Phase two of Dickens Yard, a major mixed-use scheme by St George, continues apace. It will eventually comprise 698 apartments, three new public squares, offices, shops and restaurants and create a new focal point for Ealing Town centre. Dickens Yard will also link a trio of Victorian-era buildings the Town Hall and Old Fire Station and the parish Church of Christ the Saviour with a new town square.
The development will also include a 24-hour concierge, underground parking and an exclusive private residents' spa, with swimming pool, sauna, steam room, treatment rooms and gymnasium.
The current phase of Dickens Yard comprises four apartment buildings Belgravia, Skyline, Dickens, and Fitzroy. Each flat looks out across landscaped private gardens or pedestrian boulevards, linking the piazzas, which will host markets, street theatre and jazz events. The first building to complete was the Belgravia, with a selection of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
Phase two, the Skyline Apartments, is the tallest building at Dickens Yard and features 100 apartments, each with its own balcony or terrace. The first residents will move in May and June 2014.
At the heart of Dickens Yard are the Dickens Apartments, set within landscaped courtyard gardens. Nearly all the 200 one, two and three-bedroom high-spec apartments, along with elite apartments and penthouses with private terraces have been sold, even though the foundations are only now being laid.
The final building to be built will be 48 Fitzroy Apartments, each with its own balcony or terrace, many of which overlook Dickens Yard's centrepiece, Victoria Square.
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