning all-around vista of some of London's top landmarks, the plethora of cultural things to do, and restaurants and bars to frequent.
Contact Circa London Sales & Lettings, a sales and lettings agent in Southwark and the surrounding central London areas
on +44 (0) 20 3137 7877 for further information about NEO Bankside.
With a high-profile office in NEO Bankside, we are the on-site hands-on local property experts for this award-winning development.
Developer:Native Land and Grosvenor
Architect:Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Award-winning NEO Bankside is one of London’s most desirable addresses linking the former industrial heritage of the area during the 19th and 20th centuries. The red of the Winter Gardens echos both Tate Modern and Blackfriars Bridge and another distinctive feature is the external bracing system allowing for more useable internal space.
NEO Bankside comprises 217 luxurious apartments in four hexagon-shaped pavilions ranging from 12 to 24 storeys. The apartments range from studios to three-bedroom apartments and penthouses with spectacular views of the City and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Finished to the highest specification: at the north and south ends of each building are Winter Gardens which act as either an enclosed terrace or an addition to the internal living space. The ground floor is occupied by upmarket retail facilities such as restaurants, cafes, and a grocery store.
NEO Bankside not only has fabulous amenities but it is also close by to Blackfriars Station with its river-spanning train platform, and the Millennium footbridge, that points the way to St Paul's Cathedral, as well as tube and overground train links from Southwark, Waterloo and London Bridge stations.
The days when the south side of the River Thames sat in the shadow of the Square Mile are well and truly over. Not only has the Southbank become the cultural lynchpin of modern London, but it also now has the infrastructure to match its influence.
The name Bankside comes from the old English name Banke Syde, meaning "street along the bank of the Thames." Initially, it sat out of The City of London's authority and was occupied by bear-baiting pits and playhouses like the Globe.
In the early 20th century, the area lost a lot of its intrigue and was primarily used as a dock. Later in the 20th century, Bankside transformed into a popular tourist hub and sought-after neighbourhood. Today it is a hub of vibrancy and creativity, and residents are only a hop and skip away from London's most well-known attractions, while there's plenty of entertainment and culture on offer too.
From charming period properties overlooking the Thames to modern properties that are some of the tallest in the capital, Bankside offers an eclectic variety of properties. You'll also find warehouse conversions and buildings from the 1970s and '80s in the mix.
Twenty-four-hour concierge and security
Secure underground parking
Private landscaped gardens
Southwark underground - 0.3 miles - Jubilee line
Blackfriars underground - 0.4 miles - District & Circle lines
Waterloo underground - 0.7 miles - Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern & Waterloo & City lines
Blackfriars overground - 0.1 mile
London Waterloo East overground - 0.6 miles
Waterloo overground - 0.6 miles
Bus within 0.1 miles - 45, 63, 381, 388, N63, N89, N343, N381, RV1
70 Holland Street
London Borough of Southwark
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