Brentford East regeneration project sees new residential development due to high demand – Show House

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Build-to-rent residential management company Apo has announced the completion of its second development, located in Kew Bridge.

Demand for urban rental properties continues to grow and Apo Kew Bridge has been designed to facilitate modern city living, offering “generously sized and stylish” apartments alongside a number of bespoke and responsive amenities and services to the residents.

The development is at the heart of the Brentford East regeneration project and adjoins the Gtech Community Stadium, home of Brentford FC and London Irish. The vision of the project is to create a vibrant area in West London that is home to a growing community of high street retailers, cafes and restaurants, just minutes from Kew Bridge station.

Apo Kew Bridge offers 487 rental units in four buildings, consisting of studios and one, two and three bedroom apartments, available both unfurnished and furnished by contemporary furniture design firm BoConcept.

Residents will also have access to a number of shared facilities including The Local – a work and social space, a state-of-the-art wellness studio, a gym and several large rooftop terrace areas.

Matt Finch, Director of Apo, said: “We are delighted to announce the full completion of our second rental program at Kew Bridge. Following the successful launch of our first site in Barking, we are proud to have created 1,082 new homes to be built in London over the past two years, meeting strong market demand while maintaining even higher expectations for quality and intuitive life services. .”

Investment in the UK build-to-let market continues to grow, recording an 11% increase in the first half of 2022. Apo Barking was fully let eight months ahead of target, while Apo Kew Bridge saw 60 % of apartments rented within eight weeks. of its launch. These positive figures reflect the current positive momentum in the build-to-let sector.

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