Contractors working on the new Harbour Arch Quay development at Sutton Harbour in Plymouth have begun pouring and forming the first-floor concrete slab, achieving a significant milestone for the project.
Located on Sutton Harbour’s north eastern quay, the Harbour Arch Quay development by Sutton Harbour Group, will offer 12 stylish two and three-bedroom apartments in addition to two luxurious penthouses in Britain’s Ocean City and is due to be completed for occupancy in spring next year.
With the core structure of the unique development of elegant waterfront apartments overlooking Plymouth’s historic harbour and marina already completed, it is expected that the new concrete slab for each floor of the building will be formed and poured each between one to two weeks. The roof slab, topping off the ninth storey, is expected to be poured at the end of October.
Philip Beinhaker, Executive Chairman of Sutton Harbour Group was joined by Andrew McGoldrick, Senior Project Manager and Rod Short, Managing Director of Moor Manage, construction managers of the project, at an intimate ceremony to mark the step forward.
Harbour Arch Quay, designed by Plymouth-based ADG Architecture Design Graphics, will be a striking new addition to the Sutton Harbour waterfront, offering spectacular views over the marina and Plymouth Sound. Sutton Harbour Group and Moor Manage are working with structural engineers Airey & Coles and MEP engineers Hoare Lea on the project.
At ground floor level, there is the lobby entrance and space for a commercial unit, as well as significant public realm improvements outside to enhance the harbourside setting.
Philip Beinhaker, Executive Chairman of Sutton Harbour Group, said: “The development of Harbour Arch Quay is the reawakening of the regeneration of the east side of Plymouth’s historic harbourfront, one of the finest in the UK.
“Further development will follow with the Sugar Quay complex, which will transform the city’s famous waterfront, regenerating the long-overlooked east side, enhancing this area of the harbourside and make it more accessible and welcoming for residents of Plymouth, visitors, and tourists, along with the enhanced integration of the residential communities to the east and Plymouth city centre.”
Sugar Quay, a £60million, 21-storey landmark building on the eastern side of the harbour, will offer 170 apartments, restaurants, and shops, and was unanimously approved backed by Plymouth City Council’s Planning Committee earlier this year. Work on this project is expected to begin next year.
Harbour Arch Quay will occupy space between Pinnacle Quay, home to apartments and the popular HonkyTonk Wine Library and Daisy’s Tea Rooms on the ground floor, and Salt Quay House, which is the headquarters for leading South West professional services firms such as Foot Anstey and Bishop Fleming.
Apartments will be appointed to the highest specifications and will feature floor to ceiling windows, open plan living spaces and large private terraces, along with the spectacular views to the marina, the Barbican and the Hoe to the south east.
Contemporary design is being enhanced with the use of high-quality materials and finishes on the build to add to the distinctiveness of Sutton Harbour’s waterfront and complimenting neighbouring buildings.
For more information about Harbour Arch Quay, visit www.harbourarchquay.com. The selling agents for this development is Atwell Martin.
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To find out more about Sutton Harbour Group and planned future developments on Plymouth’s waterfront, visit www.suttonharbourgroup.com