The International Quarter, Stratford is a major new business location located less than 10 minutes from central London at the gateway to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. It offers 4 million square feet of flexible and sustainable office accommodation delivered by a world class design team.
Three acres of open space form the heart of The International Quarter with an abundance of green space and a variety of independent bars, shops and cafes providing staff and visitors the opportunity to relax and revitalise before, during and after the working day.
World class amenities are only a short walk away, including Europe’s largest shopping mall with 250 shops and 70 restaurants and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park providing new green space the size of St James’ Park.
Every day you can benefit from world-class sport venues less than 5 minutes walk away including the Velodrome and Velopark, with a one mile cycle circuit and around 8km of mountain bike trails.
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CONSTRUCTION has started on more than 300 new homes located on London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as the second round of units goes on sale. The homes, known as Glasshouse Gardens, form part of the first phase of The International Quarter in Stratford and will be delivered by Joint Venture partners Lend Lease and London Continental Railways (LCR).
Lend Lease and London & Continental Railways (LCR) have completed a deal to sell a site on The International Quarter, London’s newest business district, to Union Hanover who will bring forward a major development on the Stratford site.
The decision by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to re-locate to The International Quarter has been welcomed by Lend Lease and London & Continental Railways (LCR). The JV development partners expect the FCA to be the first of many businesses to move to the former Olympic Park.