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No. 4 Upper Riverside scheme offers one month’s free rent

A Build to Rent scheme at Greenwich Peninsula is offering residents one month’s free rent.

Renters are being offered a month’s free rent at a Build to Rent scheme at Greenwich Peninsula – No. 4 Upper Riverside – if they move in before the end of September. The development is designed by global firm, SOM and is one stop from Canary Wharf and London Bridge with easy connections to the whole of London.

The Build to Rent scheme has a hotel style lobby with design flourishes like its neighbours. The apartments have river views with open plan living space and curated interiors designed for both style and substance. Engineered oak flooring and brushed brass ironmongery bring a sense of refinement to the living areas and glazed tiling, terrazzo panelling and brass fittings give the bathrooms a touch of class, as do the kitchens with Caesarstone worktops and oak veneered shelving.

Each apartment is bespoke furnished with a design approach complementing the curated interiors – and consists of minimalistic Scandinavian influences. The bespoke furniture has been sourced from various locations abroad and can be found throughout the homes. 

The neighbourhood is surrounded by green spaces and purpose-built walkways which creates a space for waterfront hangouts, building a riverside lifestyle that’s more open, social and connected to nature.  

Residents will have access to the Club with a wellness centre designed by Tom Dixon. It includes a gym, pool with city views, rooftop terraces, a dining room and cinema room – and the scheme is pet friendly. 

No 4 Upper Riverside also provides residents with the option to pay a smaller amount upfront – through the Deposit Replacement Scheme – to reduce the costs and stress of moving in. It also provides a secure long or short-term tenancy through a trusted and reputable landlord.  

The development also provides flexible coworking spaces with high speed internet as standard. Creating a community and bringing residents together is also important – there are regular community and social events, such as movie nights in the cinema room.

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