Riverstone has acquired a 142-apartment building on London’s King’s Road from St William – part of the Berkeley Group.
The residence will be its fourth, following sites in Kensington, Fulham and Hampstead. It is building a network of communities in central London that focus on health and wellbeing.
Riverstone King’s Road has been designed by Bowler James Brindley and will include a restaurant, bar, club room, library, swimming pool and spa, a gym, an exercise studio, espresso bar and cinema. It will have rooftop and courtyard gardens designed by landscape designer Andy Sturgeon.
Amenities will form part of The Riverstone Club, which provides residents with access to all its residences across the capital.
The Good Care Group will provide care and support for residents if needed, from weekly personal assistance to 24-hour live-in care.
‘The acquisition of our fourth residence at King’s Road continues to build on the momentum Riverstone has had in 2022, from the acquisition of our third site in Hampstead at the beginning of the year to welcoming our first residents at Riverstone Kensington and Riverstone Fulham,’ said Martin Earp, Riverstone chief executive officer.
‘Riverstone is establishing itself as a provider of exceptional residences in prime central London and central to our ethos is creating places where people continue to live active, independent, and sociable lives.’
Riverstone has forward purchased the site, for an undisclosed sum, and plans to welcome residents in 2026. There will be a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses.
Knight Frank advised St William.