Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV), a joint venture between Countryside and Taylor Wimpey, has ‘topped out’ on their structures in the Commodore’s Quarter
GMV held a ceremony to celebrate the topping out of the new Commodore’s Quarter, which will feature 116 one-to-three bedroom apartments and 20 three-and-four bedroom houses.
Among the guests who attended the ceremony were senior representatives from Countryside, Taylor Wimpey and the Greater London Authority, as well as the Royal Borough of Greenwich and One Housing Group.
The ceremony featured an overview of the GMV masterplan and the latest phase was provided. The attendees also watched from the roof of the Carrick apartment building, as the last batch of concrete was poured.
Chris Bladon, director of Greenwich Millennium Village, said: “The topping out of Commodore’s Quarter represents a major milestone for Greenwich Millennium Village, which has brought something truly unique to London – a village feel and real sense of community.
“Living here is more than just about owning a stylish, contemporary home with everything you need nearby. It’s about being a part of a small, close-knit community, while still having the chance to enjoy the very best of London life.
“We are very proud of how works is progressing with Commodore’s Quarter and look forward to completing the new homes, commercial units and village square.”
Commodore’s Quarter development
Commodore’s Quarter comprises 6 apartment buildings and 20 houses. These homes are located around a brand new village square with play area and space for retail.
Residents can enjoy relaxed, waterside living with excellent travel connections, world-class entertainment nearby and all of the buzz of the UK’s capital on their doorstep. Once complete, GMV will deliver 3,000 new homes.
A range of 1-4 bedroom homes are currently available for purchase at Greenwich Millennium Village, ranging from £399,995 for a 1-bedroom apartment to £900,000 for a 4-bedroom Townhouse. London Help to Buy is available on homes up to £600,000.
The internal fit-out of the buildings within Commodore’s Quarter will be progressed throughout next year, with the first residents moving in during September 2020.