CB1 is the regeneration of the Station Road area of Cambridge, with a focus on more sustainable, safer and healthier community living. This new urban community has been designed to complement the elegance and charm of Cambridge, reflecting the city’s finest qualities.
The development is well advanced and when finished, it will be home to state-of-the-art workplaces, desirable housing, and retail and recreational facilities for residents, workers and visitors. The development also includes the restoration of listed buildings and enhancement of Cambridge’s natural attributes and architectural heritage.
A new urban community
CB1 will be filled with new amenities designed with people in mind, including:
Our creative, collaborative and environmentally-friendly offices have attracted some of the world’s most successful brands including Microsoft Research, Amazon, Deloitte, Thales, Carter Jonas and Mott MacDonald.
The four, energy-efficient office buildings are all situated within minutes of the railway station, shops, restaurants and squares. Inside, they’re spacious, modern and flexibly designed to help people work together, while their stylish exteriors complement the surroundings and Cambridge architecture.
- One Station Square 129,000 SQ FT NET
- 21 Station Road 79,230 SQ FT NET
- 22 Station Road 64,800 SQ FT NET
- 50/60 Station Road 156,348 SQ FT NET
Affordable, attractive housing in CB1 offers an opportunity to live in the heart of a thriving new urban community. Residents here benefit from a range of high-spec accommodation to suit many lifestyles, with the conveniences of city living at their doorsteps.
CB1 homes are built for both comfort and style. They’re housed in the most unique of structures, from the historic Foster’s Mill building, to the stylish and contemporary Ceres Apartments. They offer residents the ultimate city lifestyle in one of the most sought-after locations in Cambridge.
- Foster’s Mill
- Ceres Apartments
- Vesta Apartments
- Three & Four Station Square
- Student Residential
Shops and food
Retailers and restaurants, street cafes and supermarkets offer quality choices for those who love to shop, dine and meet friends.
CB1 is also home to foodPark – a collective of local street-food traders who provide pop-up Friday lunch markets for residents and passers-by.
Shops and food
- Pret, Nero, Wasabi, Costa, Sainsbury, M&S, Coffee Stop, Bike Station, foodPark, Chill#2...
The new ibis hotel is the largest hotel in Cambridge, offering visitors a perfect base from which to explore the city or visit local businesses. It provides welcoming, comfortable accommodation just moments from Cambridge Station.
Guests here are a stone’s throw from all the facilities and amenities of CB1, but there’s no need to leave the building to dine out. The ibis has its own excellent bar and restaurant.
- ibis 3 star, 231 rooms, with restaurant and bar
Modern transport system
CB1 brings a brand new transport interchange to Cambridge, improving public transport options and significantly reducing the area’s reliance on cars.
The new interchange serves the Cambridgeshire Guided Bus and many conventional bus routes. It provides excellent drop-off and pick-up facilities for taxis, and the country’s largest cycle park, with space for 3,000 bicycles. CB1 is also located in a prime position for commuters - directly in front of Cambridge Railway Station.
3,000 space cycle park
Statues and sculptures offer cultural interest and inspiration for residents, workers and visitors to CB1. The public art programme here helps make art more accessible by displaying it on the streets, buildings and squares.
There are currently seven exhibits on display around CB1 with more to come. Our Station Square centrepiece - a sculpture by British artist Gavin Turk – is soon to be unveiled.
- Gavin Turk
- Dryden Goodwin
- Doug Allsop
- Antoni Malinowski
- William Bloye
- Jim Partridge
- Liz Walmsley
For more information on the CB1 development