London development manager Avanton with partner investor Canada Israel gained planning for the 515-home tower at the regeneration of site formerly known as Wembley Point, moments from Stonebridge Park train station.
Designed by architects Patel Taylor, Stonebridge Place promises to redefine the Brent skyline.
The development consists of three distinct buildings, with the 32-storey tower, at its heart finished with a galls and terracotta facade.
A second stepped building will rise from 10 to 20 storeys, alongside a third building of three stories that will house a boxing gym and a public café.
Upon its completion in 2027, this tower will stand as the tallest building in Brent.
Gil Selzer, UK Managing Director of Canada Israel, said: “We are thrilled to continue expanding our London portfolio with the introduction of Stonebridge Place.
“Building on the incredible success of WEM Tower, this new development reaffirms our commitment to delivering a stylish residential experience for young adults in London.”
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