Brighton Skies photographers reach new heights at Edward Street Quarter

Brighton Skies photographers reach new heights at Edward Street Quarter

Photographers from the Brighton Skies Facebook Group captured the first sunset shots from Brighton’s newest view – the roof terrace at Edward Street Quarter.

Their beautiful images showcase the views from the residents’ roof terrace which is the showstopping feature of the new neighbourhood.

The photographers were invited for a sneak peek by Socius, which is developing the site in collaboration with First Base, Patron Capital and Investec alongside delivery partner McLaren Construction.

Views from the roof terrace stretch from The Royal Pavilion to Brighton Palace Pier and BAi360 and on a clear day it will even be possible to see the Isle of Wight.

The roof terrace wraps around the south and western side of the building, so residents can also look out across Kemp Town’s regency architecture, Brighton city centre and towards the top of the South Downs near Worthing.

Brighton Skies member Eliza Kaczynska-Nay, said: “It really is an amazing view on top of here with the expanse of the sea, the Downs and the horizon. I absolutely love it.”

Photographer Anna Tinner, added: “Seeing The Royal Pavilion from this angle and being able to capture it in all its splendour was the highlight for me. You never get to see it from this height.”

Brighton Skies member Michael Harris commented: “I really like seeing things from a new vantage point. It’s a pretty fantastic view of the Pavilion and it was amazing to view the city from a fresh perspective. It’s always great seeing something a bit different.”

The roof terrace forms part of the £120m mixed use development Edward Street Quarter, Brighton’s newest neighbourhood.

Based on Edward Street in the heart of Brighton, the development offers one, two and three-bedroom apartments – many with outside space and all with access to the impressive communal roof terrace.

Steve Eccles, Director at Socius, said: “We were so pleased to invite Brighton Skies members up to the roof terrace to capture these spectacular sunset shots.

“The residents’ roof terrace is a stunning feature at Edward Street Quarter and it will also help neighbours to get to know one another, strengthening the new community we’re building.”

There has been strong interest in the 60 apartments currently available for outright purchase, with many already under offer.

The largely pedestrianised new quarter with green spaces and public art installations will offer residents more spaces to relax, get active and socialise.

Edward Street Quarter also comprises 125,000 sq ft of Grade A office space, as well as 20,000 sq ft of leisure, retail and hospitality facilities.

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