The renaissance taking place on the southern shore of the Thames shows no sign of slowing down as yet another exciting urban living space becomes available. Greenwich Square is just a few streets away from both the riverfront and the expansive green spaces of Greenwich Park and it takes inspiration from this setting by providing tranquil landscaped gardens as well as luxurious apartments for residents. On site amenities include a health club, car hire, shops and coffee bars. However, renting an apartment in Greenwich Square not only gives the busy professional a self-contained urban enclave close to the river, but also a hassle free commute into the main financial hubs of Docklands and the City.
A jewel in the transportation crown of the capital, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) links Greenwich to Canary Wharf and Stratford via a series of large windowed driverless trains which serve as mobile observation platforms, ideal for sightseeing. Not that there isn't plenty to see or do in Greenwich itself; independent shops, an eclectic market and the famous Cutty Sark maritime attraction give the area a funky atmosphere while remaining in touch with historic London. The transport options do not end with the DLR. The Jubilee line underground extension now stops south of the river as it links East London up with the West End. These ultra-modern network of stations provide residents letting in Greenwich Square with easy access to the heart of the capital's retail and leisure sectors.
Rental apartments at Greenwich Square are well lit and generously proportioned with either balcony or terrace space. Large windows are designed to maximise the great views of the Docklands skyline. From the wooden floors to the integrated kitchens, the ambience of the one, two and three bedroom apartments for rent in Greenwich Square is geared towards high quality urban living.