If you haven’t been to Wembley Park in a while you’re in for a big surprise.
Wembley Park is an exciting new urban heart for Brent and North West London. A far cry from the previous unloved acres of car parking that was only used on event days, Wembley Park is now a place to enjoy 365 days a year, thanks to our developers Quintain who have invested over £2bn in our neighbourhood to date. Since 2004, Quintain has been working on Wembley Park as on one of London’s largest development schemes, transforming the long-neglected space around the National Stadium into a vibrant new district of London. You can now live, work, shop and play in this world-famous cultural neighbourhood, a globally-significant yet locally-loved London district.
Wembley Park Heritage
Wembley Park has the unique quality of a place which has made history for generations and still does. Its heritage began in 1792 when it gained its name at the hand of a leading landscape designer. Since then its size and proximity to central London has made it the natural location to hold large-scale and nationally-significant events.
The first of which was the British Empire Exhibition in the 1920s. Visitors flocked to the exhibition from around the world, and King George V’s opening speech was the first ever radio broadcast by a British monarch. The individual sites at the exhibition have been inspiration to the naming of some of Wembley Park’s buildings and roads today.
In more recent years, you might know Wembley Park for hosting two Olympic Games (in 1948 and in 2012) as well as the 1966 World Cup, Live Aid and innumerable defining moments in musical history such as the Beatles’ last UK concert.
Wembley Park at a glance
Wembley Park has evolved to create a brand new neighbourhood that brings business, people and experiences together. It’s a place alive with possibilities. Vibrant, diverse, and constantly changing. It has a legendary past, an iconic present and a place the world can call home.
Here is a quick round up of the top things to know about Wembley Park’s 85-acre neighbourhood today
High street brands
At London Designer Outlet everyone's favourite high street, big brand names are under one roof - with up to 70% of RRP. Boasting names such as Nike, Puma, The North Face, Lindt, Pro Cook, Tempur, Adidas and Levis, London Designer Outlet also has a variety of family favourite restaurants and a 9-screen Cineworld.
Wembley Park is also home to a number of independent retailers and eateries. Bike specialists Twenty3c, gender-neutral hair salon Chop Chop, independent yoga studio More Yoga, famous bakery and baking school Bread Ahead and authentic Italian eatery Pasta Remoli are just some of the independent retailers than enrich Wembley Park.
Boxpark Wembley is the largest Boxpark to date with over 25 street food vendors, the UK's first Bad Axe, VR experience MeetspaceVR and a packed programme of events.
Built in 1934 as the empire Pool, the arena has been an iconic music and live entertainment venue for over 80 years. After a substantial renovation of the Grade 2 listed building, it was renamed ‘the SSE Arena, Wembley’ in 2014.
Public art and culture
Culture vultures enjoy National Theatre productions at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre and a cultural programme including notable art installations such as Jason Bruges' 'The Shadow Wall' and Miriamandtom's Crossover artwork.
Looking for the best place to live in London? Well, Wembley Park might just be that place. We're committed to building high quality, stylish apartments with incredible amenities and facilities. So far we have built over 3,000 new homes, with 8,500 expected to be built by 2027. Most of our apartments are managed by Tipi - our rental offering with you in mind.
The Yellow is Wembley Park's community hub. A vibrant space that is the reimagined version of the traditional village hall. A meeting point for the community, for fun, education, support and so much more.
Wembley Park is 9 minutes from Marylebone and 12 minutes from Baker Street. There are over 3,000 parking spaces on site
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