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Marlin Apartments, Southwark, London

Marlin Apartments
Empire Square
Southwark
London

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Empire Square is a fantastic new development situated just minutes from London Bridge and London's Financial District, this development encompasses an internal square the size of Piccadilly Circus. Additional benefits include complimentary broadband, welcome basket and weekly maid service Rising from the northern tip of the development is a 22-storey landmark tower, specially designed to make its own distinct architectural statement. Designed by award winning architects, this landmark development presents a new vision of contemporary city living. Stylish apartments and penthouses are on offer, many with striking views across London. The site is complimented by landscaped public areas, and facilities for cafes, restaurants and shops. The emphasis here is on light and space, with all apartments boasting large picturesque windows, most with floor to ceiling glazing in the living room. A 24 hour concierge operates on site and many extra services are available, such as next day dry cleaning, car parking, childcare, additional maid service, and many more. Close-by is the well renowned Borough Food market which attracts traders from all over the UK and as far afield as Mainland Europe. This delectable market is a must for food lovers!

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