Covent Garden: the vibrant heart of London
The only high-rise building in the area, Hexagon is located just a stone's throw from Covent Garden, the former greengrocer's halls that are now home to modern restaurants and some of the most cutting-edge fashion labels. Fans of live performances will be won over by this cultural hub - a veritable London Broadway - renowned throughout the world for its concerts and ballets that take place at the multitude of theatres surrounding the area, including Drury Lane Theatre and the Royal Opera House.
Beyond its covered market and theatres, Covent Garden is also one of the best-connected addresses in London: the underground station of the same name is served by the Piccadilly line, which offers direct access to Heathrow International Airport and Kings Cross St Pancras Eurostar station. The area is also accessible via Tottenham Court Road (Central, Northern and Elizabeth Lines) and Holborn (Piccadilly and Central Lines) stations. This strategic location in the heart of the West End (an urban area that includes Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Regent's Street and Bond Street) makes it one of London's most dynamic service centres for the luxury hotel sector (the Waldorf, the NoMad, the Savoy, the One Aldwych, the W London), retail, consultancy (McKinsey & Co.) and even tech with the offices of Google, Twitch or Spotify.
Hexagon offers its residents a unique experience, where refinement, exclusivity, service and comfort are at the heart of living in London.
Hexagon: an iconic building at an exceptional address
In this typically London landscape, where the pulse of the British capital beats, Hexagon stands almost like a beacon. A landmark building in Covent Garden, it has been designed by Squire and Partners (who designed the Bulgari Hotel in London, the Frames co-working space in Shoreditch and the Salvatore Ferragamo Hotel in Singapore) and features a vast ground floor retail unit, a lobby reserved exclusively for residents and 15 floors housing exceptional properties.
From the outside, Hexagon's ultra-modern architectural style is a real eye-catcher, with contemporary lines and facades that mix colours and high-end materials.
Inside the residence, the flats are an ode to design aesthetics and high-tech comfort. The Michaelis Boyd agency (who delivered the residences of the extraordinary rehabilitation of the Battersea Power Station in London, the Méridien Etoile in Paris and the Maison d'Estournel in Saint-Estèphe) have chosen to combine modern touches with quintessential English style. Ultra-contemporary and equipped with top-of-the-range equipment (LED lighting, induction hobs, wine cellar, etc.), the custom-made kitchen creates a convivial space which opens onto a vast living room, which despite its size is warmed by walls with soft earthy tones, ranging from nude clay to terracotta, to create a cosy atmosphere. The bedrooms are extended by a dressing room, shower rooms or bathrooms (underfloor heating, towel dryer, marble, designer baths and sinks, etc.) reminiscent of the suites in the trendiest London hotels.
As the visit progresses, it becomes clear that space and light are what unites this project, particularly highlighted by the immense bay windows that flood each flat or penthouse with extraordinary light, and which open onto terraces with unique and spectacular views.
Finally, the haute-couture soul of Hexagon is present in the premium concierge service dedicated to residents and provided by Qube Property Management.
Property development made-to-measure
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