Early in 2016, Dickens Yard celebrated the launch of a unique new space at its central location: Charlotte's W5. This original concept, recognised as a 'third place', is not a bar or restaurant but a hub for the local residential and business community.
Charlotte's W5 offers an opportunity for residents of Dickens Yard and the wider Ealing community to meet over a drink with friends, enjoy a meal or use the space as an informal work environment.
Located in a former listed stable block, the design-led Charlotte's W5 has retained its concrete floors, original stable doors and exposed brickwork, with an elegant yet understated design that smoothly transitions from morning to evening.
Charlotte's W5 is a landmark outlet within the sleek and distinctive residential quarter of Dickens Yard, where residential buildings are connected by well-lit public squares lined with shops, bars and restaurants offering a host of opportunities to residents and the Ealing community.
With over 90% of Dickens Yard now sold, only a selection of highly specified apartments remain within the penultimate phase, the Vista Apartments. A collection of exceptional 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses are currently available, highlighted as a key investment opportunity due to their prime location in Ealing.
A recent research report by property specialists JLL predicted that the value of homes in Ealing will increase by 50% over the next five years as a result of the new Crossrail station, making Ealing one of the most sought-after residential areas in London.