Fresh properties at the heart of London’s largest regeneration project have been released onto the market.

Those hunting for everything from a studio pad to a three-bedroom penthouse might want to cast their gaze on south east London and Knight Dragon’s Greenwich Peninsula scheme.

The Lower Riverside district is intended to create “a vibrant close knit community atmosphere” through launches such as The Fulmar and The Waterman.

Sales and marketing director of Greenwich Peninsula Kerri Sibson said: “The launch of the new apartments at Greenwich Peninsula reflects the need for a wide range of homes consistent with creating a balanced new community.

“As the largest regeneration project in London, we want to create lively new districts where people can live, work and enjoy themselves, amid parks, gardens and 1.6 miles of unrivalled Thames river frontage.”

Rising to 10 storeys, The Fulmar sits within landscaped gardens. The 23 new homes boast floor-to-ceiling windows and an open plan layout with inset terrace.

There are also communal spaces for reading, bike storage and a roof terrace.

Meanwhile, 49 apartments are up for grabs at Waterman Tower and Waterman Gardens.

At 30 storeys it’s a more prominent part of the Lower Riverside skyline, offering corner balconies with views in two directions.

Interiors use built-in storage to maximise space while buyers can opt for one of two colour palettes by interior designers, Conran & Partners.

The building is capped by a twin level penthouse with three bedrooms, a library gallery and spacious private terrace with views across the Thames to Greenwich, the City and Canary Wharf.

The Waterman also provides a residents’ terrace, private work stations, wood-panelled residents club and cinema room.

Greenwich Peninsula is a joint venture with the GLA and will ultimately provide leisure and cultural facilities, offices, new schools and community and health services alongside housing.

North Greenwich Tube and the Emirates Air Line are a short stroll away. The Tube connection means just one stop on the Jubilee Line before Wharfers arrive on the estate.

Prices start at £300,000 for a studio at The Fulmar and £387,500 for a one-bed at The Waterman, rising to £1.95million for the penthouse.

Go to greenwichpeninsula.co.uk or call the Greenwich Peninsula sales suite on 020 3713 6153.