Crest Nicholson's driving ambition is to be the market leader in the design and delivery of sustainable homes and mixed-used communities.
Our multi-award-winning redevelopment of Bristol Harbourside, a 6.6 hectare brownfield site, has created over 325,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation; 779 homes and apartments; a 182-bed hotel, alongside a casino and a health club; and an array of retail and dining options. The result is a vibrant new quarter for Bristol’s waterside area, and the creation of 3,000 new jobs for local residents.
Aviva Investors has more than 100 real-estate investment professionals managing over £37 billion in real assets for our clients.
Our recent projects include Fitzroy Place, the most significant scheme in London’s Fitzrovia for over 50 years and a new benchmark for mixed-use development in the West End. Fitzroy Place encompasses high-quality residential apartments within three self-contained mansion blocks; two best-in-class office buildings, One and Two Fitzroy Place; premium retail and restaurant units; and a new landscaped public square – the first within W1 in over a century.
850,000 SQ FT OF HIGH-QUALITY HQ OFFICE SPACE CONFIGURED TO YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS, LEISURE FACILITIES, GREAT TRANSPORT CONNECTIONS AND 200 QUALITY HOMES.
First impressions count. For those arriving by car, the impressive new entrance on Chobham Lane will confirm Longcross Park as a worthy international business HQ.
Longcross Park is served by its very own railway station, with trains to London and Reading running every half hour.
Longcross will be more than a business park, it will be a real neighbourhood complete with cafes, restaurants, a gym, creche and convenience store.
Providing a focal point for the whole community, this landmark building will house a coffee shop, delicatessen and studio space.
There will be one space for every 270 sq ft of net office floor space, which equates to approximately 330 spaces for a 90,000 sq ft building.
Cutting edge technologies, including photovoltaic panels, solar water heating and rainwater harvesting will create savings and reduce environmental impacts.