Edward Street Quarter is the £120 million redevelopment of the former AMEX House in Brighton, owned by mixed-use developer First Base and Patron Capital.
Designed by BuckleyGreyYeoman, Edward Street Quarter is inspired by Brighton’s eclectic street scene and will introduce a new high-quality public realm, with three new public spaces created by renowned landscape designers Spacehub.
The scheme will deliver 110,000 sq ft of flexible space for Brighton’s burgeoning media and creative sectors and wider corporate community, making it the largest provision of workspace to be delivered in the city since 1993.
39,000 sq ft is also available for food and beverage, gyms, cinemas and retail units. Edward Street Quarter will also comprise 168 new homes, comprising a mix of private and affordable units to meet local demand.
Demolition of AMEX House is complete, with construction set to commence in summer 2019.
For more information, please visit http://edwardstreetquarter.com.
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