Greenwich is a historic and culturally rich area of London with an abundance of green space. It is also a fine place to visit for entertainment, food and drink. Geographically, Greenwich sits on the southern banks of the River Thames, just south of Docklands and Canary Wharf.
Featuring numerous well-known tourist attractions like the Royal Museum’s Greenwich Collection, Greenwich Park and the University of Greenwich, Greenwich is also home to the world’s biggest Live concert venue, The O2 Arena.
Greenwich was granted Royal Borough status in 2012, cementing its reputation as a splendid London landmark.
Thanks to the Greenwich Peninsula regeneration project, Greenwich is now in the throes of becoming London’s ultimate village destination. The Greenwich Peninsula will be big, eclectic and original, offering 15 000 new homes that range from studios to lofts to penthouses, a true testament to modern architecture. Combined with food, culture, art and music, there will be lots to explore in this exciting region. New landmarks include Upper and Lower Riverside, Brickfields, Design District, Parkside, Meridian Quays and Peninsula Central.
The modern day fusion of the old alongside the new, makes owning property in Greenwich a highly worthwhile investment.