Keepmoat launches augmented reality app for homebuyers at Glasgow development

A new augmented reality (AR) app has been launched to help homebuyers see what modern, urban living will be like at a Keepmoat development in Glasgow.

Keepmoat launches augmented reality app for homebuyers at Glasgow development

The immersive augmented reality app is designed to allow users to explore the whole £250 million NorthBridge development in an interactive way through their smart phone or tablet and preview the range of bespoke 1 – 5 bedroom homes and apartments across ten new neighbourhoods, which are now available to buy.

Through the app, potential homebuyers will be able to:

  • Explore the development and view all its amenities including a community campus, shops and public spaces
  • Discover more about the house types available including key features
  • Virtually walk around the homes for up-close 360-degree interior views
  • Easily make an enquiry or book an appointment with the dedicated sales team
  • Capture photos for sharing with friends or on social media

Beth McNeil, regional managing director at Keepmoat Homes Scotland, said: “We’re thrilled be launching the NorthBridge AR app to showcase our flagship development both in Scotland and the UK.

“With social distancing becoming the new normal, we wanted to develop an app to allow guests to explore the next best thing to visiting the development themselves, in a way that was previously unavailable, and before the show homes launch.

“Now, more than ever our homes, communities and surroundings are so important to our health and wellbeing and the new AR app allows potential homebuyers to discover all the features and amenities available without having to step foot on site.

“As well as providing homes that are within a 15-minute walk of the city centre, we have included built-in home office space into all properties as standard. Walkable commutes and home offices have become increasingly important to homebuyers in the current climate and features like balconies and bike stores have an added appeal right now.”

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