Topping Out Ceremony Marks Latest Milestone For Sevencapital’s The Grand Exchange Development In Bracknell
A topping out ceremony has been held to mark the latest major milestone in SevenCapital’s new flagship The Grand Exchange residential development in Bracknell.
SevenCapital was joined at the event by representatives from Vascroft Contractors Ltd, who undertook the construction works.
Due for completion by 2023, The Grand Exchange will feature a mix of contemporary studio, one and two bedroom apartments across ten floors, ranging in size from circa 450 sq ft to 1,043 sq ft.
The development will also boast a resident’s gym, an expansive garden room and co-working space, a private dining suite to entertain guests in an attractive restaurant-style setting and spa-quality treatment rooms.
With the increasing emphasis on creating carbon neutral environments, communal areas at The Grand Exchange will be powered by solar energy, and the car park will initially include two electric car charging points, with the infrastructure for 37 should the demand prove higher, along with 340 cycle spaces.
The development is set to be a game-changer for Bracknell, which is already undergoing an incredible transformation through more than £770 million of investment and will raise the bar for high quality, town centre apartment living.
Damien Siviter, group managing director at SevenCapital, said: “The Grand Exchange epitomises the best in contemporary living, with excellent commuter links to London and outstanding on-site amenities which promote health, wellbeing, and flexibility for the modern resident.
“With an increasing number of people looking for more property for their money but with ease of access to some of the UK’s major cities, The Grand Exchange will be a major asset in the constantly evolving Bracknell skyline and will change the way people live, work and stay.”
“This development is going to change the way people live in Bracknell, and it’s exciting. We’ve seen the trend for city centre living already surge in popularity across areas such as Birmingham and Manchester, and the trend has now started to filter into towns across the country, as more and more people realise the convenience it offers, notably easy access to transport, work and amenities.”