GRE Assets launch new second phase homes at Riverside Park, Ashford

19th August 2020

Leading property developer, GRE Assets has officially launched the sales of second phase townhouses at its landmark Riverside Park development in Ashford. Following the successful completion of phase one in 2019, the first 35 properties of phase two are now complete, with a further 35 homes set for completion in Q4 2020.

Government restrictions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic have had a significant impact on the housing market, including supply chain issues, delays in construction and limitations to house buying. As the market starts to see some uplift, the news at Riverside Park is a positive part of this story.

The development’s apartments and townhouses offer contemporary open plan living with balconies overlooking the Great Stour River and nearby Victoria Park. Surrounded by green space but only a short walk from the town centre, Riverside Park plays a significant role in the regeneration of Kent’s international town.

The properties also lend themselves to modern day living with space to work from home and Hyperoptic broadband, which not only offers high speed connections, it also offers residents fast connection when they move in.

Michael El-Kassir, Managing Director of GRE Assets, said: “We are extremely proud to launch the sales of the second phase homes at our Riverside Park project, as it represents the culmination of a lot of hard work, particularly over the last few months.

“Understandably given both the national and global situation, we faced some challenges along the way, but this represents a positive step in the right direction. As a company, GRE Assets has already experienced an increase in enquiries and we can see there is a strong demand to move home.

“Our launch event on Saturday was a huge success and received a good turnout, while adhering to social distancing guidelines. We now look forward to welcoming our next residents in the near future.”

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