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Bridge the lifestyle Gap

Adjacent to Bow Back River, a branch of the River Lea, this rejuvenated site is ideally situated within walking distance from the heart of Stratford and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Some of the most desirable and sought-after neighbourhoods in East London at Victoria Park Village and Hackney Wick are just minutes from Bridge East.

And with exceptional connections to Canary Wharf and Central London, via the variety of travel options on your doorstep, Bridge East offers residents a truly connected London lifestyle.

Ever-Evolving lifestyle

London’s East End has recently seen a renaissance of grand proportions marking Stratford as one of the Capital’s most vibrant neighbourhoods.

The Olympic Park, now home to a wealth of Olympic standard sports facilities open to the public, is just the tip of the iceberg with new leisure, recreation and retail development established alongside. Future plans for the Olympic Park include the creation of an outpost for the V&A alongside a 600 seat theatre for Sadler’s Wells. Additionally, new campuses for University College London and the London College of fashion are due for completion by 2022.

To the north west of the Olympic Park is the creative heartland of Hackney Wick, home to one of the highest concentrations of artists in Europe, where reclaimed warehouses host club-nights, restaurants, craft breweries and arts venues aplenty.

Westfield Stratford City offers an incredible range of shops from high street to high end, complemented by a plethora of bars and restaurants, and a 20-screen cinema. Stratford is also well served for grocery shopping with a Tesco Metro and Tesco Superstore in comfortable walking distance from Bridge East.

To the west, the buzz of Stratford gives way to the open spaces of Victoria Park and its surrounds, home to many of East London’s best gastro pubs, cafés and restaurants.