Innovative build-to-rent operator Apo has reached the landmark milestone of full occupation at its second London-based rental neighbourhood, Apo Kew Bridge, in just fourteen months. 

Having welcomed its first residents in January 2022, the new West London development, located at the heart of the Brentford East regeneration project and wrapped around the Gtech Community Stadium, has surpassed all targets following a spectacular year of lettings activity and is setting the standard for new BTR developments in the capital.

Apo Kew Bridge offers 487 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments across four buildings. The apartments have a selection of communal amenities, including co-working spaces, rooftop terraces, wellness studios, a gym, a snug kitchen and versatile shared lounges. Located next to Kew Bridge station (South Western Railway) and just a ten-minute walk from nearby Gunnersbury Station (District Line), Apo Kew Bridge is well-placed to offer easy connectivity to Central London and beyond.

Apo is ideal for a modern renter looking for a new home in a post-pandemic world. Each of Apo’s vibrant communities offers a range of resident services and lifestyle amenities rolled into a customisable package designed to cater to the new contemporary trend of people working, socialising and entertaining from their homes. Apo facilitates resident networking through its rolling calendar of social events, from sunset barbeques and beer-tasting workshops to regular street food pop-ups, yoga classes, craft sessions and live music nights – all bookable via the easy-to-use resident app.

Matt Finch, director of Brand at Apo Group, comments: ‘We are delighted to announce that our second scheme, Apo Kew Bridge, is now fully occupied. Since its launch, the development has seen exceptionally high levels of interest, and we are proud to have reached this significant milestone in just fourteen months. It demonstrates the real demand for flexible, inclusive, and exciting options for renters and proves that we are delivering homes where people can live, work and play from under one roof. We look to continue this momentum and bring the Apo lifestyle to more renters around the UK, including our third and newest location in Liverpool.’’

Apo Kew Bridge follows its sister site, Apo Barking, which reached full occupancy of its 595 apartments just fifteen months after launching during the pandemic. 


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