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  • Harbour View

    Harbour View is a new development of 30 3 & 4 bedrooms houses located on the Prince of Wales dock.  All homes have achieved a Level 4 rating in the Code for Sustainable Homes, which means they are architecturally-designed to be as environmentally sustainable as possible.  For more information please call our sales executive, Ruth 01792 462 877 or click here.

  • Village Hotel

    The Village Hotel opened its doors in March 2007 and comprises 116 bedrooms, conference facilities and meeting rooms. The hotel also includes a restaurant, café, bar and a Health and Leisure Club with fitness suite, pool, spa, sauna and steam room.
  • Mariner's Court Residential

    Coastal Housing Association have now completed the construction of this development of residential retirement units. The scheme consists of 79 units in 2 blocks of 5 and 3 stories, with a striking courtyard at the heart of the development.

     

  • Dental Referral Centre

    This new 38,000 sq ft Dental Referral Centre development by Parkway Gould LLP has recently been completed. The scheme includes underground parking as well as associated office space on the upper floors. Parkway Clinic and Neat Teeth Orthodontics are now operating from this state of the art building at SA1.
  • Llys Hafan Residential

    Gwalia Group are on site to develop this high quality Affordable Housing scheme. The development will include 54 Affordable Housing units with underground parking and an attractive courtyard. The development has now reached completion.
  • Waterfront Community Church

    In early 2006 Swansea Apostolic Church relocated from premises in Swansea City Centre to this state of the art bespoke building at SA1 Swansea Waterfront. Covering 6000 sq ft, the dynamic new landmark building is now the centre of the Church’s activities and also incorporates a café snack bar. The Church has been active in Swansea since the 1920s and was previously based on St Helen’s Road. The new accommodation is needed for the growing congregation and to bring the Church’s range of activities together in a more efficient way.
  • Harbour Square Residential

    In their first venture in the UK, South Korean developer CoDA has been selected to undertake this spectacular residential development. The scheme, which is split into 2 separate buildings, will consists of 424 residential units, 7 retail units on the ground floor, and underground parking. The development will also boast state of the art sustainable technology, including a biomass boiler and rainwater harvesting system.
  • Ellipse Offices

    The recently completed Ellipse comprises a 42,700 sq ft (3,967 sq m) Grade A office building on SA1 Swansea Waterfront. The giazed atrium and reception creates a modern appearance and enables easy access for tenants to both wings of the floorplate. Ellipse occupies a prominent location at the gateway entrance to the waterfront development with frontage onto Fabian Way.
  • Langdon House Offices

    Langdon House is a prestigious office development by London & Wharfedale, part funded by Objective One and it is an integral part of SA1 Swansea Waterfront. This 42,000 sq ft BREEAM Excellent building provides modern energy efficient, quality offices for SME's in units ranging from 2,169 sq ft to 15,979 sq ft.  Its unique architecture incorporates glazed suspended walkways, balconies and a secure high quality glazed external atrium. Construction of the building is now complete and more than half of the units are occupied.

  • South Quay Residential

    Quest Homes are on site to construct the second phase of apartments at SA1 Swansea Waterfront, rising from seven to eleven stories. The apartments will include 1 and 2 bedroom units and luxury penthouse suites.  Development set for Autumn 2010 completion.
  • Altamar Residential

    Bellway Homes have developed a range of apartments, rising from five to nine storeys, comprising 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units and luxury penthouse suites. The building was completed in February 2006.
  • Morgan Cole

    UK Law firm, Morgan Cole became the first business to move into SA1 Swansea Waterfront creating 50 new jobs.

    A bespoke office building measuring 2,787 sqm (30,000 sq ft) was designed and developed to meet their specific operational requirements, situated in a prime position on the bank of the River Tawe overlooking the Maritime Quarter.

