Greystar

Greystar is a global leader in rental housing with over 29 years of experience. The company has expanded from the US to the UK and Europe, including The Netherlands, Germany, Spain, France, Ireland, and more. Greystar offers premium rental communities with exclusive resident amenities and continually strives to enhance the living experience. Greystar manages over 450,000 apartments in the US and several key developments in London. MyLo, a Greystar brand, offers rental apartments in prime London locations (zones 1 & 2) such as Aldgate, Nine Elms, and Fulham Riverside. These buildings feature concierge service, exclusive amenities, and are mostly pet-friendly.

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  • Website: www.greystar.com

  • No. of developments: 25

  • Development locations: London, Ireland, North East England, North West England, South East England

Homeviews Awards

  • 21 Excellence Awards

  • 22 Design Awards

  • 18 Facilities Awards

  • 22 Location Awards

  • 17 Value Awards

  • 19 Management Awards

"The facilities are perfect, especially the gym, extremely good equipment and it is also very spacious."

NagasaitejaCharter Place, TW3

"I really like the design of the building and apartments, it’s really cozy and chill."

Alyssa HLyons Dock at Greenford Quay, UB6

"property managers jason and anu are amazing! - will always organise regular events"

N SharifFizzy Walthamstow, E17

Developments by Greystar

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Fizzy Lewisham, SE13

4.37

(354 reviews)

£1,545-£2,015 pcm

1, 2 beds

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Award Winner 2023

Fizzy Hayes, UB3

4.50

(228 reviews)

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Award Winner 2023

Fizzy Walthamstow, E17

4.34

(218 reviews)

£1,775-£1,980 pcm

1, 2 beds

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Fizzy Canning Town, E16

4.34

(188 reviews)

£1,870-£1,920 pcm

2 beds

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Fizzy Stepney Green, E1

4.44

(187 reviews)

£1,730-£2,100 pcm

1, 2 beds

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Latest Reviews

4.38

2670 total reviews

Stats

Overall

4.41

Facilities

4.33

Design

4.43

Location

4.46

Value

4.09

Management

4.33

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Amazing Management

Damir (Tenant)

Verified Resident

Fizzy Stepney Green, E1

Jul 2024

The management is top-notch and 10x better than having to deal with lettings agents. They truly make life easier. The building is hot in the summer, but also, heating is barely needed in the winter. Best sound isolation I have ever had, I have never heard any neighbours.

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

Good value for money, close to central London. The area is getting more and more gentrified by the year.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Any issue I have had has gotten sorted the next day.

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

The building can be a tad on the hot side. It is still Stepney.

5

Facilities

5

Design

4

Location

5

Value

5

Management


Great place to live!

M J (Tenant)

Verified Resident

Bloom Nine Elms, SW11

Jul 2024

Bloom Nine Elms has everything you need. The amenities are excellent and well-maintained, and the staff are fantastic. They keep you updated on any issues and are always willing to help. We have a great gym, cinema, amazing co-working spaces, a pool, a games room, and much more. You really don’t need to leave the apartment if you don’t want to.

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

Nine Elms has pleasantly surprised me. The neighborhood is clean and quiet, offering everything you need: a large park, excellent shops and restaurants (Battersea Power Station), a tube station, supermarkets, and more. So far, I haven’t felt like anything is missing.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

They always respond in a timely manner and keep you updated on any problems and their resolution.

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

I didn’t receive any guide on how to book amenities (i.e Cinema, Dine Room, etc). I didn’t know it was first come, first served, and that you have to pay to book. It would be helpful to have an amenities use guide when we move in. I’m also having trouble getting my electricity meter reading.

5

Facilities

5

Design

5

Location

5

Value

5

Management


I love living at Bloom

S A (Tenant)

Verified Resident

Bloom Nine Elms, SW11

Jul 2024

I love living at Bloom, the amenities are well thought out and the management is first class. The concierge team is the best I have experienced living in London and I have to give a shout out to Abdo Dada who helped with the most positive leasing process I have had and also been a huge support and resource since moving into Bloom West.

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

The local area is central, well connected and well looked after. There is loads to do and see with the Battersea Power Station being a stones throw away.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

I initially had a few issues which the management went over and beyond to solve whilst also making me feel valued and supported. I am incredibly impressed with the problem solving I experienced and it made me really happy about living here.

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

I wish I knew there were moving trolleys when I first moved in!

