Working with Hackney Council on the regeneration of the Colville Estate, residential developer Anthology is delivering 198 new homes in Hoxton, London.
The first phase of the 11.98 acre Colville Estate regeneration project has been taking place over the last five years and now, extending to approximately 0.93 acres, this particular phase of the ongoing regeneration will consist of a 16 and a 20 storey tower.
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 1860s to early 1900s. In keeping with this history Anthology has named the towers ‘Mono’ and ‘Duo’, printmaking techniques.
The first release of homes at Hoxton Press will be in the ‘Duo’ block offering studios, one and two bedroom apartments and penthouses. Guide prices from £500,000.
David Newey, Project Director for Anthology Hoxton Press said, “Our Hoxton Press development will sit comfortably in the heart of Hackney, with all local travel connections just a stone’s throw away. The community has its own identity, with markets, shops and design studios – these are just some of the unique attributes that have really enabled Hoxton to become such a desirable location.”