10 Trinity Square
Historic living in the Central Business District of London
10 Trinity Square, one of London's most distinctive landmarks, is a luxurious mixed development comprising a hotel, luxury residences and an exclusive members' club. Designed by Sir Edwin Cooper and built by John Mowlen and Company in 1922, this historical building used to be the headquarters of the Port London Authority (PLA). As a renowned London landmark, 10 Trinity Square is often a stopping point for the Rolls-Royces of royalty and dignitaries, including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.