Last week marked the official launch of Apo Kew Bridge Build to Rent scheme – with a launch celebration event. Guests included the Mayor of Hounslow, Councillor Bishnu Gurung, members of local businesses and community groups, BTR News and the very first residents of the new development. The celebration was a night of live music, signature cocktails and entertainment, while guests soaked up the breathtaking views from the rooftop terraces.
Developed by EcoWorld London, Apo Kew Bridge is wrapped around the new premier league stadium home to Brentford Football Club and London Irish, at the heart of Brentford East’s evolving regeneration project. The scheme includes 487 Build to Rent homes across four buildings – a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments each with their own private balcony and modern interiors furnished by BoConcept. Prices for apartments start from £1,375 per month.
“We are delighted to celebrate the launch of Apo Kew Bridge, our second scheme, and showcase our fantastic amenities to our growing community of member residents. Our mission at Apo is to offer renters a real and authentic sense of community; we are all about inclusivity and putting the fun back into London living.”Matt Finch, Head of Asset Management, Apo
Apo is an innovative new London-based residential management company, which offers renters a ‘living’ style membership, co-created by its members and designed around flexible renting. Apo Kew Bridge members will have access to a selection of large communal rooftop terraces with cityscape views, the exclusive lounge The Nest, a state-of-the-art gym and wellness studio space, and The Local – a versatile members’ space for both co-working and no-working.
This is the second rental scheme for Apo to launch, following the successful launch of Apo Barking, their first Build to Rent scheme of 595 apartments in Barking, which launched in December 2020. The scheme benefitted from a partnership between Spike Global and flatfair, which provides a more streamlined rental experience to residents.