CROYDON, A UNIQUE AND VIBRANT PLACE TO LIVE

Surrounded by diverse entertainment and leisure selections, The Quarters Croydon stands as a testament to this thriving community.

The redevelopment project will transform Croydon into an oasis within a bustling hub, offering its residents vast open or green space for a relaxed and tranquil environment, yet boasting a vibrant and dynamic city culture of dining, shopping, leisure, education, working and living. It is also home to a wide array of sporting facilities with swimming baths, five golf courses, cricket and football pitches and clubs close by.

Entertainment and the arts abound in Croydon, which is home to the Croydon Clocktower, a popular local cultural venue with a library and cinema, Fairfield Halls, a major concert venue, and the Ashcroft Theatre. On completion of the regeneration project, Croydon will have its own Cultural Quarter. Croydon also boasts three highly respected colleges, a large number of adult education centres, and schools catering to all ages, including the famous BRIT Performing Arts School, which has developed stars such as Adele, Jessie J, and the late Amy Winehouse.

Croydon is a town of opportunities, and new experiences beckon.

CROYDON REGENERATED: A CITY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

With over £5.25bn investment in Croydon, the borough is set to become London’s fifth Largest growth centre and third “London city”. The regeneration of Croydon is being guided through a master plan, which will be rolled out across five key areas: East Croydon, West Croydon, Mid Croydon,Fairfield and Old Town. The project will transform Croydon, increasing sports, leisure, and retail facilities. Part of the project will see the development of new luxury homes and commercial premises, all served by excellent transport links to central London, Gatwick Airport and the south coast.

THE ARRIVAL OF THE NEW RETAIL AND LEISURE LANDMARK

Westfield Croydon will bring the highest calibre of shopping to The Quarters Croydon’s doorstep. The opening of the new shopping centre places the area on the map as a premier retail and leisure destination, offering 1.5 million square feet of retail space in addition to a multi-screen cinema complex, bowling alley and a multitude of gastronomy options. The glamorous new centre forms part of the £1 billion regeneration of the area, which will transform the current Centrale and Whitgift shopping centres and deliver an unrivalled shopping experience to retail enthusiasts. Set against the backdrop of the Westfield shopping centre, The Quarters Croydon is in the heart of the borough’s regeneration.

BOXPARK CROYDON

A pop-up mall for independent fashion and lifestyle shops, constructed of shipping containers, BOXPARK Croydon differs by offering an exciting dining revolution with 80 containers hosting venues for food, drinks and events.

Launching in 2016, this state of the art, modern market, will be the social, gastronomical and cultural core of Croydon. It offers 20,000 square feet of pop-up film, art, and music event space with the capacity for over 2000+ audiences.

LONDON – A WORLD-CLASS CITY

London is the international capital of culture, finance, the arts, fashion and commerce. The most visited city in the world, London has it all: it is a trendy urban heaven for the modern visitor and resident alike. The city is home to the iconic Buckingham Palace, lively markets and world-famous shops such as Harrods and Selfridges, as well as to countless theatres and art galleries. A direct sixteen-minute train ride will transport you from The Quarters Croydon into the heart of the dynamic metropolis.

GATEWAY TO CENTRAL LONDON

The Quarters Croydon is right at the heart of a network of transport options, offering superb links into central London and out to the countryside.

Served by major transportation links with two railway stations, a bus terminal and the UK’s biggest tram network, residents of The Quarters Croydon can access central London in just sixteen minutes from East Croydon Station, which is less than a five-minute walk from the property. Gatwick can be reached by train in just fourteen minutes. Furthermore, the property has direct access to main roads leading to the wider trunk road network.