The scheme marks Audley's inaugural London retirement village and is the first in Apache Capital's senior living pipeline.
Nightingale Place, located next to Clapham South tube station and overlooks Clapham Common, comprises 94 luxury one- to three-bedroom apartments, as well as a number of penthouses.
Side garden of retirement village Nightingale Place
The development also contains on-site services focused on wellbeing, and a 17,000 sq ft Audley Club, which will be open to residents and the wider community once social distancing measures allow it.
Facilities at the Audley Club include a library, restaurant and bar, cinema, swimming pool and luxury health club.
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Image of Nightingale Place' bar and bistro area
Construction of the project was managed by McLaren Construction, which was appointed in 2018 in a £51m build contract.
The first owners are due to move in May this year.
Front view of Nightingale Place
Homes are still available and prospective owners can be given virtual tours and conduct video calls with the sales team to talk through their options in more detail.
Kevin Shaw, managing director of development at Audley Group, said: “In the current climate, the support we can provide has been invaluable to our owners, from shopping for them and visits from our wonderful carers if needed, to a strong programme of virtual activities and entertainment.”
Ben Pile, investment director and head of senior living at Apache Capital Partners, added: “What we have delivered with Audley will raise the bar for retirement villages in London, and we will continue to expand our presence in senior living and deliver further high-quality schemes.”