Slim and poised high above the busy streets and railway viaduct and with views to Crystal Palace and to St Paul’s Cathedral , the apartments in Gagarin Square’s ‘rocket’ provide circular living space tailored to each buyer’s preferences. A rocket is neither fat like a Gherkin, nor squat like Ken’s ‘glass testicle’, but an elegantly balanced structure, ideal for modern luxury living. The nine apartments, seemingly suspended in space, are located within the 18 residential floors of the tower, each with views to the Palace of Westminster to the west and Tower Bridge to the east. Residents will enjoy the experience of living above the arts centre and being only minutes away from the terrace café and ground floor restaurant. It is expected that some residents will also have their offices within Gagarin Square’s commercial space. Only minutes away from London Bridge Tube and Overground Station, these apartments allow easy access in and out of London, providing an extremely comfortable Central-London base.