On Friday 27th October 2017, the Royal London Lancaster Hotel saw host to the UK Property Awards where Galliard Homes picked up an astounding three awards! Galliard won in three categories: Residential High Rise Architecture for Baltimore Tower, Mixed-Use Development for The Stage and Residential Development Award for Crescent House.
The International Property Awards is a global programme celebrating the highest level of achievement for all sectors in the property industry. Founded in 1995, the programme has since grown to cover many different countries. In 2005, the Daily Mail UK Property Awards were launched and is now considered as the most prestigious recognition that a property developer could receive.
Decided by an expert panel of independent judges – from members of the House of Lords to renowned designers and experienced architects – the diverse panel of judges is formed of the industries finest and most knowledgeable.
Winner of the Residential High Rise Architecture Award
Just a 10-minute walk from Canary Wharf, and designed with a distinctive visual twist, Baltimore Tower is nothing less than remarkable. Leading architects Skidmore, Owings and Merill have created yet another impeccable piece of architecture to add to their portfolio of experience. The visual illusion of the tower is due to each glass outer ring slightly shifting at every level by minute degrees, this also creates solar shading at all levels. Baltimore Tower sits 450ft above Canary Wharf’s iconic skyline, striking glass-fronted walls ensure copious amounts of natural light enter and provide residents with breathtaking views. The intricate exterior is matched by high-class interiors and exclusive facilities. This innovative building is the second phase of Galliard Homes’ Baltimore Wharf development.
Winner of the Mixed-Use Development Award
Located in the heart of Shoreditch, The Stage is a joint venture with Cain Hoy, McCourt, Vanke and The Estate Office Shoreditch and will see home to a 37-storey tower housing 412 apartments, designed by Perkins+Will. It will feature a sky lounge and five-star facilities, including a residents’ bowling alley and cinema. At the centre of the development will be a public piazza, which is anticipated to be one of London’s largest and will be surrounded by two striking office buildings, The Hewett and The Bard, along with multiple retail and leisure units. Meanwhile, the archaeological remains of Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre which date back to 1577 will be preserved beneath the site for residents and visitors to explore. Combining history with modern luxury, The Stage is set to redefine East London as a new cultural landmark.
Winner of the Residential Development Award
Just a seven minute walk from Clapham Common station, Crescent House is conveniently located for residents to enjoy the 220 acres of green space at nearby Clapham Common. A beautifully elegant development, Crescent House has been restored, keeping its traditional Edwardian architecture which is further enhanced by arched windows and feature brickwork. This gated development accommodates 36 apartments and two luxury penthouses. Bespoke interiors create a sophisticated and stylish look, keeping in line with contemporary trends. The grand manor house style of Crescent House ensures that this fashionable SW4 address will always impress.