The rise of the technology sector around Silicon Roundabout has not only had a commercial impact – helping to grow Tech City into a genuine challenger to Silicon Valley in the appeal for global talent – but it has also driven growth in the area’s booming residential market.

This spring, work begins on the Atlas Building, which will rise 152 metres above City Road, making it the tallest tower in Tech City. The mixed-use scheme, which is being developed by private property development and investment firm Rocket Investments, will include a dramatic 40-storey residential tower (pictured), a ten-storey office building, as well as a new public piazza and retail space.

With a commanding silhouette and spectacular cityscape views across the City and the West End, the tower will be a collection of 302 apartments, including studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses – all with either a private balcony or terrace.

As well as highly-specified homes, the development will offer residents hotel-style amenities and services, including a gym, spa, swimming pool, 24-hour concierge and security and a private residents’ lounge.

The bold design by award-winning international architectural practice Make Architects aptly responds to the spirit of innovation that is transforming this part of London. With further growth and regeneration predicted, the Atlas Building offers the chance to invest – or indeed live – in one of the capital’s most vibrant areas.

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