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Seager Distillery To Finally Launch

One of the London residential proposals that's been floating around since 2001 will finally be going ahead with the launch on July the first of apartments within the scheme.

The Seager Distillery redevelopment is on a site in Deptford in the east London borough of Lewisham, SE8. Its been designed by John McAslan and Partners for Brookmill Estates. It will contain 219 residential units plus 4,000 square metres of office and retail space.

The design is of a landmark 82 metre tall tower with 26 floors that will be entirely residential with some rooms having floor to ceiling glazing plus a large amount of balconies. Curving around and stepping down from the tower is a lower-rise residential crescent.

The Mayor of London looked at the scheme in April 2002 and warmly welcomed it as an example of what a London scheme should be with the sort of mix of uses that it has although newer projects are sometimes of an even higher standard and this level shown in the Seager development that was considered a standard to aim for is now taken for granted.

That such a long term project has finally moved out of development and towards marketing and construction shows how the residential market is heating up for apartments in towers driven by bullish companies brightened up by the almost complete sell out of the Pan Peninsula towers.

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