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Work is set to begin on the banks of the River Trent where 95 properties are being built.
The mixture of apartments and houses will be built on the bank where the Nottingham and Beeston Canal meets the river.
The development, which will be known as Trent Bridge Quays, is a project by Elevate in a joint venture with Investin plc.
David Hargreaves, managing director of agents FHP said: “Trent Bridge Quays provides purchasers with easy access to the city for work and West Bridgford’s bars, restaurants and retail offering for leisure. It’s a very clever location for all sorts of reasons.
“It is not in the city centre nor in West Bridgford but has a foot in both camps, with easy access to both the city centre and West Bridgford.”
Trent Bridge Quays is described as “affordable luxury” with properties ranging in price from £135,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, to £750,000 for a three-bedroom penthouse with rooftop garden and views across Nottingham and along the River Trent.
The development will consist of a range of three storey townhouses, all with terraces, and apartments in large blocks next to the River Trent and Meadow Lane.
There will also be retail opportunities with two units available in the development.
Steve Dodd, managing director of Elevate Property Group, said: “Trent Bridge Quays is being built in one of the most desirable areas in Nottingham.
“West Bridgford is the most expensive area of real estate in the East Midlands and so this development represents a significant project for Elevate.”
He added: “The development sits within the Waterside Regeneration Area and has been specifically designed to provide a new public promenade along the river for pedestrians and cyclists.”
Construction is expected to start soon with the first homes being available from the end of 2018.
Mr Hargreaves said they were anticipating keen demand for Trent Bridge Quays.
He said: “It is close by West Bridgford where house prices range from £200,000 to £4 million, an area that has the feel of a London suburb such as Chiswick or Putney.
“The area was named in a 2016 Lloyds Bank survey as a property hotspot and one of the most desirable places to live in the UK.
“We are already receiving inquiries about early off-plan opportunities, and we believe this reflects the strong interest there will be in this development.”