Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
This 3 bedroom apartment in WH Coghlan is your perfect option to live with more space and independence. Each property has 3 bedrooms, a dressing room, a living room, 2 bathrooms, a powder room, an ironing room, a bathroom, and balcony.
WH Coghlan is an exclusive housing and workspace complex developed by Saltum and designed by Aisenson Studio.
Located on the corner of 3400 Washington Street and with an imposing 90m facade, this 5-story development specially designed for living, sharing and working can be perfect for you.
WH stands out due to its functional architecture and minimalist spaces inspired by a European, sober and modern style. In harmony with the surroundings, its pure volumes and straight lines accentuate the horizontality of the building, fitting perfectly with the balance of this traditional neighborhood.
WH has the advantage of being a mixed building: it has residences, offices, and commercial premises.
• This means that everyone can be part of the WH experience, either as residents or leading a professional life.
• All areas are independent. The homes and offices are in different spaces within the building complex.
• Commercial premises complete the complex, without interfering with the private areas.
WH has 915 m2 distributed in spacious and comfortable common areas.
• WH has a pool, solarium, gym, and multipurpose room.
Pool and Solarium
A space to share unique experiences and enjoy the open skies and the green areas that Coghlan has to offer. The pool and solarium invite to develop small rituals of resting and pleasure in the middle of our daily routines.
Well-being is the protagonist of this space dedicated to fitness and recreational activities. It has exercise machines, classrooms and equipment to strengthen the body and take care of the mind.
A design corner, warm and comfortable, located on the 6th floor. Thought about to have guests over, to have meetings, to share and to celebrate with the comfort of a home.
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