The International Quarter consists of two areas of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park:
- The project will deliver four million sq. ft. of Grade ‘A’ office accommodation, 333 new residential units and community facilities within a 22 acre (c.9 hectare) site
- Almost one million sq. ft. is already pre-let, with the Financial Conduct Authority and Transport for London occupying the first two buildings, and The British Council and Cancer Research sharing a third.
- Over 25,000 people will work at International Quarter when complete
- Investments from Deutsche Bank and Legal & General totalled more than £615m of forward sales for the first two commercial buildings on site
- Buildings designed with wellbeing in mind, Stratford’s unrivalled sporting facilities and green open spaces will create the healthiest, most connected environment for staff to lead a balanced lifestyle.
- Buildings will benefit from 100% fresh air to all workspaces
- Full-height glazing will optimise natural daylight and electronically monitor and respond to outside climatic conditions
- The International Quarter Web Site
International Quarter North
International Quarter North is adjacent to Stratford International Stations. The development will consist of four buildings, two commercial buildings of 300,000sq ft and two others yet to be confirmed.
International Quarter South
During the Games of 2012, this area was used as the main entrance and security area for visitors to the Games and as a hospitality and VIP staging area.
It has since started to be re-developed by a partnership between Lend Lease and LCR into a mixed residential, retail and office space with the following areas:
Glasshouse Gardens are two contemporary 17 and 30-storey residential buildings completed in 2016.
They have studios and 1, 2 and 3-bedroom accommodation. Architects were Allies and Morrison, and Tim Bernerd & Partners.
265,000 square feet, occupied from 2017.
The FCA occupies 425,000 sq ft of a 515,000 sq ft building, moving in during 2018. The FCA has its own entrance in Endeavour Square.
Accessed via its 1 Westfield Avenue entrance, it is also occupied by UNICEF, Workable and The Insolvency Service. This building is now fully let.
Cancer Research and British Council
At 2 Redman Place, this building started to be occupied in 2019. Also houses the Fintech company FNZ.
The remainder of International Quarter South is being developed for both commercial and residential use. This will include the 21-storey Turing Building at 3 Westfield Avenue, due to open in 2022.