Specialist property manager Braemar Estates has been appointed to manage the Bézier development at London’s Old Street roundabout.
Bézier, developed by Tudorvale, comprises 194 luxury apartments within two towers of 13-15 storeys, located at what is often referred to as Silicon roundabout, reflecting the large number of technology firms in the area.
The landmark development is situated in the centre of what is also known as an important London regeneration zone.
Bézier refers to the Bezier Curve, a type of arc used in design which is reflected in the building’s front facade, having been carefully designed to differentiate itself from linear, square and rectangular shapes that dictate so much of modern city architecture.
The development offers a range of luxurious suites, one and two-bedroom apartments with access to an on-site sauna, gym, roof garden and 24 hour concierge. It is situated nearby Old Street tube and train stations, with the City just a 10-minute walk away.
Chris March, chief executive of Braemar Estates, says: “We’re delighted to have been instructed to manage such a prestigious development and another landmark building in London. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with Tudorvale after having been appointed to manage a second development within their portfolio.”
Jon Thompson, operations director of Tudorvale, says: “The decision to appoint Braemar Estates on our flagship Bezier development is testament to their proven ability. Braemar is already managing our St Williams Court development which has given our relationship a strong start.”
This appointment follows the news in December 2013 that the Ground Rents Income Fund, a listed REIT for which Braemar Estates is property manager, acquired the freeholds for the Bezier development, Gateway Plaza in Barnsley and St Mark’s Square in Bromley.