90% of off-plan units sold to Bracknell development …


SevenCapital’s flagship development in Bracknell, The Grand Exchange, is almost sold out on all off-plan units. Only 10% of units remain before two years of completion. Purchasing so many properties prior to site completion suggests that there is considerable demand for apartment living.

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When the development is complete, there will be a small number of apartments available for those who would like to live in ready-made homes, although those who have chosen to buy out the plan and benefit from potential capital growth during the period. construction was quick.

The Grand Exchange is located in Bracknell, a suburban town less than an hour from London and is part of the city’s multi-million pound regeneration program. The development will have facilities including a loft-style workspace, gym and bookable spa treatment rooms. The Grand Exchange is within walking distance of the local train station and is likely to appeal to those traveling to London.

Andy Foote, Director of SevenCapital, comments: “When planning and designing the Grand Exchange, we had to consider the Bracknell market – and what was missing. There was a huge gap for high-end development that could meet the needs of the city’s changing demographics, which The Grand Exchange will fit perfectly into.

“After our recently completed historic Birmingham development – St. Martin’s Place – was so well received, it has been exciting to see the same positivity towards this development. I believe this will not only provide residents with a place to live, work and play, but it will give buyers the opportunity to invest in the first such development in Bracknell.

Foote concludes, “With Bracknell’s vision for downtown Bracknell thriving and the recent completion of The Deck and The Lexicon, the city’s redevelopment is starting to be in full swing. We hope that as more regeneration programs emerge, more investors and residents will continue to look to Bracknell in the future. “


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