Canada Water development Quebec Quarter is set to release its first private sale apartments starting with three-bedroom homes.
The L&Q development, which is located one stop on the Jubilee Line from Canary Wharf, will consist of 151 one, two and three-bedroom private sale apartments and 69 one and two-bedroom Shared Ownership homes.
Quebec Quarter comprises of seven blocks, which have been designed by Alan Camp Architects using inspiration from nearby Russia Dock Woodland and Stave Hill Ecological Park
L&Q sales and marketing director Cathy Lloyd said: “Quebec Quarter makes a major contribution to the regeneration of this increasingly popular area.
“The three-bedroom private sale units, a number of which are available in the first release, are considerably larger than the average for London, so we anticipate a good deal of interest from young families, as well as young professionals and first-time buyers for the smaller units.”
Quebec Quarter is close to Canada Water and Surrey Quays stations and, by 2020, could benefit from Brunel Bridge, which is a proposed cycle and footbridge connecting the Rotherhithe Peninsula with Canary Wharf.
Also close by is the Surrey Quays Shopping Centre, which is undergoing a £34million redevelopment programme, set to be completed within the next five years.
A three-bedroom home at Quebec Quarter ranges from £770,000 to £845,000, and will be available to view from Saturday January 30.
Subsequent phases will be launching throughout 2016, with the development scheduled for completion early 2017.
One-beds are scheduled to launch in mid-2016 and the first phase of shared ownership homes are due to launch in spring 2016.
Go to quebecquarter.co.uk for viewing times and further information.