Now you can live, work, rest and play at Wembley, with the launch of Wembley Park development!

Guests including broadcaster Clare Balding attended the high profile launch of Quintain’s business and office space at its flagship Wembley Park development recently. The latest details were revealed about the offering which sees Quintain partner with Colliers International and Cushman & Wakefield for the new London business and lifestyle destination.

Only 10 miles north-west of central London, sporting history is made in Wembley, an area that is being transformed by property developer Quintain into Wembley Park. The London Designer Outlet, next to the stadium, opened in 2013 and there are new landscaped walkways, a cinema, hotels, a new civic centre and library, and blocks of student flats. More than 5,000 homes are promised over the next 10 years.

More than 4,000 people are already working at Wembley Park’s campus-style site which is overlooked by the iconic Wembley Stadium and the historic Wembley Arena, now called the SSE Arena.

All the bases are covered

The development offers a supremely well-connected location just 12 minutes from London’s West End, superfast broadband, a campus-style environment with shops and other entertainments, providing perfect conditions for residential investors looking to take advantage of London’s worst kept secret.

Transport unlocks the potential

Wembley Park is linked by three stations, three Tube lines, overground and two national rail lines and soon to be served by 24-hour Tube at weekends. The area also has excellent road links to the M1, M40 and M25 and 3,000 parking spaces.

Well connected

Wembley Park has the fastest broadband in London, made possible with fibre optic cables built in as standard. Current offices and homes in the area have high speeds of up to 1GB and The SSE Arena and new offices will benefit from 10GB.

Wembley life

Quintain is currently selling off-plan the first two phases of new homes that will see 5,000 new homes built over the next 10 years. There are still a few of the 473 flats remaining at Emerald Gardens. The development is selling off-plan for completion next year.

The next phase, Alto launched recently for off-plan sales. There are a total of 362 flats, of which 221 are for private sale, 110 for market rent and 31 ‘affordable’ in four separate blocks up to 19 storeys high.