Long Harbour celebrates launch of The Sessile BTR scheme

Long Harbour celebrated the opening of The Sessile Build to Rent development in Tottenham Hale, from the rooftop Orangery.

To celebrate the launch of The Sessile, Long Harbour hosted a showcase evening of the scheme | BTR News
To celebrate the launch of The Sessile, Long Harbour hosted a showcase evening of the scheme. Image credit: Alex Merz Photography.

Specialist real estate investment, development and management firm – Long Harbour – hosted a celebration at The Sessile Build to Rent development in Tottenham Hale with an evening of cocktails, live jazz music and networking, to mark the new opening.

The occasion was celebrated in The Sessile’s impressive rooftop Orangery boasting unique interiors and panoramic views across London.

Attendees included Knight Frank, Savills, JLL, CBRE and Cushman and Wakefield, alongside guests from the BPF, Quintain, Litchfields and figures from the local community and partners.

Celebrating years of collaboration between multiple involved parties, guests were given tours of the new amenity spaces at The Sessile, from the vinyl room to the yoga studio, and the new short-stay guest suites.

Following the launch of The Gessner in 2021, The Sessile is the second phase of development by Long Harbour in Tottenham. The scheme includes 310 homes ranging from studios to three-bedroom apartments that are available both furnished and unfurnished.

Managed by Way of Life, The Sessile Build to Rent scheme reflects the operator’s experience-led offering. The development has been carefully designed for life and leisure with amenities that help foster connection.

To nurture community and uplift residents, Way of Life have partnered with local creatives and wellbeing partners to devise a bespoke programme of events, talks, workshops and classes.

“We are excited to celebrate the progress made at The Sessile, which has been delivered to an outstanding standard by our development team, partners and contractor partners with great amenities and interior design.

“Managed by Way of Life, we are excited to see the building stabilise and see an active events and cultural programme for the local community and the community within our buildings. This was a great opportunity to bring together many of the partners and stakeholders involved in our projects as we continue to build out our multifamily portfolio in London.”

Rebecca Taylor, Managing Director, Long Harbour

Uniting market leading expertise across a range of assets classes, Long Harbour generates attractive returns for investors whilst seeking to create buildings of lasting value through thoughtful design and exemplary stewardship. 

The company’s approach to asset management is to make a positive impact in the communities in which it operates, whilst delivering long-term value to its investors through platform based, thematic strategies. 

Long Harbour currently employs c. 400 staff across its offices in the UK, Europe and the US.