LONDON: EcoWorld London, a 70 per cent subsidiary of Eco World International Bhd (EWI), has launched Jasmine House, the second phase of its Verdo-Kew Bridge development in Brentford.
In a statement today, Eco World London said the contemporary apartments in Jasmine House ranges from one, 2 and 3 bedrooms as well as offering Verdo-Kew Bridge’s first set of studio apartments. Priced above £350,000, these apartments are designed with tall windows and spacious balconies.
Last week, EWI executive vice chairman Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin and top executives of EcoWorld London held a garden party on site with performances by BRIT award winning artist Ella Eyre.
There was also a disc jockey set from chart topping artist Fleur East who got the crowd dancing. Brentford Football Club management and players from the team were also there to meet and greet the fans.
The redevelopment of the Brentford Community Stadium forms part of residential scheme by EcoWorld London in partnership with the football club, popularly known among Londoners as the Bees. This stadium is due to be completed by the 2020/21 season.
In December 2017, the London Borough of Hounslow approved of the regeneration of the Brentford Community Stadium, with seven new 15-storey residential blocks at a 10-acre site on Lionel Road South, close to Kew Bridge.
This redevelopment by EcoWorld London sits next to Kew Bridge Rail Station and nearby Gunnersbury Station on the District Line and Overground, allowing train passengers access into Central London within 30 minutes.
It is less than 1km to the M4, offering car users direct motorway journeys to Heathrow Airport and access to the M40. It is also just 10 minutes away from the Thames River and is surrounded by beautiful parks including the iconic Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.
EcoWorld London said the 17,250 capacity stadium, 1,000 over much-needed new homes, a new base for Brentford FC Community Sports Trust and other commercial elements will help regenerate economic activities there.
Verdo-Kew Bridge housebuyers with young children can choose to send them to nearby schools such as Kew House, The Queen’s Church of England School, Grove Park School and Lionel School.