5

Facilities

5

Design

5

Location

5

Value

5

Management


Temporary Accommodation Becomes a Home

R (Tenant)

Verified Resident

Oxbow, M5

Jul 2024

I'd had a fair few issues from moving in here due to the previous management team. I had been told I was moving into a different apartment to the one I was given (markedly different to the one I'd viewed), given an incorrect start date, not given an inventory report, and a few other things like some facilities being unavailable - such as the BBQs and the rooftop garden. I was dead set on moving out when my contract ended as I'd felt it was a waste of money. However... NONE of this issues are present any more with the new team and the management here are now amazing people, Ema, Shanon and Lucas have been incredible in comparison and have absolutely flipped my view of this place on its head. Oxbow was nice as a temporary accommodation before they started due to the facilities and such mentioned above, but they've now made it so much more like a home... A place I actually want to live. There are regular events, yoga workshops, after work drinks. Not to mention the security that work here too, are super nice guys and really friendly. They'll always give you a smile, "Hi!" or a nod when coming in or out.

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

There's a great couple of restaurants nearby, and of course an even greater range a slight further walk into Manchester. There are a number of takeaways and shops that are conveniently located nearby, too, such as Co-Op and a local shop with very friendly staff. The parking is decent if you can find a spot for free on the roadside, however there is a very cheap carpark on the same road for £4 or so a day. Transport links include a bus stop frequented by a lot of busses headed into Manchester, and Salford/Bolton lines out, 10-15 mins walk for the 98 and others that direction. Trams are abysmal in this area, however, due to the lack of expansion in this direction. ASB is rare but has occurred on Hulme street by a car or two frequenting the area - police have been seen a handful of times in order to deal with this and it seems to have stopped. This was not a concern though. Noise is dependant on which side you live on; Inside - I'd imagine you could hear the rest of the development being built but I can't attest to that. Hulme street - fairly quiet except a hum from something the building works is currently using (work hours only) but is not a big deal imo. Also worth noting that if you live on this side, you get 0 sun. If you live on 7th floor upwards though, you get a view of the park. Back Hulme St (Stephenson house) - during work hours you can hear the concrete mixing plant works, a train that regularly delivers concrete mix (which is fairly loud as the driver leaves the engine on) and occasional beeping from a car delivery / workshop / sales place where everyone who goes in and leaves beeps to ask someone to push a remote button in order to open the barrier. As for the other side (Harriet House), I can imagine they experience similar to the above, but would less likely hear the occasional horn. Regarding bars: Deansgate is 15 or so mins walk from here and Spinningfields is 10. Very convenient location for Salford University too.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Maintenance is okay, have been prompt with things I've brought up but sometimes have done a shoddy job of things. I once asked for the wall to be painted over where they'd moved the loo roll holder and he painted the wall fine... He also unfortunately managed to paint everywhere else too. There were huge drops of paint on the floor, paint on every door handle to get to the bathroom (including the hallway and lift buttons too!!), on my clothes as I'd had a clothes rack out, my coats... I was furious. It also then got brought up in my inventory report as a reason why I was being recharged, despite my mentioning it.

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

(Prior to moving in in 2023) What apartment exactly I was going to be moving into - i.e. mine had no sun and a terrible view in comparison). What start date they were giving me instead of the one I had asked for. That the podium garden wasn't available. Some apartments' HVAC systems (the air circulation system) had failing fans and made loud noises when turned on - Mine was eventually replaced but unsure if everyone's has now. There was a backlog of them on order. That there was building works going on on the other side to extend the building and that I'd be able to hear it and the machinery in the apartment I was moving into. That the events were barely running (if any at all). That management was falling apart and everyone was leaving (this has happened now and replaced with a much better team overall). (Prior to moving apartment in 2024) Nothing, most things are great now apart from things outside of the management's control.

5

Facilities

4

Design

5

Location

4

Value

5

Management


Fabulous place to live in a dreamy location

N Blume (Tenant)

Verified Resident

Equipment Works, E17

Jul 2024

The layout and design of the flats, communal spaces and building as a while is great. If I had to raise one tiny point it would be that the mailroom can get quite chaotic and hard to find packages, but this is a really minor point. Aside from that everything is thought about with the renters in mind. The place feels friendly and safe and in a superb location,

Please tell us about the good and bad aspects of living in your local area:

I've only recently moved in, but everything feels so very comfortable and well taken care of. 24 hour staff are friendly and approachable, the living space is spacious and ideal for me and my family, and the location is perfect.

How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:

Quickly and efficiently. Although I haven't had much to report in about.

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

I have nothing to add really. So far it's all been very positive.

5

Facilities

5

Design

4

Location

5

Value

5

Management


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