Greenland Group is a global development and asset management Fortune Global 500 company. It is an established property developer in the UK, and is active in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand and the USA. Greenland Group strives to create a better quality of life for those in the homes it builds. It has a strong commitment to social responsibility, building high-quality sustainable homes using energy-efficient technology

It works across various disciplines and is one of China’s largest property investors. Globally it has 23 ultra-high-rise landmark buildings completed or under construction, four of which are among the 10 highest buildings in the world. Greenland Group has projects in more than 80 cities in China, with an ongoing construction area of 65 million square metres.

Greenland Group has grown its own network of independent international teams to manage and expand both its domestic and international operations, and is expanding in these markets.

Greenland Group developments

Spire London and Ram Quarter are the two developments developed by Greenland Group in the UK.

Ram Quarter development is designed to accommodate a vibrant mix of new, high quality homes, premium properties within heritage buildings, and carefully selected retail, leisure and lifestyle experiences. Phase 1 is already completed.

Spire London will be a landmark residential tower set in landscaped open space on West India Quay by London’s Canary Wharf. At 771ft in height above ground, Spire London is the tallest consented residential tower in Western Europe and a new landmark on the city skyline. The site is currently under construction.

 

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Christopher Rees-Williams Property Pro

A fantastic new development combining modern architecture and listed heritage

Wandsworth has always been a desirable location, and the addition of the now completed Ram Quarter development by Greenland has further enhanced the area, incorporating an exciting new retail and residential destination.

The architect of Ram Quarter, EPR Architects, has seamlessly brought together modern architecture and the development’s listed heritage past; Coopers’ Lofts sits comfortably amongst the new-build apartments. Many apartments offer private roof gardens and all residents benefit from a 24 hour concierge.

Although a residential-led development, the recent commercial openings have really come into their own. Backyard Cinema is a huge draw and it’s very exciting that Sambrook’s Brewery will open at Ram Quarter within the next few months.

Transport connections are good – I can reach Ram Quarter from my office in Oxford Circus within 25 minutes. Also on-site parking is available for purchase.

It is always fantastic to see developments realise their potential and Ram Quarter is certainly demonstrating that large mixed-use developments, designed well, with a carefully curated retail and leisure offering, really make a new-build apartment a home.

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Old York Road is a perfect slice of London. Ram Quarter has connected Old York Road to the High Street and has reopened the Wandle for all residents and visitors.

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Alex Finch Property Pro

A unique new development in Wandsworth revitalising a historic brewery

Ram Quarter has revistalised a previously inaccessible part of Wandsworth Town that was sat within the confines of the one way system and left unoccupied since the closure of the Young’s Brewery. It is fantastic to see the first phase now complete, opening up the public realm and routes through for both residents and the wider community. The refurbishment of the historic listed brewery building provides some amazing spaces within the apartments to include double height ceilings and the retention of historic elements where they could be preserved.

The opening up of the River Wandle provides a tranquil space away from the busy Wandsworth High Street and once the retail and restaurant operators open up alongside the river and the central boulevard this will bring extra life to the development. The ground floor commercial spaces are set to provide a variety of occupiers appealing to both residents within the development and the local Wandsworth population. It is great to see The Backyard Cinema now open and to hear the announcment that Sambrook’s Brewery will be moving to Ram Quarter to continue the brewing heritage.

What I love about Ram Quarter is the mix of new build architecture combined with the listed building refurbishment. This is different to so many other new build developments which can at times feel soulless. It is fantastic to see so many residents now moved in and enjoying life at Ram Quarter.

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Having personally lived in Wandsworth for 10 years I was delighted to hear about Ram Quarter and other developments aiding the revitalisation of the town centre. Southside Shopping Centre has undergone vast transformation in recent years, but having pedestrianised public realm alongside the River Wandle benefitting from futher shops, restaurants and amenities is a great asset for the local community. Wandsworth is a popular residential location within South West London for young professionals and families alike. There is a great sense of community and you are well located for access to Central London or escaping the city.

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Would recommend.

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I have lived here for a few months now, and I have really enjoyed the experience.

The development feels modern whilst also retaining the character of the old Youngs Brewery, which is rare considering the glass eyesores that cover most of London’s skyline.

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The heating costs, and how to set up the portal.

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Great place to live – I would definitely recommend

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Love the area, couldn’t be cleaner and more nicely done up with access to countless shops, transport links etc around. Walking around feels safe and friendly and the inside of the building is extremely modern and stylish and the flats feel nice and spacious and not as though they have crammed as many in as possible.

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There are usually always people smoking weed and drinking alcohol near the back of the area near the bridge entrance which isn’t pleasant to be around especially during the night.

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I wish I had known that Freeview was not already wired into the flat and that the hobs were induction before getting there and having to buy all new pans.

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