Quadrant Wharf website launched
A new website has been launched showcasing Millbay’s latest phase of development – Quadrant Wharf.
Perfectly placed within Millbay, Plymouth’s Coastal Quarter, Quadrant Wharf is the fourth phase of the regeneration project which is transforming the former Millbay Docks and offers residents the chance to enjoy city living and the tranquility of waterside life.
A coastal development of one, two and three bedroom apartments and split-level homes, Quadrant Wharf is positioned next to the successful Quadrant Quay scheme, also constructed by Millbay’s lead developer, The English Cities Fund.
CGI architect’s impression* showing how Quadrant Wharf could look when completed.
Work on the new 137-home development got under way in autumn 2017 and recently reached the half-way stage, with the first new homes now available for reservation and scheduled to be completed in Autumn 2019.
Quadrant Wharf has been thoughtfully designed by Ferguson Mann Architects to continue Millbay’s distinctive contemporary character and make the most of its enviable coastal location.
The apartments are split across two light and airy buildings; Aqua House and Lye House and a selection of cleverly designed split-level homes make up Canola Row. Many of the properties benefit from balconies or terraces.
The scheme will also continue the coastal-themed, landscaped public quaysides which saw the neighbouring Quadrant Quay win Best Public Space in the 2017 Abercrombie Awards for Plymouth.
Millbay’s transformation is one of the largest regeneration projects in the south of England and is creating a vibrant new coastal quarter for Plymouth – Britain’s Ocean City.
With the historic former docks built by the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel at its heart, Millbay is an exciting mix of homes, leisure facilities, business and retail development, with landscaped outdoor space around the waterfront for everyone to enjoy.
It is now a busy and engaged community, with more than 400 new homes, new businesses, the new 1,000-pupil Plymouth School of Creative Arts, the 171-berth King Point Marina and the successful Dock restaurant.
In addition to Quadrant Wharf, work is also currently under way on the new Mayflower Court scheme being built by the Abbeyfield Society which will provide supported living and extra care for 80 residents and shared spaces for community use.
And a planning application was submitted earlier this year for the next exciting phase of development, with the Fund proposing to build 58 apartments, a 126-bedroom hotel and ground floor retail/leisure space at the gateway to the new Millbay boulevard and overlooking the inner harbour.
More information about Quadrant Wharf is available at https://quadrantwharf.co.uk
*Please note: Computer generated images (CGIs) and artists impressions are based on information available to the artist at the time image is created. They are not intended to be an accurate description of any specific property, its location or surrounding area. We do sometimes need to make changes to designs, features and finishes during the development and appearance may vary on completion.