Stratford Plaza takes views of London to another level owing to the fact that instead of the familiar left to right river vista, there is a more updated skyline on offer. Those renting an apartment in Stratford Plaza will also be able to add the grand sweep of the Olympic Park to the traditional view as well as Canary Wharf and Docklands.
Stratford has become a destination in its own right thanks to the development of Stratford Shopping City, a mega-mall that focuses on luxury goods and quality dining. Stratford Plaza easily fits into this dynamic atmosphere with its lozenge shaped tower and gleaming exterior. The flats in Stratford Plaza are designed and constructed with a superb eye for the finest detail, with all fixtures and fittings being individually chosen for reliability, function and aesthetics. Floor-to-ceiling glazing makes full use of the ample natural light and enclosed winter gardens bring a touch of additional leisure space into each apartment.
As a transport hub, Stratford is second-to-none in terms of interconnectivity and passenger-friendliness. Renamed Stratford International Station, it not only houses Tube, Overground and DLR lines, with direct links into The City and Docklands, but is also set to be one of the main stops on the eagerly awaited Crossrail link, which will slash journey times through London considerably. This accessibility gives Stratford good connectivity and with the advent of Crossrail, the area will be re-positioned in Zone 2/3 (not solely Zone 3). As it stands, corporate workers with jobs in The City and Docklands still have direct links into work via the Central line and DLR respectively.