This development transforms part of the former Boddington’s Brewery site in Manchester into 556 new homes for sale and for rent with complementary residents’ amenities, commercial, community and retail space.
This development will enhance the existing residential quarter of Hanwell, delivering 283 homes and a new village square, animated by shops, cafés and restaurants just minutes away from the train station.
The design enhances the ground floor of the existing 1960’s building via a remodelled modernised entrance with floor-to-ceiling glazing and a material and colour palette inspired by the local architecture.
Assael was appointed to analyse an existing masterplan and set out the main urban design principles to inspire new proposals for a 900-home Build to Rent development on the former Perfume Factory site.
This scheme redevelops a key site within the Hungate Urban Neighbourhood masterplan into 196 Build to Rent homes and shared amenity spaces including roof gardens with views across the historic centre of York.
This scheme transforms an industrial site, one of the final plots in Wandsworth's Riverside Quarter masterplan, into a 109 new home development. The design opens up public routes and vistas to the River Wandle via a new landscaped pedestrian route.
In Bristol’s Temple Quarter, 376 homes for rent are accommodated in two buildings, unified by an engaging landscaped space at ground floor and complemented by a generous provision of residents’ amenity spaces.
This scheme transforms the Royal Academy of Dance into 39 new homes, retaining the site’s character through the conversion of the old Granary whilst adding a contemporary touch with the industrial-style architecture of new buildings.
Situated on a constrained site in Brixton, adjacent to the railway, this development provides 71 new homes alongside a new pedestrian street that enables the railway arches to be brought forward as retail spaces.