The Bow Quarter has the 2012 Olympics in its sights.
Bow Quarter, E3
The Bow Quarter on Fairfield Road, E3, seems to be in the news of late, but for all the wrong reasons. With all of the security issues surrounding the Olympic games, this tranquil setting in the heart of Bow seems an unlikely base for a potential missile installation, but it seems the site may fit the requirements for the Ministry of Defence.However, even with all the attention aimed at this former Bryant & May match factory, with on-site gym and swimming pool, restaurant and bar, sun deck, convenience store, and ample plush communal gardens and water feature, it still remains the place to live in Bow.
For me, these are the things that set this development apart from the many new blocks that have sprung up around the area. The Bow Quarter, rather than just being another development, is a gated community that many don’t know exist in such an urban East London setting.
The residents enjoy the luxury of having everything they need literally on their doorstep. With flats in this sought after development coming in all shapes and sizes, with varying apspects, the prices typically range from £225,000 – £395,000. And contrary to what people may think about all the hype surrounding 2012 Olympic prices, and the Ministry of Defence`s potential installation, flats in this popular seven acre oasis in Bow, don’t cost a bomb!
If you would like more information about Bow Quarter or properties in E1 contact Sebastian on
020 7791 7000 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org