Local property owner and developer Sorbon Estates has submitted a planning application to The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead to construct a landmark apartment building at 106-114 High Street, Maidenhead.
The new building will comprise 108 apartments, many with attractive views across Kidwells Park and benefitting from large balconies. Importantly, the apartments will be provided with 102 car parking spaces, so no additional car parking pressure will be placed on local roads.
The building will occupy an important site at one of the town centre's main entry points, being situated close to the Castle Hill roundabout and A4 Bad Godesberg Way. This prominent location on West Street is visible from Bad Godesberg Way and currently comprises numerous unattractive rear service yards and car parks.
Sorbon has already successfully completed the conversion of the offices above the historic old High Street Post Office into 6 contemporary apartments. The proposed new landmark apartment building will link the two buildings together, whilst respecting the buildings' original facades, with striking new entrances to the accommodation from both the High Street and West Street. The original ground floor Post Office will be made available for commercial use and the development will restore this beautiful property to its original configuration with the demolition of the 2-storey 1980s office extension.
Sorbon Estates has acquired a number of properties within West Street with a view to regenerating this important part of Maidenhead town centre. The scheme at 106-114 High Street is the first of three proposed new buildings, which will look to transform West Street from a service road into a vibrant, fresh destination featuring high-quality designed buildings.
If you are curious to learn more, take a quick look on our website today at https://www.sorbonestates.com/developments/berkshire/towns/maidenhead/ or contact us for a viewing on 01494 671331.