The Build to Rent scheme at Chesterfield House was delivered in partnership with Bridges Fund management. The site was completed by Henry Construction – and has now been handed back to Realstar, a real estate investment and management company who will operate the scheme under its UNCLE brand.
Designed by architects Maccreanor Lavington, the scheme has 239 Build to Rent apartments across two buildings – 21 storeys and 26 storeys high. There’s a seven-storey building connecting the two main blocks which frames the ground floor level public square. The public square includes seating, planting and paved areas, and a public walkway between the building provides access to potential future development phases behind High Road.
“The new development brings 239 exemplar Build to Rent homes to Wembley under the UNCLE brand, including extensive public realm and retail from which the whole community will benefit.
“Not only is the project a fantastic new asset for the area, it is also an architecturally superb building that we believe represents a real step-change in quality for Wembley and acts as a regeneration marker for the High Road.”Alex Hall, Senior Development Manager, HUB
Amenities include a rooftop terrace, BBQ area, an indoor three-point basketball court, a Zen Zone incorporating an InHere meditation studio, and a fitness study with a TRX and Technogym equipment. Apartments come unfurnished or furnished – which are provided by Danish brand Bo Concept.
“As we now look ahead to delivering Wembley Link, HUB’s second development in the revitalisation of Wembley High Road, we would like to thank the people of Wembley for their crucial input during consultation for Chesterfield House.
“Since day one, HUB has worked closely with local people to secure the best outcome for everyone – and we believe that UNCLE Wembley represents just that.”Alex Hall, Senior Development Manager, HUB
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