It’s been a busy year for Lillie Square in the press, and a range of publications have been following our story, inspired by the latest opportunity to be part of the new Earls Court.
The May launch of the latest collection of homes, Seven Lillie Square, took centre stage in Metro’s Launch Pad section as a key example of lateral living. The views over the new garden square and Lost River Park proved popular with MoveTo London, with Seven Lillie Square selected as a leading example in their top new homes round-up.
With good weather in full swing, outdoor living and open space set the tone in the media over spring and summer. Tatler, Vogue, GQ and House & Garden explored how London’s property developers are increasingly recognising the importance of green space in creating new communities – Lillie Square’s abundance of landscaping and collaboration with Andy Sturgeon was a top pick.
June also played host to Open Garden Squares Weekend, an annual event celebrating the best garden squares across the capital. Country Life’s in-depth look at this defining feature of London selected Lillie Square as a prime example of a modern development drawing on the design principles of the garden square. Meanwhile, Lillie Square also made the cut in Metro’s round-up of the most exciting developments with communal gardens, with reference to the new garden square address.
Earls Court as a prime London neighbourhood continued to capture the world media’s attention well into 2017. Metro showcased Earls Court as attractive for buyers who want the convenience of a central location without the premium prices of neighbouring areas. Meanwhile, a little further afield, Earls Court took pride of place in a feature by UAE title, Gulf News, on London’s most exciting regeneration hotspots.
The growing trend for hotel-style residents’ facilities has also been a hot topic this year, kick-started by The Times Bricks & Mortar back in January which included Lillie Square’s impressive range of residents’ facilities. This set the tone for much of the year, with growing excitement ahead of the much-anticipated opening of the Residents’ Clubhouse this August. Metro described the Lillie Square Clubhouse as setting “a new standard.”