Anthology is delivering 198 new homes in bustling zone 2 Hoxton. Donseed biometric time and attendance devices are being used throughout the development.
Located on Penn Street, the first phase of the 11.98 acre Colville Estate regeneration project has been taking place over the last five years, with Anthology completing the third phase simultaneously with the second taking place. Extending to approximately 0.93 acres, this particular phase of the ongoing regeneration will consist of a 16 and a 20 storey tower.
Community is at the heart of all developments by Anthology and their aptly named Hoxton Press development is no different.
The completed buildings will be home to a community café at ground level, for all local residents to enjoy.
The site of Hoxton Press was once home to a paper manufacturing company owned by the Mullord Brothers who produced paper products including lace paper greeting cards and playing cards from the 1860’s to early 1900’s. In keeping with this history Anthology has named the towers ‘Mono’ and ‘Duo’, both printmaking techniques.
The apartments, designed by architects Karakusevic Carson and David Chipperfield sit within a 15 minute walk of Old Street Station (for Northern Line and National Rail services) and Hoxton Station (for further Overground services). The development is within reaching distance of desirable tourist hotspots including Shoreditch high street, Shoreditch Park and Regent’s Canal.