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Old March 25th, 2016, 11:55 PM   #1
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LONDON | Stratosphere | 122m | 38 fl | U/C

New residential towers are now U/C in Stratford, London


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Telford Homes' Stratosphere a Symbol of Neighbourhood Renewal
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A decade ago, there wasn't much skyscraper representation in London's Stratford area. But with the 2012 Olympic Games and the legacy projects that remain, the neighbourhood has become the city's newest hub for leisure and culture. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the largest park created in Europe over the past 150 years, and a remarkable conclave of world-class sports venues await the residents of a now-booming development scene. The fast-emerging Stratford is developing a skyline of its own, with Telford Homes at the head of its evolution. Their two-tower 38- and 12-storey Stratosphere project has reached its structural high point, with the facade sealing in the bones of what will be a 307-apartment complex.
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