With a site minutes from the high-speed rail link to central London, Paris and Brussels, developer GRE Assets knew they had found the perfect location for their first major residential scheme in Ashford.
But the attraction of a 38-minute journey time to St Pancras wasn’t the only thing that encouraged this successful UK company to invest in Kent’s international town.
GRE Assets are specialists in investment and the management of UK real estate, with experience of identifying opportunities and compelling prospects for future growth.
The company’s multi-million-pound Riverside Park development - the first phase of which is set for completion in Q1 2019 - was born out of a recognition of a town and borough going places.
“Riverside Park will complement the ambitious transformation of Ashford.”Michael El-Kassir, Managing Director, GRE Assets
Michael El-Kassir, Managing Director, GRE Assets, said: “Riverside Park will provide exceptional apartments and townhouses to complement the ambitious transformation of Ashford.
“We were attracted to Ashford for a number of reasons, not least because of its unrivalled location and connections to Londo, but as important was Ashford’s successful thriving local economy and the borough council’s exciting regeneration plans.”
Riverside Park will eventually include 246 apartments and 25 riverside townhouses, located next to the Great River Stour; a unique setting between town and country.
The excellent connections to and from the capital, the close proximity of the recently opened £26 million Ashford College and open space - including Victoria Park and Watercress Fields - will make this the perfect place for Ashford’s future residents to call home.