Aimed at graduates and young professionals, The Robinson includes 458 Build-to-Rent homes across three buildings, ranging between 10 and 21 storeys. Bold and eclectic, the scheme is complemented by a range of social spaces. The Robinson’s focus throughout is on eclectic, design-led living for style conscious residents.
The outdoor spaces at The Robinson are a prime example of this. The Festival Gardens is a large podium garden with several distinct areas. There’s a serene, secluded ‘peace garden’, swings, a dog park and a Mad Hatter’s Garden with drum BBQ and outdoor dining facilities.
The roof terrace is an epic space that’s awash with colour – including everything to make the most of the incredible views and great outdoors – from sun loungers and deck chairs to work-from-home caravans, neighbouring the iconic Wembley Stadium arch.
The Robinson is also home to an impressive resident lounge at the top of the building. It’s a “work hard, play hard” space, with work-from-home pods, a dining room, a split-level courtyard with slide between each floor, and a Damien Hirst-inspired polka-dot London taxi coffee bar that soared above Wembley Stadium as it was lifted into place by a crane.
Located immediately adjacent to the stadium, it also provides a linked basement car park for residents 141, a ground level coach park 77, and two levels of accessible parking 202 for Wembley Stadium.