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01 / March / 2017

Shanghai launch of Fifty Seven East

Launching from 11am on Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th March – The Langham Hotel, Shanghai.

Including exclusive talks on the London Market 2017 forecast and HSBC Mortgages at 2pm on Saturday and 2.30pm Sunday. Register Now with Effie Chia - effie.chia@cushwake.com

FiftySevenEast is a unique collection of eighty three luxury one, two and three bedroom contemporary apartments, starting from £470,000. The development has been meticulously crafted with every feature carefully considered, resulting in a perfect fusion of luxury, innovation and originality.

·         Adjacent to Dalston Kingsland Station

·         Fourteen storey tower with London skyline views*

·         Communal roof terrace*

·         Zone 2 location

·         Concierge

·         Cycle into the city in under 10 minutes*

The Development

A collection of 83 one, two and three bedroom apartments for private sale, located in a 15 storey tower. A separate 5 storey building fronting the high street will incorporate 15 affordable intermediate units. There is A1 commercial space on the ground floor.

Location

Fifty Seven East is located at 51-57 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, E8 2JS. It can be accessed from Kingsland High Street and Boleyn Road. It is adjacent to Dalston Kingsland railway station and close proximity to Dalston Junction railway station.

 

For further information please contact effie.chia@cushwake.com


*Details and prices are correct at time of broadcast. Computer generated images are for illustrative purposes only. Communal roof terrace subject to planning. Skyline views are plot specific. Timings are approximate from FiftySevenEast to the City edge [Source: Google]


By Imogen Miller Tags: New Development, Launch, Shanghai, China, Fifty Seven East, Dalston, Taylor Wimpey Category: Global
Tags: Launch , Shanghai , China , Fifty Seven East , Dalston , Taylor Wimpey
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