The iconic Titanic ticket office is being turned into a fancy apartment complex. The former White Star Line HQ is having a major change and will now have room for a group of luxury apartments in London.
This beautiful 30,000 square-foot building located in Trafalgar Square was home to the White Star Line shipping company from 1906 to 1929, and allegedly was exactly where the company’s chairman first boasted that the ship was “unsinkable”.
The former London ticket office for the RMS Titanic, The Oceanic House building, is now being restored and converted into a seven-unit luxury apartment building, set to open this Spring.
As part of the remodel, the lobby of the complex will be designed to look like the interiors of early 20th-century ocean liners like the Titanic, and a scale model of the infamous ship will also be on display there, according to a press release.
The two, three and four-bedroom ocean liner-themed apartments will be between 1,679 and 5,447 square feet, and will feature oak parquet flooring and coffered ceilings.
The apartments start at $7 million and go up to $31 million for the duplex penthouse unit. A little pricey, but after all we’re talking about an iconic place with a lot of history and that soon we’ll have the best luxurious interiors to join the story.
Source: Luxury Listings
Images: Courtesy of Alex Lawrie
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