Prime Place permeates the press!
Prime Place has recently celebrated a successful sales launch for three of its new developments – Prime Place, Kensal Rise, Prime Place, Maida Hill and Prime Place, Sevenoaks but the achievements don’t stop there as it’s also enjoyed a bumper crop of press coverage!
Horticulture Week featured Aberfeldy Village, a joint venture between Prime Place and Poplar HARCA, and highlighted the landscaping efforts at the scheme, including the linear park running through the development’s centre as an “integral part of the new neighbourhood”.
Plans by Prime Place to deliver 648 one to three-bedroom apartments and a new football stadium for Brentford FC caught the eye of Evening Standard journalist David Spittles, who suggested in an article called Property goes to the top of the league table that homes near football stadiums, like Prime Place, Kew Bridge, are more highly sought-after than ever before.
Evening Standard featured Prime Place, Maida Hill and Prime Place, Kensal Rise, located in W10, in its weekly On The Tube piece, which showcases the best new homes available near London underground stations.
WhatHouse? Magazine also featured both these developments, praising Prime Place, Kensal Rise for its setting on “the hippest street in Europe” and Prime Place, Maida Hill for its closeness to the 30-acre green space of Queen’s Park.
And to round off a great week of press coverage, Prime Place, Sevenoaks not only featured in Metro’s Launch Pad, it also featured in Ginetta Vedrickas’ article in the Evening Standard about new homes near new schools. The collection of one and two-bedroom apartments, which has now launched, is located near the first new Grammar School in 50 years.
For more information about these developments, visit the Prime Place website, or call 01892 313002.