LONDON: 4 APRIL 2014
With the opening of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this weekend, renters at Get Living London’s new homes in East Village (the former London 2012 Athletes’ Village) are now only a javelin’s throw away from the venues that captured the world’s attention two years ago.
Athletes’ bedrooms have been transformed into quality new homes at East Village, and Get Living London has a range of private rental apartments now available, offering unrivalled access to:
The East Village neighbourhood also includes a further 25 acres of new parks and play areas including a new wetlands area offering a direct walking route from the new homes into Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park so exercise and outdoor living couldn’t be easier for residents.
Derek Gorman, Chief Executive of Get Living London said, “East Village is already one of the strongest legacies from the 2012 Games with the former Athletes’ Village transformed into a thriving new neighbourhood. With the Olympic Park reopening, this is a unique chance for renters to move to a quality new home with world-class sports and leisure facilities on their doorstep.”
For renters looking to follow in the footsteps of Olympic and Paralympic champions, 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 unique approach to renting with no fees or hidden costs (which can cost renters up to £350) offers a good chance to make savings and all homes 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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