Our riverside Palace Wharf development in Fulham combines the best of industrial heritage with modern design and interiors – so what better way to demonstrate this than using an ultra-modern tool to capture aerial footage that showcases our seamless updating of the property.
We’ve taken a few snippets from our drone video shoot to give you a bird’s-eye view of the property and its surroundings.
With the drone travelling westwards over the Thames, we can see the five townhouses on the right (note the solar panels on the roof, boosting the building’s green credentials), and an apartment building on the left – complete with roof garden and period brickwork.
The two joggers along the bottom of the frame highlight a new stretch of the Thames Path that opened as part of our redevelopment – making it possible to walk along this section of river bank for the first time since Palace Wharf was built in 1907.
Here you get a sense of the panoramic view from the Palace Wharf roof garden – the camera sweeping away from Hammersmith Bridge in the west towards Putney and Wandsworth in the east – providing a glimpse of the WWT London Wetland Centre in between.
This view is accessible from the Palace Wharf penthouse apartment, though all of the riverside properties at Palace Wharf have access to a balcony.
The period brickwork from Palace Wharf’s past life as an early 20th century warehouse for imported marble is clearly seen in this rapidly departing drone shot that places the development within the context of the leafy, riverside quarters of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Where better to end the day with a cool drink on your balcony, as the setting sun gently dapples the surface of the river Thames?