Located in a premium location between Brighton’s vibrant city centre and beaches and marina, we are creating an exciting new development of contemporary and refurbished 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments.
About the area
From iconic Brighton tourist attractions to beach front cool, Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go.
Vibrant, colourful, fun and free, Brighton offers the energy of the city and freedom of the sea.
It really is unique.
From the stunning heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture and Victorian aquariums to the traditional seaside fun of the famous Brighton Pier and pebble beach, Brighton offers something for every walk of life.
Bursting with beach front sports and events, tranquil green spaces within the city limits, plus Brighton tourist attractions and activities for all the family, there's so much in store just waiting to be explored.
You'll also find a world of beautiful Sussex countryside, castles, country houses, parks, forts and gardens just moments from the city too!
This exciting new flagship development features a stunning range of brand new homes, perfect for first time buyers, downsizers, investors and commuters.
The apartments are built to a high specification and enjoy a premium location close to the vibrant city centre of Brighton, yet are also within easy reach of the glorious coastline and marina.Education
Within the are are good local schools for all ages, ranging from preschool right upto adult learning. Notable state schools include Longhill High School, Varndean School and Hove Park School and Sixth Form Centre. There are also a number of private schools, including Brighton College, Roedean School, Steiner School, BHHS and a Montessori School. Further educational facilities are provided by he University of Sussex (4 miles from the city centre) established in 1961 and The University of Brighton. In 2003, the universities of Sussex and Brighton formed a medical school, known as Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Leisure
Life in Brighton will never be lacking in things to do, or places to see as leisure facilities are in abundance. Core to the city's artistic and cultural heritage is the Royal Pavilion, a former royal palace, and besides its Blue Flag beach, Brighton's seaside entertainment includes many bars, restaurants and amusement arcades, as well as the famous Palace Pier. The city is also considered to be one of the UK's premier nightlife centres with many live music venues, plus there are 300 pubs in the town, including the historic Cricketers, the Evening Star real ale pub and The Greys gastropub.Brighton is also a focus for many sporting activities, being home to Sussex County Cricket Club and Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club. There's also horse-racing, basketball and more. Naturally, there are also many marine activities, including yachting at Brighton Marina. Shopping
Funky fashions, chic boutiques, exclusive antiques, tempting jewellery, inspirational art...From the lifestyle shops of The Lanes to the unique shops of Hove; the retro chic of the North Laine to the big-name stores of Churchill Square and Brighton Marina, shopping in Brighton really is retail paradise.Brighton and Hove shopping - retail therapy any time of year. So whether you want to soak up the sun with some summer shopping, take the chill out of winter with a heaven sent shopping spree Brighton style or simply put the creative into your Christmas shopping, the city offers retail therapy at any time of the year.For a weekly shop, there's plenty of supermarkets within a 2 mile radius, including a Co-Op, Tesco Express and a Sainsbury's. There are also numerous farmer's markets held monthly for irresistible local produce and a taste of the traditional.Transport
Frequent trains operate from Brighton Station. Many Brighton residents commute to work in London and destinations include London Victoria, London Bridge, and Gatwick Airport, with trains continuing to Bedford. The fastest service from London Victoria takes 51 minutes. Lines west and east from Brighton serve stations to Worthing, Portsmouth and Southampton in the west and via Lewes to Newhaven, Eastbourne, Hastings and Ashford, Kent in the east. There is also an extensive bus service, a large number of taxis, coach services and a Bus Rapid Transit system under construction while the A23 provides links to the major motorway networks.Health
Good medical facilities exist in the immediate area, with health services available at the Albion Street Surgery, within half a mile of the development. The Brighton Dentist provides all kinds of dental services for the whole family. The nearest general hospital is The Royal Sussex County Hospital, literally on your doorstep.
How to find us:The Satellite Navigation Postcode for the development is BN1 3HRRoyal Alexandra Quarter is on the corner of Dyke Road & Clifton Hill, Brighton. From Brighton Pier With the sea and Brighton Pier on your left, head west on Grand Junction Road. Turn right onto West Street and follow the road for 350 yards. At the main traffic lights, turn left into North Street. Go straight ahead, crossing over the traffic lights into Dyke Road. Head up the hill for 1/2 a mile where Royal Alexandra Quarter can be found on your left hand side.