- Night Tube service to begin in the Autumn
- 1,300 new residents and 2,000 students now living in Wembley Park
- Friday and Saturday night Tube passenger numbers up 70% since 2000
Some 1,300 new residents and 2,000 students now live in the area, a number set to rise considerably over the next few years, many of whom fall into the lively millennials age range.
The buzzing district provides the “work hard, play hard” generation with the perfect life balance, thanks to an array of late-night shopping and dining options at London Designer Outlet as well as music and sports events at venues across Wembley Park.
Demand for a Night Tube service has soared over recent years, with passenger numbers on Friday and Saturday nights up by around 70 per cent since 2000. Trains will run every 10 minutes on average across the entire Jubilee line.
Developer Quintain’s COO, James Saunders says: “The plethora of rail and road connections, including the much anticipated Night Tube, mean the area is well connected for those returning home late from central London to Wembley. It will be especially welcomed by our residents who work in Canary Wharf, go for an evening out in the West End and return home to Wembley Park late in the evening.”
Equally, those travelling into the neighbourhood for a gig at The SSE Arena, Wembley, or a match at Wembley Stadium will never have to dash for the crowded last tube home again. In addition the thriving Wembley Park entertainment and restaurant scene is already attracting new visitors to an upcoming corner of London that’s full of surprises.
James Saunders continues: “We’ve designed Wembley Park to be the ideal urban lifestyle location. For the daylight hours the thriving area is packed with shops, green spaces and community venues. After dark there are many bars and restaurants open late.”
In response to the increased demand from those wishing to live at Wembley Park, apartments are available to buy off-plan and to enjoy a 24-hour concierge service, a residents’ gym and spa treatment rooms as well as private and public landscaped gardens. The apartments are located just five minutes’ walk from Wembley Park station affording you access to the west end in less than 20 minutes.
Tipi, the lifestyle-focussed rental operator at Wembley Park opened in March 2016 with 141 brand new 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments, the rental offer includes all utility bills and 40 Mb/s broadband, secure underground parking and spacious social spaces. As the apartments are owned and professionally managed by the on-site team there are no agents’ fees to pay.
For more information and to book a time to visit the show apartments, visit www.alto-apartments.com or call the on-site Savills Sales team on +44 20 3151 8601.