NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN images reveal the inside of the new housing development described as "Brighton’s newest neighbourhood".

The CGIs of Edward Street Quarter show off a sleek and spacious design, modern and contemporary features, an exclusive roof terrace and spectacular views of the sea beyond.

Based in the centre of Brighton, the £120 million redevelopment of the former AMEX House will offer one, two and three-bedroom apartments, with many boasting balconies and sharing a communal roof terrace.

The Argus: A view of a living room in one of the 168 new homes being built on Edward StreetA view of a living room in one of the 168 new homes being built on Edward Street

Steve Eccles, project director at First Base - one of the companies developing the new neighbourhood, said the development has been specifically designed to incorporate features to boost mental and physical wellbeing.

He said: “The showstopper is without a doubt our exclusive roof terrace, which will enable residents to get to know one another, adding to the feelgood factor of living by the sea in an exciting and vibrant new community.

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

“For anyone looking for a contemporary home just minutes away from the seaside, the new neighbourhood at Edward Street Quarter is ideal.”

Along with 168 new homes, with private and affordable units, the new development will also offer office space, cafes, and retail and leisure facilities.

James Epps, director of land and new homes and residential agency for Oakley Property, said: “Edward Street Quarter presents a fresh vision of contemporary urban living not seen before in the city.

“The development will help meet the demands of modern life, including spaces designed for home working, premium cycle facilities and a spectacular roof terrace with views across the Brighton skyline and towards the sea.”

Director of residential development sales at Savills Tom Bryant said: “We have already seen strong demand from a range of different buyers, all seeking a sense of community and access to the vibrancy that Brighton has to offer.”

Prices for homes in Edward Street Quarter range from £300,000 to £760,000.

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