Stairs in Progress - Manhattan Loft Gardens

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Smet Staircases has the honour to work together with Manhattan Loft Corporation Ltd. on their very prestigious project. Manhattan Loft Gardens is a double cantilevered tower with expansive living spaces, three sky gardens and a design hotel. It is harnessing the creativity and tech spirit of London while being Europe’s most ambitious residential tower.


Manhattan Loft Gardens is shaping the legacy of the Olympic Park and turning the area into a much more vibrant London district. It will not only lead the way for vertical high-rise living, but also create a new dialogue on how sustainable design can be brought into our cities and enrich their neighbourhoods.


At the lower levels there will be a 150-room, world-class hotel with on top of that a 34-story residential tower. The cherry on top of the pie will be the top-floor penthouse, which will have a unique feature piece staircase manufactured by Smet Staircases.


Designs have been agreed on by the Client and we will start production in the next couple of weeks, but we couldn’t wait to share this amazing project with you. Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter or follow our social media if you want future updates on this one-of-a-kind staircase with unbroken views across the urban landscape that is London.

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