Soho Thirteen in Westminster
About Soho Thirteen
A spectacular collection of thirteen boutique apartments in the heart of Soho, each with an individual design and spacious open plan interiors.
Bond Street, Mayfair and Covent Garden are all just a short stroll away. And with four Underground stations less than a 10-minute walk away and the arrival of Crossrail in 2018, Soho 13 is exceptionally well connected. All homes at Soho 13 are now reserved.
Houses feature many of the following:
At Soho 13 you have easy access to some of London's, and indeed the world's, most well-renowned shops. Soho is a great place to browse some of London's most interesting boutiques. For flagship fashion, the best shopping can be found along Oxford Street and Regent Street.
Soho is also home to the world-famous top shop Hamley's and Liberty, the Tudor department store.
Soho is London's creative heart. Today you can find over 150 media, advertising and production companies in this magnetic quarter of central London.
A London education is held in the highest regard around the world, as are the city's many universities.
The London School of Economics was ranked second in the Complete University Guide to British Universities in 2013, while King's College is one of the largest centres for medical teaching and biomedical research in Europe. The University of Westminster is highly regarded in the fields of media, communications and journalism, and Imperial College London is a world leader in science, engineering, medicine and business.
Five tube lines serve four underground stations at Soho's four corners; Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. Rickshaws and taxis serve Soho's fun seekers late into the night, while the locals typically get around on foot. Crossrail, a new 118km railway line with two stations bordering Soho at Tottenham Court Road and Bond Street is Europe's largest infrastructure project and one of the next great evolutions in the capital.
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