UK firms to launch new real estate development
The high-flier developments are Royal Arsenal Riverside, 250 City Road and 375 High Street Kensington, all located in London, United Kingdom.
The launch of these properties in Nigeria is midwifed between a Nigeria’s leading property adviser and real estate investment company, Wrothams Windsor and a UK’s top property developer, The Berkeley Group.
Known as Waterfront II, Royal Arsenal Riverside boasts of 205 Manhattan apartments as well as an exciting range of one, two and three-bedroom properties and penthouses. The project is situated on the banks of the River Thames, with over 1km of river-walk and favorably positioned close to the proposed four-acre Waterfront Park, which would establish a green link from the River Thames to the forthcoming Cross-Rail station and Woolwich town centre.
250 City Road, described as the ‘most talked-about’ London residential destination of 2015, is situated in North East London.
Designed by one of the most innovative and acclaimed architectural practices of the decade, Foster + Partners, 250 City Road delivers the optimum place to live and work.
Situated in the heart of one of London’s most vibrant areas and very close to the City and the capital’s tech and creative quarters, this landmark scheme lays the foundations for an enduring new community.
Upon completion, the scheme will comprise 930 homes, built by Berkeley Homes, a 190 bed four-star hotel, office and retail space, all set amid breath-taking architecture conceived to complement the existing surroundings.
Similarly, the third development, 375 Kensington High Street, which offers the height of luxury living in a highly sought-after neighborhood is located at one of London’s most fashionable addresses, St Edward’s prestigious development.
This anticipated development by the leading London developer has been uniquely designed to complement its regal surroundings, which include Kensington Palace, the Royal Albert Hall and the Victoria and Albert Museum. The area is renowned for its Royal Parks and Michelin star restaurants, while famous former residents including Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Beatrix Potter have helped Kensington earn its reputation for culture and art.
When complete, 375 Kensington High Street will comprise of more than 500 homes including apartments and penthouses, and will transform this corner of the Capital into a flourishing new community.
According to Director of International Properties, Wrothams Windsor, Mr. Adam Jones, “Berkeley Homes is a unique developer that seamlessly combines historic and contemporary buildings. The launch of these three developments highlights Berkeley’s commitment to developing brand new, modern buildings, which bring high-quality and stylish design to the London Landscape. What sets apart these developments is the prime location that they command, giving clients amazing upside in the long run.”
The Berkeley Group is made up of five autonomous companies including St George, St James, Berkeley, St Edward and St William, which are all publicly-owned and listed on the London Stock Exchange as a FTSE 250 company.
Since 1976, The Berkeley Group has been successfully building homes and neighborhoods across London and the South East of England.
According to the development company, its vision is to have an “all-encompassing business strategy of the Berkeley Group, drawing focus to five key areas: customers, homes, places, operations and people. It is through this framework that we have become a world-class business; voted Britain’s Most Admired Company across all industries in 2011 and House builder of the Year from 2010 to 2012.”
Wrothams Windsor is one of the country’s leading investment, development and advisory firms, made famous by our bold approach in bringing new products to market. Headquartered in London, with offices in West Africa, WW believes in bringing global real estate products to local markets, which have previously been out of reach.
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