From the upcoming completion of Phase I at Republic in East London, to revealing plans for the Great Northern Warehouse in Manchester, to hiring new members of staff, Trilogy has been extremely busy throughout 2017.
At the start of the year, Trilogy Property Ltd became Trilogy Real Estate LLP as Trilogy formed a partnership. Speaking about the development, Robert Wolstenholme said "Trilogy’s strength [is] in unlocking value from unloved assets through creative repositioning. We are now actively seeking built assets or joint-ventures, where transformational mixed-use schemes can respond to fast-moving trends in work, retail and leisure.”
2017 has seen fantastic progress on Republic in London's East India Dock. The building has been transformed from a tired office campus in 220,000 sq ft of office, retail and restaurants to create a radically transformed workplace experience. Republic has already attracted an impressive range of tenants, such as The Trampery (named one of the best co-working spaces in London by the Evening Standard and The Wharf), Deliveroo, Threepipe (an award-winning full-service digital agency from Covent Garden), and the British Journal of Photography. Trilogy hosted a soft launch of Republic for agents at the beginning of December. With Phase I almost complete, permission has also been granted for work to begin on Capstan House, the second phase of the development. Take a look at the transformation below:
There has also been plenty of progress at the Great Northern Warehouse in Manchester during 2017. In August, Trilogy revealed plans for the Great Northern, including a green public space, a new pedestrian street, and high quality residential accommodation. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive and over 200 people came to view the public exhibition. The plans were drawn up by a team of consultants that includes masterplanner Will Alsop’s aLL Design, architect SimpsonHaugh, Altrincham-based landscape specialists Planit-IE and interior architect Johnson Naylor. Take a look at the plans below:
With so much progress being made, Trilogy look forward to keeping you up-to-date on all the developments that occur in 2018.
Take a look at some of our favourite photographs of the year below.