Stratosphere, a stylish collection of 307 apartments in the heart of Stratford, is due to launch through Telford Homes this October. The striking 36-storey skyscraper will offer its residents spectacular views towards the City of London and Canary Wharf, over the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Westfield Stratford City.

Each of the apartments at Stratosphere will offer an outstanding specification, including kitchens from London designer Urban Myth, with stone worktops and integrated Smeg appliances, bespoke cabinetry in the bathrooms and premium woodstrip laminate throughout the kitchen, living room and hallway. All residences will also benefit from under-floor heating, and a sophisticated video entry phone system. Residents will enjoy 24-hour concierge against the backdrop of a sleek and stylish ground floor reception as well as a private gymnasium, resident’s Wi-Fi lounge and private terrace all located on the roof-top at the pinnacle of the tower.

Stratford is continuing to undergo a radical transformation and from January 2016, Stratford International, Stratford London and the bus station will become part of Zone 2, a year before Crossrail is set to join the extensive rail network, making the development and Stratford one of the most well-connected in London. The area has benefitted from a 131,000 strong growth in population, investments totalling over £15bn, and an estimated 62,000 new jobs from the Olympics and its legacy for Stratford City, Canning Town and Custom House, the Royal Docks and Beckton. As a consequence, Stratford has evolved into a new cultural sector, representing the very best in shopping and entertainment facilities that London has to offer.

Stratford’s desirability as a location to purchase property has, and will continue to be, impressive. Buyers range from city professionals, to buy-to-let investors, to first time buyers looking to live in an affordable and well-connected location, close to the avant-garde neighbourhoods of Shoreditch and Hoxton, in addition to the employment hubs of Canary Wharf and Stratford City.

David Campbell, Group Sales and Marketing Director for Telford Homes, comments: “We are delighted to announce the launch of our latest development in Stratford. We have already experienced exceptionally high levels of interest proving there is a significant demand for high quality residential properties within this well-connected part of London, especially since it was announced that Stratford will be reclassified into Zone 2 from January 2016. Stratford has been transformed into a new metropolitan centre for London, and the major hub for the booming east of the capital.”

Producing a wealth of leisure opportunities, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is the largest park to be created in Europe in 150 years. With the unparalleled Lee Valley Velopark, Hockey and Tennis Centre, Aquatics Centre and a brand new stadium, the iconic Olympic venues have an engaging programme of events and activities for everyone to enjoy.

Spanning 1.9 million square feet, Westfield Stratford City is home to 300 shops, 50 bars and restaurants, All Star Lanes bowling alley, a 17 screen all-digital Vue cinema and the UK’s first super casino. As the largest urban shopping centre in Europe, Westfield Stratford City has led to the creation of some 18,000 permanent jobs.

Stratosphere is located just a two minute walk from Stratford London station, with close to 200 trains per hour running through it.

First completions are expected in spring 2017.

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