White City Living, W12

Hamptons are proud to be working with St James, part of Berkeley Group, as they create a new community in one of London’s most successful regeneration zones.

White City Living offers an experience like no other. With over 2,300 new homes set in eight acres of parks and gardens, surrounded by world-class retail, entertainment, education, culture and commerce. Adjacent to two Zone 2 Tube stations and less than 15 minutes from the West End.

At the heart of this new neighbourhood, is a unique opportunity to live beside the oriental water gardens, which flow through a landscape of hand-selected trees and plants, under elegant bridges, over cascades and waterfalls.


White City Living will also be home to a wide variety of shops, restaurants, cafés and bars that, alongside spaces for performances, markets and exhibitions, contribute to the overall sense of a thriving, dynamic new district.

The White City Opportunity Area is bringing 6,000 new homes and over 20,000 new jobs within the next five years. Some of the world’s greatest brands in retail, media and education are transforming the site. At the centre of all this lies White City Living by St James.


Located in West London, White City Living is surrounded by a vibrant collection of shops, bars, restaurants, leisure facilities and education opportunities. Right on your doorstep is Europe’s largest shopping centre. Westfield is home to over 300 stores, including a Luxury Village that is home to many of the world’s finest bands, over 60 restaurants and bars and 20 state-of-the art cinema screens.

Directly north, Imperial College is creating a 23 acre research campus. The university is constantly ranked as one of the world’s top 10 academic institutions and is at the cutting edge in a host of scientific fields. The new White City campus will be host to thousands of students, academics and researchers, alongside established businesses and start ups, pushing the boundaries of science and technology.

Television Centre, the home of BBC Worldwide, forms a major new business district dedicated to the creative industries including a 45-room hotel, White City House by Soho House and Bluebird Café among others. White City Living is just minutes away from Central London and perfectly positioned for access to international transport hubs via a range of direct links including two Underground stations (White City and Wood Lane) at the entrance to White City Living.