About Fabrica

Fabrica is a residential property developer who is a part of the A2Dominion group. It produces new homes throughout London and the South East and has a design ethos and commitment to sustainability when developing its properties.

Fabrica developments

The Jigsaw, Fellows Square, Queen’s Wharf, City Wharf and Carlton House are all Fabrica developments currently listed on HomeViews. Queen’s Wharf and Carlton House are joint partnerships with Mount Anvil and A2Dominion respectively. Look out for The Jigsaw development in Ealing, which features a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments alongside communal gardens and courtyards on the five-acre site. Another standout Fabrica development is City Wharf, an award-winning development with canalside apartments located in Islington. 

Fabrica reviews

“The City Wharf development by Fabrica, designed by Stephen Marshall Architects sits in a district that is becoming increasingly popular with buyers and investors who are looking to claim a slice of this vibrant N1 postcode. City Wharf is located between City Road Basin and Wenlock Road Basin, alongside Regents Canal. There are 327 waterside apartments, ranging from studios to three-bedroom homes with panoramic canal and city views from private balconies, roof terraces and landscaped courtyard gardens. For such a centrally located building, there’s plenty of outside space available which will appeal to families in particular. The architecture of the development was thoughtfully designed to blend in seamlessly with the surrounding cityscape. There’s a real sense of urban cool to City Wharf, which will attract the creative and tech crowd who work in the area. The average price per square foot in N1 is GBP734, and these apartments run a little over that at around GBP1,131.” HomeViews Property Pro, City Wharf

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Number of Developments

5

Ratings

4.12 Rating

Rating (based on 78 reviews)

Excellent

33.33%

Very Good

50.00%

Average

14.10%

Disappointing

2.56%

Very Poor

0.00%

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Stunning Place to Live

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Location
4
Value
5
Management

Amazing new lifestyle. Was a bit hesitant to move as i was previously living and enjoying a beautiful park within Kensington (w8). Now I’m so pleasantly surprised by how stunning, calming and yet lively the river life is. Although being very convenient to transport, you don’t feel like you’re in the city bustle. The magic of the Hammersmith Bridge, river wildlife, existing new cafes and upcoming restaurants/ cinema/Riverside Studios makes this a unique living experience…one that i’m so happy to be part of. The Queen’s Wharf building itself has a magnificent rooftop terrace open to all tenants. Each apartment is unique with excellent finishings. There’s an excellent Concierge service 24/7 which is very convenient for residents. With all the new developments on this side of the river, this neighborhoud is becoming a very desirable place to live.

5
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5
Design
5
Location
4
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5
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Great but too many students

3
Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
2
Value
3
Management

The Concierge is nice and helpful. The people in the building too.
I would say it is very high spec. My flat is roomy and modern. The balconies are definetely my favourite part as it gets so sunny. The view is not the best because of the construction, of course.
The gym is not finished yet, but I reckon it will be good when it is done. The same happens with the swimming pool which is still in process, and I don’t think it will be finished at least till the end of the year. Apparently it will benable open half day during winter as well, which is not ideal for people who work till quite late.

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The park round the cornee is really nice. Sainsburys is really close what makes it really practical for a big shop. The Indian food restaurant in front the building is great. Transport is easily accessible, and you an even walk to town if you want to. The river is also quite close and walking there is really nice on the weekends. I also like I am close to work, which was probably what influenced my decision to move here the most.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

I wish i had known there were so many students, as it can get a bit noisy, especially on the weekends. We had an issue with some neighbours smoking weed as well, but luckily they are gone. In general it is quite a young crowd.

3
Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
2
Value
3
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Exchange gardens review

3
Facilities
4
Design
3
Location
4
Value
3
Management

The design is modern yet cosy; the design of the kitchen is well thought through however there could be some more storage space as well as 4 hobs (instead of 2) in the studio apartments as there is plenty of space for them. Property management is independent of the building management and we have only moved in a month ago so only first impressions can be made in this respect. The building management is friendly but they don’t seem to know much about the individual flats therefore property management has to be contacted with concerns about the property.

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The area is very well connected however there aren’t many restaurants and bars as it is still a developing area.

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I would have liked to know how comfortable the bed was, as this is an important aspect of renting a flat.

What is the best feature of your home:

The wardrobe space, as well as the bathroom and the kitchen. The wooden floors also really bring out the cosiness of the apartment

3
Facilities
4
Design
3
Location
4
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3
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Excellent Development.. you won’t regret it.

5
Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
4
Value
4
Management

Keybridge is an incredible development and property. It’s well situated from a transportation perspective and very easy to get in and out of central London. There are a few supermarket options nearby but not too many great restaurants around.

The development is well maintained and boasts high quality furniture and fittings. The concierge team is excellent and very friendly and accommodating.

Maintenance could be slightly better as it typically takes a while for the team to respond to requests.
The facilities are second to none with a beautiful gym and swimming pool.
Overall highly rate the unit, and will likely continue to live here so long as I’m in London.

Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:

Very close to transport links and easy to get into central London. Well situated close to a few parks. Not too many stores and restaurants around.

Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:

That the pool wouldn’t be ready for a while. This is no longer an issue as the pool is ready now.

What is the best feature of your home:

The outdoor space which feels like a private patio.

5
Facilities
5
Design
4
Location
4
Value
4
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