Live, work and play at Wembley Park

  • Revitalised Wembley Park drawing in visitors and residents alike
  • Developer Quintain creating a community as well as a skyline
  • Pienna Apartments available from just £375,000

Wembley Park is rapidly becoming one of London’s most desirable residential districts. Extensive revitalization by London-based property developer Quintain has given the area a brand new lease of life with Londoners flocking to live, work and play in Wembley Park.

Quintain’s COO James Saunders comments:

“When we began redeveloping Wembley Park we knew that this was going to be a huge project. It’s about so much more than just constructing buildings – it is about creating a community, a place where people want to spend their time. Of course, it’s also about building beautiful residences that enhance the skyline of this world-class city.”

Wembley Park has long been a popular destination for day visitors, thanks to its sporting and music venues, but adding soul to the area and developing it into somewhere that Londoners would want to spend their evening and leisure time was an ambitious undertaking. The goal has been to create a community where people want to live, work and play and that is precisely what Quintain is achieving.

Helen Chan purchased a studio apartment in Wembley Park’s Forum House when it launched. She also owns a shop with a long lease in London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park’s shopping and leisure complex.

Helen bought the apartment as an investment to rent out and has been delighted with the purchase. She lets it via Wembley Park Residential, Quintain’s dedicated letting team subsidiary. The team has already completed more than 500 lets across the Quadrant Court and Forum House buildings. To date, Helen hasn’t had a single void period for her apartment.

When London Designer Outlet launched, Helen purchased a unit in order to open bubble tea outlet Chaboba. Serving a handful of selected Asian fast food dishes, as well as the popular Taiwanese bubble tea, Chaboba is thriving and Helen is thrilled that she opted for both a commercial and a residential investment in Wembley Park.

The area’s combined appeal is precisely what Quintain has been so keen to achieve. Wembley Park has been transformed from a destination just to visit into a bustling community that is attracting permanent residents and workers from across London and beyond. With excellent transport facilities and local amenities ranging from top restaurants to cultural attractions and retail outlets, Wembley Park really does have everything one could wish for.

Those seeking a home in the fantastic new Wembley Park can purchase a one bedroom apartment from £375,000 or a two bed from £495,000 at the recently launched Pienna Apartments, which form part of Quintain’s Alto Apartments . On-site benefits include a 24-hour concierge service and residents-only gym complete with studio room and spa treatment rooms. As well as stylish, contemporary interiors, most apartments also enjoy their own private outdoor space or balcony.