Nestled between the prestigious west London postcodes of Knightsbridge and Hyde Park, the 86 residential flats come at a price only the world’s wealthiest can afford.
Developed and designed by Candy & Candy, and after four years in construction, prices are said to start at around £6.5 million, rising up to the mind-boggling figure of £150 million for penthouses.
With 86 flats on the market, the men behind the development, Nick and Christian Candy, will be hoping to reach out to those whose wealth transcends the global recession. Rumours that the brothers have already sold 60% of the properties remain unconfirmed but promising.
The specifications are suitably luxurious, including living rooms carpeted in Chinese silk rugs, triple-glazed sliding doors and an air-con system operated by geothermal boreholes concealed below street level.
Residents can also call on valets, a concierge and butler room service from the next-door Mandarin Oriental hotel's two restaurants, overseen by world-renowned chefs Heston Blumenthal and Daniel Boulud.
Also located in the development, and available for use by all residents, are a cinema, a 21m swimming pool, saunas, a gym, a golf simulator, and a wine cellar.