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Mace has been appointed to build the next major phase of the East Village development at London’s Olympic Park after using its innovative rising factory method on the previous phase. The residential tower project will be built on one of the last remaining development plots in the East Village neighbourhood, adjacent to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The area has now been transformed into a destination neighbourhood, with carefully curated social infrastructure and more than 25 independent shops, bars and restaurants. The £180m project will provide 524 new homes for private rental in East Village, which takes the total number of Get Living homes in the neighbourhood to 2,500, as well as retail space on the ground floor and a children’s play area.
Two towers, at 26 and 31 storeys, and two ten storey pavilions have been merged into a single development connected by an inhabited sky-bridge. It also includes a landscaped private courtyard, outdoor terraces with views over Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and shared amenity space for all residents. The buildings have been designed by architects Hawkins Brown, with Walsh as structural engineer and ChapmanBDSP as services engineer.
|East Village N06 Offices
2 Olympic Park Avenue
Mace built the Victory Plaza project for Get Living, where it used an innovative, award-winning ‘rising factory’ method to deliver the project. The company is using the N06 project to further develop its innovative construction delivery methods. Details about the methodology will be revealed before construction begins on the superstructure.