Published: 01/01/2020Developer: BMOR
Interior Designer: House Nine
Contractor: EHA Group
Status: Completed & Sold Out
Development mix: 31 private studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments
Basking in the glory of Peckham being the named best place to live in London by The Sunday Times, the Catcher Building is a outstanding design-lead development boasting this fantastic penthouse that more than live up to SE15’s illustrious reputation. Set back from Rye Lane, this new build addition to Peckham's neighbourhood enjoys a specification that sets the bar for modern city living. From the stylishly designed kitchens and bathrooms to the engineered oak flooring, every detail of the apartment has been carefully considered to deliver the very best living experience.
While there’s no doubt Peckham’s star is shining brightly across the media, it’s wrong to call it the new Shoreditch or Dalston. Peckham has always been its own master. While it’s certainly taken the crown of London’s ‘most exciting hot spot’ from its friends north of the river, the area’s bohemian culture isn’t something that has been thrust upon it. Since the 1890s, The South London Gallery and Camberwell College of Arts have been quietly nurturing the area’s artistic credentials. It’s just today, the secret of its eclectic supporting cast of great bars, restaurants and cafés are getting the acclaim they deserve.
Immaculately interior designed, The Catcher Building perfectly marries Peckham Rye’s dynamic and vibrant character with a thoroughly modern sleekness.
Set back from Rye Lane, this new build addition to the development enjoys a specification that sets the bar for modern city living. From the stylishly designed kitchens and bathrooms to the engineered oak flooring, every detail of the spacious apartments has been carefully considered to deliver the very best living experience.
"This development proposal located on a thriving , bustling high street in Peckham, East London, consists of three main main components. Conversion of an existing 3 storey office building to 1 bed studio apartments, a new rooftop vertical extension and a new build element to the rear containing a mix of 2 and 3 bedroom apartments."