The Cube, a unique and contemporary student accommodation in London, is part of a new wave of innovative developments in the capital. This coveted university housing in Greenwich, an area famous for having hosted the hugely-successful 2012 Olympic Games and the world-renowned O2 Arena, is the ideal home for students looking to combine luxury living with iconic surroundings steeped in history.
The University of Greenwich, which has more than 22,000 students, more than 20% of whom are international students, is just a 20-minute walk away from The Cube Greenwich.
Every aspect of the state-of-the-art development is designed to be affordably luxurious. The student studios are high specification, compact, and functional with up to 50Mbps WIFI. The kitchen features lacquered cabinetry, solid surface worktop with sink and fully integrated appliances including fridge, combination microwave oven, electric hob and extractor hood.
The elegant en-suite shower room boasts boutique styling including porcelain tiles and designer fittings, while elsewhere in the stylish student accommodation you will find high quality durable furniture including workstation with adjustable task chair, wardrobe units, bookcase, dining table and chairs.
There is free high speed Wifi and a wall-mounted flat screen smart TV.
The Cube is a practical choice for students looking to fuse the perks of living in luxury student accommodation London with the convenience of being situated close to their university of choice.
As well as being close to the University of Greenwich, other universities are also reachable by transport. The University of Cumbria London is only 10 minutes away in the car, while a 20-minute drive will get you to the University of East London, the Queen Mary University of London or the London South Bank University.
Add an extra five minutes and you can reach Kings College, University College London or London School of Economics, and a half-hour journey is enough to arrive at Coventry University London.
There is no shortage of places to check out. Tourists flock to the iconic National Maritime Museum, while London’s major central business district, Canary Wharf, is a five-minute drive away. Canary Wharf has some of Europe’s tallest buildings, including One Canada Square, which is the second tallest in Great Britain.
University of Greenwich
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University of East London
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University of Cumbria London
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