Native Residential open viewings for Ebb & Flow BTR

Build to Rent operator Native Residential has opened viewings for the Ebb & Flow development at Station Hill in Reading.

Ebb & Flow development, which Native Residential have now opened viewings for | BTR News
Ebb & Flow development, which Native Residential have now opened viewings for.

Situated on Station Hill, Native Residential’s Ebb & Flow development will offer a 24-hour concierge service and roof terraces that offer views of the rolling Chiltern Hills to residents. Residents also benefit from a range of community programmes and amenities including a cinema room, social spaces and fitness classes.

The £850m Station Hill mixed-use regeneration project is set on transforming the face of Reading and is being brought forward by Lincoln Property Company and MGT Investment Management. Both companies appointed Native Residential as the chosen operator for the development last month.

‘Ebb’, the first block of apartments to be available, will be ready for residents to move in from 1 August 2023. ‘Flow’, the second development, will be available from December 2023.

Living spaces at the scheme feature spacious kitchens, double height ceilings and bespoke furniture. Architects and interior designers at Vawdrey House have provided the interior design direction for the apartment furnishings.

“We’re truly delighted to launch the Ebb & Flow apartment buildings in the heart of Reading’s town centre. Our plan is to create a luxury living space for individuals, couples, and families to build their own community within the stunning Station Hill development. Reading is a truly thriving town, and we know these apartments will provide a happy home for young professionals and families looking to combine the best of both city and country living.”

Tony Bullen, Community Manager, Ebb & Flow

Ebb & Flow has been designed for those who want to benefit from the close-knit town environment and the beauty of the countryside and will become a hub for businesses, retail shops and restaurants. Once the development is complete, there will be two acres of public space and a walkway that will link the train station and North Reading to the town centre.

In addition to the abundance of leisure and cultural activities that Reading and Thames Valley have to offer, the Elizabeth Line – which this summer will have been open a year – connects Reading with London’s West End, Canary Wharf and East London quicker than ever before.

Earlier this year, Reading was named one of the best places to live in the country by The Sunday Times Magazine.