An important real estate transformation is to take place in London, where the West Ham stadium stands. The stadium has been sold, to make way for the construction of 700 new luxury apartments of various measurements. This is a unique opportunity to purchase a property in London in one of the most sought after areas.
Although exact figures have yet to be confirmed, it seems that West Ham cashed an impressive 85 million euro from selling the structure. Galliard Homes, currently one of the most highly valued companies in the London real estate market, has been assigned with the job of recreating the grounds into a luxury complex.
It is Galliard Homes’ task to avoid rebuilding the structure of the stadium , the façade, and above all the entrance to Upton Park. These features are to remain unchanged, whilst the football pitch is to transform into gardens for the luxury complex to be.
In order to commemorate the history of this football team, a statue of one of the clubs icon players, Bobby Moore, English captain who won the world cup in 1966, is to be placed in the centre of the garden.
Galliard Homes plans are very ambitious, and are not limited to the construction of 700 luxury apartments. The project is set to create a village in itself in east Newham, complete with restaurants, and high-end stores to satisfy the needs of the residents of the new complex.
The details of the properties have yet to be revealed, however, it has been confirmed that the façade will be finished in Bordeaux and sky-blue, to represent the West Ham football club. The complex is expected to be completed in 2018, and the apartments shall be divided into various blocks, each named after one of the icon players of the club.