Weekends can get quite boring without activity and excitement. If you find yourself seeking thrill, action and adventure, head over to London’s largest outdoor sporting venue – The Hub – located in Regent Park, near Marylebone in Central London.
Called London’s ‘jewel in the crown’, Regent’s Park is a botanical garden and one of the Royal Parks covering 197 hectares of prime Central London locality. The park is home to some of the most iconic establishments in London, including the Royal Botanic Society and the Zoological Society. Today, the park plays home to a very exciting establishment, The Hub.
From soccer to cricket and rugby to horse racing, this outdoor sporting venue has something for everybody. Opening out onto the magnificent, manicured lawns of the Grade I listed parkland, The Hub offers both recreational and sporting activities and facilities to visitors.
The internal layout of the centre is divided into multiple 75 sqm multi-purpose rooms, each of which hosts many games and sports from bingo to baccarat and table tennis to bowling. Apart from being managed by the committee overlooking the maintenance of the Regent’s Park, the venue can also be leased out by organisations and individuals. As of date, The Hub has played host to thousands of product launches, birthday parties and bar mitzvahs.
Sporting leads to property sales
Our estate agent in London, Greater London Properties believes that the presence of The Hub has triggered the demand for properties in and around Regent’s Park. This community-friendly recreational centre has also created a demand for both mid-end and high-end properties near Central London.
Most recently, The Compton, a luxury high-rise apartment complex designed and developed in St John’s Wood has caught the eye of prospective home buyers. A short walk from Regent’s Park, the development is renowned for its state-of-the-art communal facilities, full-fledged gymnasium and roof terrace.
It isn’t just properties around Regent’s Park that are seeing a rise in demand. King’s Cross, which is a short 10-minute drive from The Hub, has also seen a rise in listing for properties for sale in King’s Cross.