LONDON: 28 FEBRUARY 2014
Get Living London’s 100th private rental home has now been snapped up in London’s newest neighbourhood at East Village – the former London 2012 Athletes’ Village, recently voted the ‘Best New Place to Live’ at the London Planning Awards.
The first homes were handed over to Get Living London in November 2013 and the latest renters at the former Athletes’ Village, Rosie Sperring and Jamie Worth, have now won the race to move in to the 100th Get Living London property, meaning there are now more than 200 private renters living in East Village.
Rosie Sperring, a Technology Analyst, and her partner Jamie have moved in to a one bed home at Vesta House in East Village. Rosie said:“We are so excited to move into the 100th Get Living London home at East Village. The area is perfect for us, with transport links all over the city, Westfield shopping centre next door, and the availability of local services such as the health centre. And I can’t wait to use the Olympic Park’s swimming pool! The staff at Get Living London have been extremely helpful throughout and the homes are gorgeous. I’d highly recommend anyone looking at moving to consider East Village!”
Derek Gorman, Chief Executive of Get Living London, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Rosie and Jamie as our 100th move-in and with more than 200 renters now calling East Village home, we’re seeing London’s newest neighbourhood taking shape. We have a range of homes next to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with a convenient fee-free new way of renting so this is a great chance for renters to find a quality home with the best of city living on their doorstep.”
The latest milestone comes as there continues to be huge interest in the new homes and convenient, fee-free new way of renting Get Living London has to offer at East Village.
Get Living London has new homes to suit everyone, from 1 and 2-bedroom apartments for young professionals and couples, to 3 and 4-bedroom apartments and townhouses for sharers and families. Homes are available to rent with no fees or hidden costs; long-term tenancies of 1-3 years with the flexibility of resident-only break clauses; and no agents or middlemen, just a direct relationship with the Get Living London team who are based on site 7 days a week to quickly respond to residents’ needs.
Rosie and Jamie’s new home in Vesta House is one of a number of residential buildings where Get Living London have new homes now available. The buildings include:
Get Living London’s homes start from £310 per week for a 1 bedroom apartment, £370 per week for a 2 bedroom apartment, £475 per week for a 3 bedroom apartment, and £550 per week for a 4 bedroom townhouse. Get Living London’s approach to not charging fees or hidden costs (which can cost renters up to £350) offers a good chance to make savings and all home come with a range of other benefits including:
More information about Get Living London’s new homes is available atwww.getlivinglondon.com or by phoning 020 3701 7900. Along with the private rental homes, a range of shared ownership, intermediate rent and social rent homes are also available in East Village through Triathlon Homes.
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