The Bow Quarter is a vibrant residential development in east London. British Victorian industrial architecture meets New York loft apartment to create a truly unique living experience.
Many of the 733 apartments are in the Grade II listed Bryant and May match factory which was the site of the Match Girls' strike in 1888.
The Bow Quarter offers a range of facilities and services in a very secure environment.
The mature landscaped gardens at Bow Quarter provide an oasis of calm in an inner-city setting and are popular with all residents.
Bow Quarter’s full-time concierge team is dedicated to keeping residents safe and providing them with essential services. They are available 24 hours a day and are here to help.
On-site facilities include a leisure centre, a food store, laundry services and secure parking – everything residents need to make life easier.
A large proportion of Bow Quarter dwellings are in the former Bryant & May match factory. It was from here that the Match Girls went on strike in 1888.
Bow Quarter is a close community and residents have set up several thriving grass-roots clubs and Facebook groups.
The Bow Quarter comprises a mixture of historic and modern buildings and, because of its size, covers several post codes. This map will help you find your way around.