Bombed during the Second World War, the site was left derelict for half a century. Due to an underlying rail tunnel, significant parts of the construction needed to be considered and worked around.
The site was acquired without planning in a part of London which was unpopular at the time. The theme of the scheme needed to be a combination of convenience and style in order to appeal to City executives. Once planning was successful acquired and construction had begun, the finished apartments were marketed both in the UK as well as Hong Kong.
95 apartments including 5 stunning penthouses set above a state of the art health club in the heart of Islington.
This landmark scheme comprises of 98 apartments, a circular duplex penthouse, car parking and a 44,000 sq ft Virgin Active health club.