Welcome to Greenford Quay
Greenford Quay is a thriving waterfront community with stylish apartments and state-of-the-art communal areas. Situated in West London (just 30 minutes from central London), residents can look forward to a combination of nature and entertainment for the epitome of city living.
A variety of on-site amenities await you at Greenford Quay, from move-in teams to a 24-hour concierge service, residents’ lounge to a rooftop terrace, and cinema to a modern gym. Enjoy vibrant living with a feeling of community.
Say goodbye to hassle! All of the sleek studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments at Greenford Quay offer direct support with the landlord, as well as hassle-free contracts and a dedicated team taking care of the entire process.
Read more about the lifestyle at Greenford Quay, and discover a better way to rent in London!
Fitness at Greenford Quay
Attain peak fitness with a range of gyms and sports centre, including an on-site option at Greenford Quay and plenty of workout options in the local areas of Greenford and Ealing. It’s time to get that heart rate pumping.
You don’t need to travel far to work up a sweat thanks to an on-site residents’ gym at Greenford Quay. Renters have access to the latest fitness equipment, from high-intensity cardio machines to weightlifting options.
Greenford Sports Centre
Greenford Sports Centre features a 35-station gym with all the latest cardio and resistance equipment. Expand your workout options and head to one of the many classes where you can partake in dance or martial arts and even enjoy a spot of tennis.
Good Times Yoga
Perfect alignment and spiritual renewal are on the agenda at Good Times Yoga. Teacher Tania Shillam offers classes on vinyasa, dynamic, shakti power yoga ashtanga and yin yoga. No matter your preference, Good Times Yoga has an option for you.
Tribeca Studios offers a range of fitness options, including cardio, dance and yoga. There are three classes for £20 for beginners and a wide-ranging selection of teachers who specialise in several different fitness mediums.
Restaurants and Retail Near Greenford Quay
Read on to find out some of our recommendations of where to visit in your first few weeks living at Greenford Quay!
L'oro di Napoli
L'oro di Napoli in Ealing is where you can sample traditional Neapolitan pizza from a wood fire oven. There is a range of pizzas -including fried - as well as an extensive wine list and tasty homemade desserts.
Honest Burgers has quickly become one of London’s most popular burger joints, and residents of Greenford Quay can enjoy a branch near the development.
Blue Orchid Restaurant and Civil Engineer Bar
A family-run pub right in the heart of nearby Ruislip, Blue Orchid Restaurant and Civil Engineer Bar is ideal for a leisurely drink or top-notch pub grub.
Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre
Residents of Greenford Quay have plenty of shopping options on their doorstep, one of which is Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre. From chain favourites to the odd, quirky delight, spend a few hours exploring everything on offer at the shopping centre.
Get Social at Greenford Quay
From football stadiums to arenas, and local pubs to wine bars, residents at Greenford Quay can extend the community vibe on offer at the development to the local and surrounding areas.
Situated on the popular Green, Crispins is a wine bar that sees plenty of visitors - from locals to those who are new in the area. Try great wines in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Home of the England National Football Team, nearby Wembley is a 90,000 seater stadium that hosts a variety of sporting and musical events.
Not to be confused with the stadium, Wembley Area hosts some of the biggest musical acts on the planet and has a 12,500 capacity.
The Grange, Ealing
The Grange is a popular Victorian pub in Ealing that overlooks the common. Head there after work and enjoy a few drinks with friends, or enjoy a weekend bite to eat.
Local Area Around Greenford Quay
Read on to find out our recommendations in the local area...
Once a rural village, today Ealing is a thriving and busy area that blends scenic open spaces with boutique shops, restaurants and local cafes. Ealing comprises Ealing Common, Ealing Broadway, West Ealing and South Ealing.
Grand Union Canal
Located just moments from Greenford Quays, the Grand Union Canal is part of the British Canal system and starts in London and ending in Birmingham. It stretches over 137 miles and goes through Leicester, Slough, Aylesbury, Wendover and Northampton.
One of Ealing’s most picturesque open spaces, Gunnersbury Park houses two Grade II listed buildings and was first opened as a public park in 1926. There’s also a museum, which has art exhibitions, and a cafe where you can grab a quick beverage after a scenic stroll.