1 & 2 bedroom apartments available through L&Q’s shared ownership scheme.
A striking development of one & two bedroom apartments. These newly built homes are situated in the heart of Stratford and benefit from great public transport links and a large variety of local amenities nearby.
There’s an incredible energy in the air in Stratford, London E15. It’s the Olympic effect of course, but far more besides. It’s also new high speed transport links, new high glamour shopping and a renewed sense of community.
Artemis is a striking landmark building on Stratford High Street. A quality specification shows that we have paid careful attention to the way you want to live and the way you want your home to look and function. As a result, these apartments are the ultimate expression of contemporary urban style.
Artemis is in a prime location in the centre of Stratford. Everything you want is within walking distance: trains, tubes and buses, shops, places to eat and drink and of course the Olympic Park, with its legacy of state of the art sports and community.
The Olympic Hub
The borough of Newham is currently undergoing the largest regeneration project in Europe and will be the place to be during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Stratford is a huge part of this programme and will proudly welcome locals, athletes and visitors alike to the many new facilities including the prestigious 80,000-seater stadium and state of the art Aquatics Centre.
The Future of Stratford
After the Olympics, most of these new facilities will be made available for Newham residents to enjoy. Throughout the next 10-15 years, Stratford will see the local landscape transform as hotels, leisure facilities, commercial and residential towers appear, not to mention the emergence of a new retail centre with over 100 shops. You will also be able to catch a direct train from Stratford International Station to Paris via the Channel Tunnel.
The Here and Now
Despite all this to look forward to, there is already plenty to see and do in and around Stratford. There are many green spaces to discover, from Green Flag parks and forests to sports grounds. There is a great mix of ethnic shops and restaurants here highlighting the true diversity of cultures. Queens Market on Green Street in Upton Park is another place worth exploring for both unusual and traditional items. With great connections to Central London, why not visit some of the history that our Capital has to offer? Or if you want a break from the hustle and bustle then Southend is a great place to escape to and is less than an hours drive from Stratford.