The development is currently on site and practical completion of the site is forecasted for February 2020. Once complete this will become the tallest building in the immediate vicinity and become a focal point within Wembley for young families and professionals a like.
Since 2002, Wembley has benefited from major investment in regeneration. The most relevant in retail terms is the development of Wembley Central which provided new station facilities, 273 residential units, a hotel, as well as mainstream retail and leisure facilities. The development was completed in three phases, phase one being the TK Maxx and Sports Direct (formerly Somerfield), completed in 2009; phase two was the new Tesco, completed in 2012; phase 3 was the Travelodge hotel, completed in 2014.
Wembley High Road is the main thoroughfare running through the town centre directly from the station. High Road is occupied by well-known national retailers such as:
- Holand & Barrett
Practical completion of the development is forecasted for February 2020.
The units are to be handed over in ‘Shell Specification’ with capped services.
A variety of uses will be considered.
Each party is to be responsible for their own professional costs incurred in the transaction.
The town is connected to the London Underground via Bakerloo line to central London and Overground railway services north to Harrow and Watford and south to Clapham Junction and Croydon. Wembley Central station serves the new National Stadium and Wembley Arena, both of which are situated within approximately 15 minutes walking distance. The town centre is well connected by road via the A40 and A406 North Circular Road, which in turn provide links to the M1, M25 and M40 motorways.
|Basement||4,799 sq ft|
|Unit 1 Ground Floor||2,640 sq ft|
|Unit 2 Ground Floor||1,836 sq ft|
To be reassessed upon occupation