Hexagon, a new luxury residential project, is set to define modern London living.

Hexagon will offer stylish apartments that are designed to be spacious modern sanctuaries with spectacular scenic views of the city skyline. The interiors are designed by London-based Michaelis Boyd, the renowned designers behind the SoHo House outposts and the Groucho Club. Hexagon is listed by Savills and BNP Parabias Real Estate UK.

The development, a former office tower, is a unique hexagon shape and sits on Parker Street. It is the first residential project in London by developers BNP Paribas Real Estate, and is expected to be a stunning addition to Central London after undergoing a complete rejuvenation.

The building, located in the heart of Central London, will be expanded to add two floors at the top, offering a total of 59 apartments. There will be 46 private one, two and three-bedroom units and 13 homes, with two-bedroom apartments starting at €1.65 million, or roughly $1.8 million.

Hexagon will offer residents easy access to the city’s greatest culinary options, theater performances and shopping boutiques. The residence will also offer a hotel-style concierge to provide tailored services to owners.