UP UP AND AWAY: THAT’S WHITE CITY LIVING
Leave off the Westway flyover, the eastern end of the Western Avenue, and you glide down the slip road to Shepherds Bush Roundabout. Glinting in the sun are the tall towers of White City Living.
This is part of a regeneration project to provide five thousand homes and office space and 30 acres of public space. This includes plans to make the Westfield shopping centre, to which the towers nestle up, the biggest in Europe. Imperial College has a campus here too. (Imperial College seems to be everywhere in West London nowadays).
‘New homes set within eight acres of parks and gardens, surrounded by world-class retail, entertainment, education, and culture. White City Living offers an experience like no other’. Purrs the developer’s (Berkeley Group) blurb.
And there more:
‘The spacious 2 bedroom apartments within Belvedere Row all have outdoor private balconies and easy access to the world-class residents' facilities on the lower floors and Bowery building’.
£1,087,00 sounds reasonable enough and the Marketing Suite and show home is open, by appointment only.
Make your home here and you are only 12 minutes from Bond Street by London Underground.