Ten Trinity Square, the former home of the Port of London Authority, is highly regarded as one of Britain’s finest buildings. Built in the 1920’s for an astronomical sum of £1million its classical façade pays homage to its trade links with a sculpture of Old Father Thames adorning the roof and holding his trident and pointing East depicting the trade between nations. Today, Chinese investor Reignwood, has entered into a new phase for the building, converting it into platinum luxury apartments.
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