Situated within striking distance of much that makes London tick, Forset Court residents will find themselves faced with almost unlimited options. 'The building is in a prime Zone 1 location just a few hundred metres from Marble Arch, Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Mayfair,' says Alex Finch, director of Jones Lang LaSalle. 'There are excellent transport connections, so a wealth of London's other attractions and amenities are, in a sense, right on the doorstep.' He points to the city's world-class shopping, entertainment, dining and leisure choices. Many are centred in the nearby West End, where one can find the department stores, boutiques and brand-name outlets of Oxford and Regent Streets or the haute couture, galleries and specialist stores of Bond Street and Mayfair. Turning in any direction from Marble Arch it is possible to find a host of drinking and dining choices. These begin with the local bars and restaurants of Edgware, Marylebone and Bayswater, representing an eclectic mix of cuisines, cultures and lifestyles. 'For most people, the West End of London is a destination for retail, leisure and cultural activities,' Finch says. 'But for the privileged few, it is also a place to call home.' Highlighting the ease of transport connections, he notes that Forset Court residents have a selection of underground stations serving different lines, within short waking distance. If going to work, they can be in areas such as the City or Canary Wharf in less than 30 minutes. If studying, the trip to Imperial College or the London School of Economics is similarly fast. And, if heading further afield for business or leisure, the links to London's airports and main line rail stations are direct and efficient. As a contrast to the pace and pulse of the city, Forset Court also has its very own 'back garden' - the magnificent green expanse of Hyde Park. 'With its meadows, horse rides, boating lake and the Serpentine Lido, it is one London's largest open spaces,' Finch says.