Barratt London launched Wembley Park Gate, offering homes in a vibrant new neighbourhood.
Barratt London launched Wembley Park Gate yesterday – a new development of 211 new homes next to the iconic arch of Wembley Stadium on Olympic Way.
With the development no more than 400m from Wembley Park underground station, the location allows an easy commute to the West End and the city via the Jubilee and Metropolitan line underground connections.
Property correspondents for The Times, Carlow Lewis and Mark Bridge, described the development as one of the “top ten conversions and chic new developments” in London, stating Wembley Park Gate will be a residential development of interest.
Wembley Park Gate is part of London’s continuing changing skyline which is seeing the incorporation of residential towers and challenging London’s notorious office towers. Lewis and Bridge note how custom “disused offices and defunct hotels” are being converted into new homes as “developers look to capitalise on the high demand and low availability of housing across the capital.”
Wembley Park Gate is made up of one, two and three-bedroom apartments priced from £395,000. The majority of apartments at Wembley Park Gate will have a private balcony, and all residents will have access to the landscaped podium gardens located at level one on each of the development’s two nine-storey buildings, offering fantastic views over Wembley Stadium and across London. Other on-site amenities include a concierge service, residents’ fitness suite and two retail units earmarked for a café and convenience offer with undercroft parking available at an additional cost.
Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Director at Barratt London, said: “Wembley is one of the most exciting new neighbourhoods in London, but unlike other area’s undergoing significant regeneration its shops, restaurants and open spaces are already a reality not just a plan. Residents will be settling into a vibrant place that is known across the world for being at the epicentre of sports and entertainment. Given its excellent transport connections and the potential for capital growth, we expect Wembley Park Gate to attract first-time buyers looking for a shrewd purchase to get them on the housing ladder, professionals priced out of central London or people working locally as Wembley continues to expand.”