Windsor real estate, UK developer launch North London regeneration project
A real estate investment company, Windsor real estate has launched its latest North London development, called Clarendon, N8, at events across Lagos and Abuja.
The project comes in partnership with United Kingdom’s property developer, Berkeley Group and the first phase is known as Hornsey Park Place.
In a statement the Group Managing Director, Windsor Real Estate Mr. Richard Vedelago, said one of the six brands under the Berkeley Group, St. William, is spearheading the Clarendon development, which is to become a new city village as part of a major new regeneration scheme in North London.
According to him, Clarendon offers residents the opportunity to invest in an up and coming area of London, sitting between Hornsey, Wood Green and the expansive Alexandra Palace.
“We are delighted to have been selected by St William to bring forward this opportunity, which is in its first phase and therefore forecasts are strong for early capital growth and good rental yields. Windsor’s mantra is to continuously offer the very best projects to our Nigerian clients and giving them amazing upside in the long run”
Vedelago added that the project on completion will deliver over 1,700 with one, two and three-bedroom homes, incorporating a new five acre public park, together with a series of landscaped spaces and courtyards, adding that the scheme will also introduce over 100,000 sq ft of commercial space, creating a new vibrant London destination.
The Managing Director noted that prices at Hornsey park place start from £355,000, which make it an attractive price point for investors with early capital growth through regeneration of the area, and with plans to deliver almost 8,000 new homes and 4,000 new jobs in Wood Green.
He also added that shopping and socialising in the area offers an enviable variety of choice, from Wood Green High Road, boasting great local shops, restaurants, convenience stores, cafés and cinemas, to the leafy neighboring and much loved Crouch End with its independent restaurants, delicatessens and local festivals.