Fresh takes over Kingston Plaza PBSA alongside Northridge

Fresh announces that it has successfully taken over the management of the Kingston Plaza PBSA scheme in Kingston Upon Thames.

Fresh will officially be managing the Kingston Plaza PBSA scheme alongside owner Northridge Capital | PBSA News
Fresh will officially be managing the Kingston Plaza PBSA scheme alongside owner Northridge Capital. Image credit: Ilya Grigorik, CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Residential manager and operator Fresh has successfully taken over the management of Kingston Plaza, a purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) scheme in Kingston Upon Thames, London.

The 130-bed Kingston Plaza scheme will now be managed by Fresh and owned by existing client to the company Northridge Capital.

“I am pleased to announce that Fresh has grown its relationship with Northridge by taking up the management of the Kingston Plaza, which is our second joint property in Kingston. Fresh has a great track record of resident engagement and wellbeing through our Be Wellbeing Programme and this latest achievement signals Fresh’s growing presence within Kingston and its commitment to providing residents an excellent student accommodation experience for its residents in the thriving student area of Kingston.”

Eddie Kane, Head of Division for London, South and Wales, Fresh

Kingston Plaza features amenities such as a cinema room, study room, games room, lounge, communal kitchen, vending machines, laundry and cycle storage.

The development appeals to students from the surrounding Kingston, St Mary’s, Roehampton and Richmond universities.

While currently managing the Davidson House PBSA for Northridge, Kingston Plaza will be the third scheme operated by Fresh in Kingston upon Thames alongside the 130-bed Quebec House scheme.

Earlier in the year, the company was also appointed to manage The Island Quarter PBSA scheme in Nottingham.

“We are delighted to be continuing our partnership with Fresh whom we have worked with for over ten years. Their professionalism and can-do attitude to their role as manager on Davidson House has made it an easy decision to bring them, on board as the newly appointed manager. We look forward to continuing and growing the relationship with Fresh.”

Michael McCauley, Managing Director (MD), Northridge Capital