Islington Square is a new mixed use development in Islington, London N1. The 4.5 acre development includes flats, shops, restaurants, offices, a health club and cinema. The former North London Mail Centre was redeveloped as Islington Square, a 500,000 sq ft mixed use shopping and residential district in London's N1.
8 Esther Anne Place residential building
The conversion of this Edwardian Royal Mail sorting office into large warehouse apartments retains many of the original features including high ceilings and ornate detailing. Inside are very modern living spaces with unique floor plans.
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11 Esther Anne Place building
A completely original building by renowned architects CZWG designed as an eye-catching centrepiece to Islington Square. Contemporary, highly sustainable and destined to be one of the borough's most iconic buildings.
17 Esther Anne Place building
A mix of Edwardian flair and modern living. This is a new build that retains the redbrick facade of the sorting office at ground level, combined with a bold zinc-clad frame on the upper floors.
The Platinum Collection by Galliard
Islington Square is a part of Galliard's Platinum Collection. This elite criteria is for Prime Central London (or a similar sought-after address) area properties with impressive architecture, opulent designer interiors complete with luxurious specifications, and unrivalled residential facilities evoking that of the best five-star hotels.
Tucked behind the hustle and bustle of Upper Street, Islington Square will be a brand new neighbourhood for this corner of the capital. From bars, coffee shops and restaurants to a range of well-known and independent retailers, residents will not even have to leave the confines of the development to satisfy their fashion of foodie cravings. Two brand new arcades, opening out onto a tree-line boulevard, will link this ‘city within a city’ with the outside world. Those who venture out will find themselves surrounded with theatres, parks, galleries, shopping districts and famous London landmarks; making Islington Square the ideal base – either as a permanent city home or pied-à-terre. See the latest productions at Almeida Theatre and Sadler’s Wells Theatre; browse the boutiques and antiques quarter, Camden Passage; or take a stroll in the beautiful Battishall Street Gardens – whatever your taste or hobby, North London’s Islington is sure to cater to you.
Enter Islington Square: a breathtaking development characterised by three statement residential buildings and a brand new public realm offering 170,000 sq. ft. of quality retail, dining, lifestyle and leisure options, including luxury health club, Third Space, and The Lounge cinema by Odeon. The principal building will be an internal conversion of a magnificent Edwardian masterpiece with the façade and entire external structure retained and refurbished, whilst another hybrid building will preserve the Edwardian exterior structure at ground level with new-build framing on upper levels. Completely the Square will be an all-new contemporary design, which is anticipated to become one of Islington’s most iconic buildings.
CZWG Architects has taken the former Royal Mail sorting office under its wing and presented a forward-thinking vision of London living rarely attained in modern designs. From Dakota studio suites and one, two and three bedroom warehouse-style apartments, to the beautifully designed three bedroom maisonettes and penthouses, each property will marry practicality and sustainability with debonair charm. High ceilings and ornate detailing coupled with à la mode finishes within each of the apartments will breathe life into this Edwardian-meets-21st-century development.
A quick hop on the Tube from either Highbury & Islington station or Angel station, which are roughly equidistant from Islington Square, will take residents into the heart of Central London and its buzzing business districts. For connections across the UK, Euston station is around a five minute commute from Angel station, whilst Knightsbridge, the home of Harrods, is as little as 17 minutes away. For those who fancy cycling, Covent Garden and Regent’s Park are approximately 22 and 26 minutes away respectively.
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