A stroll-away from the River Thames, the luxurious development of apartments is uniquely positioned between vibrant Covent Garden and the City. The surrounding streets with a rich and colourful history have inspired the greatest British writers including Shakespeare, Dickens – who was a resident of the area – and Pepys, making this London’s literary and intellectual heart as well as the Royal Opera House and plethora of theatres. And not to be forgotten restaurants such as Balthazar, Spring at Somerset House, Holborn Dining Room at the Rosewood Hotel and The Delaunay serves the area with many fine-dining opportunities.
Lincoln Square sits within walking distance of many of London’s finest and oldest educational institutions.
London School of Economics is located just on the doorstep of Lincoln Square. King’s College London, the fourth oldest university in the UK is just five minutes away, whilst University College London in Bloomsbury is within 20 minutes from Lincoln Square. A number of London’s best primary and secondary schools such as St Paul’s Cathedral School, City of London School for Boys and Girls are also within easy walking distance.
Lincoln Square is adjacent to the Royal Court of Justice and a short walk from 50 barristers’ chambers and London’s four prestigious Inns of Court, which have been nurturing young legal minds since the 14th Century.
Many international firms recruiting the brightest young talents have set up their headquarters here too, including Deloitte and Freshfields, along with major banks and financial services companies such as Coutts, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch.
Just a ten minute walk from Lincoln Square, the cobblestones of Covent Garden with its historic market square, world famous opera house and endless places to shop, eat and drink makes it one of Londoners favourite leisure spots. Luxury boutiques include Chanel, Dior, Tom Ford and many more. While the finest restaurants such as Frenchie and Petersham set along Michelin starred chef institutions like Café Murano by Angela Hartnett.