Olympic Apartments

Stratford, London

Completion: 2012

Pioneering architecture inspired by light, colour and water, this magnificent development occupies a fabulous location on the River Lea, just a 10 minute walk from the Olympic Park, and opposite 300 acres of open space.

The project was completed in 2012 and offers a range of apartments benefitting from private balconies, under-floor heating and video entry-phone systems, combined with an on-site gymnasium and dedicated concierge service.

Stratford

Local Area

Stratford has transformed dramatically over the past few years. The 2012 Olympic Games became the catalyst for Europe’s largest regeneration project with Stratford experiencing £12.5bn of private and public sector investment. Further exciting projects are on the horizon for Stratford including International Quarter London and East Bank.

With 150 underground stations within direct access, and the remainder within just one change, no station in the capital is more connected. From Stratford Station, the Central line will take you to The City and Central London in 11 and 19 minutes respectively.

Stratford is also home to one of the UK’s largest shopping centres; Westfield Stratford City, which opened in 2011. With anchor tenants such as John Lewis and M&S, it is a major attraction to tourists and London residents alike.

Distance

  • Oxford Circus: 19 minutes by tube
  • Canary Wharf: 4 minutes by DLR
  • The City: 11 minutes by tube
  • Heathrow Airport: 1 hour 10 minutes by car

Specifications

  • Landmark riverside development
  • All apartments feature a private balcony or terrace offering stunning views
  • Kitchens by London designer Urban Myth
  • Under-floor heating throughout
  • 24-hour concierge service
  • On-site residents gym
  • Under-floor heating throughout
  • Video entry phone systems
  • Private parking available
  • 10 year NHBC building guarantee

Investment Highlights

  • Stratford is one of East London’s primary retail, cultural and leisure centres.
  • Westfield Stratford – one of the UK’s largest shopping centres.
  • Less than 20 minutes from Central London by tube and internationally connected by Eurostar.
  • Upcoming launch of the Elizabeth line Crossrail services.
  • International Quarter London, a £2.1 billion scheme set to create up to 25,000 jobs.
  • East Bank, an innovative project set to include a new University College London campus and V&A museum space.
  • Close proximity to Canary Wharf - one of the main financial centres in the UK.