Skyline Worldwide continues to go from strength to strength, as demonstrated by the serviced apartment provider’s announcement of the mid-July opening of Carlow House, a new development situated in the midst of the area where the Camden Town King’s Cross / Euston and Regent’s Park districts meet.
Carlow House, a former Edwardian-era warehouse converted to loft-style living and embodying a 1930s Art Deco theme, creates a particularly cool and stylish ambience intended to provide a stimulating yet relaxing environment for corporate travellers. The studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments are centred about an impressive four storey atrium beneath a domed roof. This notable feature, as well as the apartments, were designed by the award-winning Rabih Hage architectural studio.
Located in the largest area of urban regeneration in Europe, within easy reach of the Euston and King’s Cross rail transport hubs, Carlow House by Skyline boasts a privileged position, being just eight minutes from the extensive greenery of Regent’s Park and five minutes from Oxford Street’s wealth of shopping opportunities.
The CEO of Skyline Worldwide Serviced Apartments, Thiago Hahn, said, “We are always delighted to announce a new development, but are particularly so on this occasion as the location of Carlow House is the prestigious and vibrant district at the edge of Regent’s Park and Camden Town, within reach of the King’s Cross portal into Europe. With this latest addition to our portfolio, Skyline has taken a major step towards becoming one of the largest serviced apartment operators in London over the next 2 years”.
In recent months Skyline also opened Charrington Tower and Lincoln Plaza properties, both located in London. Clearly signalling the company’s determination to expand throughout the capital.