Work is progressing on a new landmark 95-home residential development in Nottingham, situated opposite Nottingham Forrest Football Club.
Developed by Elevate Property Group, Trent Bridge Quays is currently within its first phase, with 80% of the units already sold to buyers.
The complex, which also houses a £1million penthouse, is part of the city’s Waterside Regeneration master plan to redevelop the riverside area.
Situated within Nottingham’s Regeneration Area, Trent Bridge Quays is one of a number of new riverside developments taking shape, offering families and first-time buyers, commuters and retirees quality living space.
Commenting on the development, Steve Dodd, Managing Director at Elevate Property Group, said: “It’s been an honour to welcome new residents into purchased homes – Trent Bridge Quays will provide residents with a superior living experience in a waterside location – it’s the best of both worlds; a peaceful waterfront setting combined with easy access to all the amenities and conveniences of city life in Nottingham and West Bridgford.
“This is our first residential scheme in Nottingham, having delivered many significant and flagship developments across the country. We love the city’s rich history, excellent public transport links, major employers and world-renowned universities, it continues to be one of the most desirable places to live in the Midlands.”
The development features one, two and three-bed apartments with prices ranging from £192,500 to £1m for a luxury penthouse apartment with panoramic views across the River Trent.
Joe Hargreaves, a Property Consultant at FHP Waterside Living and lead estate agent for Trent Bridge Quays, said: “The riverside area of Nottingham is currently undergoing a significant transformation, sealing it as one of the most desirable places to live in the city, and it is a pleasure to welcome visitors to view the current show homes at this stunning waterside development, with waterfront apartments now available to view.
“Trent Bridge Quays offers a wonderful location in-between the city centre and West Bridgford, and its presence on the banks of the River Trent is a welcome addition which revitalises the northern side of the banks of the River Trent.”