  • Admiral House

    This spectacularly curving, glass fronted building offers 80,000 sq ft of air conditioned office space occupied by Admiral Insurance. The building was extended in November 2006 and also benefits from underground parking.
  • Norwegian Church

    Grade II listed former Norwegian Church originally located at Newport Docks was relocated to Swansea in 1910. The building comprises of a Seaman’s Mission to the west end and a gothic church to the east end. The church was covered in scaffolding and carefully dismantled in order to restore and relocate it at the heart of the development - alongside the two other historic buildings - the distinctive red bricked J Shed and Ice House, to create a ‘story board’ of the former Swansea Docks.
  • J Shed

    The J-Shed is an impressive Grade II listed former grain warehouse built circa 1895. The J Shed is a large red brick building with a pitched slate roof comprising 3,068 sq m (33,022 sq ft) over two floors with a plot area of 0.29 ha (0.72 acres). The building enjoys a prominent position overlooking the dockside. The J Shed, which has been completely renovated, incorporates a restaurant, hairdresser and an arts arcade, as well as a 20 New York-style “live and work” duplex lofts on the upper floors giving the building a rolling 24-hour life.
  • The Moorings Residential

    Howard & Palmer (SA1) Ltd have received planning permission for 91 1, 2 and 3 bed units on the River Tawe frontage of SA1 Swansea Waterfront. The development will include undercroft parking and a separate café/restaurant unit on Ice House Square.
  • Ice House

    The Ice House with its distinctive stack is an attractive Grade II listed building built originally circa 1880, for the production of ice and associated cold storage for shipping, with accommodation on three levels in part.

    The building is situated on the east bank of the River Tawe between Technium and the new Sail Bridge crossing. The Ice House has been acquired by Landas Ltd with contracts exchanged in July 2005.  The refurbished building incorporates a Gallery and Thai restaurant with 6 live / work apartments.

  • Technium

    This 21,000 sq ft building is located on Technium Square and overlooks the River Tawe and Marina. The facility includes incubation units varying in size from 390 sq ft to 1,900 sq ft and a separate shared office where individuals can rent a desk space. The building also includes a reception/communal break-out area, meeting rooms and shared kitchen facilities.
  • Technium

    Located across Technium Square from building 1, this 39,000 sq ft facility includes larger offices up to 2,600 sq ft.The building also includes a reception/communal break-out area, conference room, meeting rooms and shared kitchen facilities.
    The following services are managed centrally by Technium:
    External building cleaning
    Janitorial services
    24 hour security / alarm system
    Internal decoration
    Lift maintenance
    Fire prevention, pest control, planting
  • Ethos Offices

    The Ethos Office Development reached completion in May 2008 and is now fully let. The building, with crisp white render and extensive glazing, provides world class office space combined with an enviable frontage over the River Tawe.   
  • Sail Bridge

    Sail Bridge is one of two new pedestrian/cycle bridges which form an integral part of the strategy to link the new SA1 Swansea Waterfront development with the existing Maritime Quarter and city centre. The bridge measures 142 metres long, weighs a total of 292 tonnes and features a vast 40 metre high mast. The central pier, sunk deep into the riverbed, anchors the mast in position. The sweeping design of the bridge with its curved deck, inclined central mast and radiating cables, resembles a yacht’s rigging and creates an impressive ‘sail like’ appearance linking the banks of the River Tawe. The design for the bridge was drawn up by Wilkinson Eyre Architects and the Flint & Neill Partnership, internationally renowned engineers. Wilkinson Eyre were part of the design team responsible for the famous ‘winking eye’ bridge at Gateshead and have also designed the new National Waterfront Museum at the nearby Maritime Quarter. The Sail Bridge was awarded 1st prize in the categories of Architectural Enhancement and for Projects of a value in excess of £0.5 million at the City and County of Swansea Lord Major Design Awards.
  • Waterstone Mixed Use

    Waterstones Estates Ltd have acquired a half acre waterfront site at SA1 Swansea Waterfront and has secured Tesco and Whitbread as tenants for the Mixed Use Development. The development includes a 4,000 sq ft Tesco Express to serve local residents and a Whitbread restaurant on the ground floor with a 132 bed Premier Inn above. They will be developed on a prime site overlooking the Prince of Wales dock.

     

     

  • Coastal Housing - Affordable Housing

    Coastal Housing have acquired a prime site overlooking the Prince of Wales dock and have submitted plans to build 69 affordable apartments. The new building - which will have a 'brown' bio-diverse roof which will be naturally seeded with local flora - has been designed to achieve an impressive 4* rating under the Code for Sustainable Homes.

     

 
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