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69 71 Bondway

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Status  Approved
Floor count  50
Height  170 m
Architecture firm  Kohn Pedersen Fox
Other designer  Donatella Versace
Roof  170m
Main contractor  Lend Lease Group
Floors  50
Completed  2020
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Location  Nine Elms, London, England
Other designers  Donatella Versace (interiors)
Similar  King Edward Tower, Newfoundland Quay, Maine Tower, 40 Leadenhall Street, Principal Place

69-71 Bondway (currently styled as AYKON London One) is an approved 50-storey 170 metre high building to be built in Nine Elms, London, England.


There will be 360 apartments. The interiors will be designed by Donatella Versace.

The apartments went on sale on 21 July 2015, with all the Thames-side apartments having been "pre-sold". Prices start at £711,000 for a studio.

Planning history

In November 2013 KPF announced a proposal for new building to be called "New Bondway" featuring two connected towers of 50 stories and 23 stories featuring 450 flats, 3,700m2 of office space and 1,000m2 of shops. The planning application to the London Borough of Lambeth is 14/00601/FUL.


The original joint developers of Citygrove Securities plc and McLaren Property Ltd sold the project to DAMAC in June 2015.


In August 2016, it was announced that DAMAC had awarded the building contract to Lendlease with a value of £200m.


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