Property management firm Lee Baron has been appointed to service West End Quay, the first residential estate to be rebuilt in London’s Paddington Basin.
The Rialto Properties estate at Praed Street consists of three contemporary blocks, Westcliffe, Peninsula and Balmoral, totalling 467 one, two, and three-bedroomed flats and penthouse apartments, 13 ground-floor commercial units and a two-level underground car park.
Lee Baron will carry out day-to-day estate management of the West End Quay homes and maintenance of the common areas in compliance with current health and safety legislation.
The Paddington Basin area is fast becoming a new quarter of London, with West End Quay residences seen as an integral part of this transformation. Little Venice is within walking distance along the canal. Underground stations for the Circle, District, Bakerloo, Elizabeth and Hammersmith & City lines are all nearby.
The estate is next to St Mary’s Hospital campus, where there are plans to create the largest outpatient department in London. Other neighbouring construction projects include the Renzo Piano-designed Paddington Cube.
Ian Jones, Lee Baron’s group chief operating officer, said: “We’re thrilled to be taking on the management of West End Quay, which is a landmark development in one of London’s most famous areas.”