Design Junction, King’s Cross
About Kings Cross

About King’s Cross

In a new era for King’s Cross, those living, working and shopping here will have the opportunity to be part of a vibrant new neighbourhood. The regeneration of its 67 acres is creating 20 new streets and 10 open squares, nearly 2,000 homes and 500,000 sqft of retail space, cafes, bars and leisure facilities, plus the city’s best transport links.

We are building some of London’s most elegant and comfortable contemporary homes, from heritage-meets technology residences in Gasholders London, to smart parkside homes with stylish interiors in Fenman House – not forgetting family apartments set around a private central garden in the neighbourly Plimsoll Building.

GASHOLDERS
LONDON

The Gasholders’ architecture is anything but ordinary; it piques the curiosity of all who see it,Part of the architects’ vision is that the building’s façade should appear alive and responsive to passers-by; it will shift and change constantly as the people who live within it adjust their view. The Gasholders is far more than a development with a myriad of restaurants, shops and cultural venue son its doorstep. Residents will also enjoy a range of private amenities and services that speak to every area of the modern urban lifestyle.

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THE PLIMSOLL
BUILDING

The award winning Plimsoll Building is available to move into today. Designed by David Morley architects the building is made up of a cluster of towers arranged around a stunning central garden landscaped with architectural trees, shrubs and aromatic herbs. This collection of elegant and comfortable homes are all finished with bespoke detailing and attention to detail making an enviable living space in one of London’s finest buildings.

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FENMAN
HOUSE

Set amongst lush parks and flowering gardens, Fenman House is an elegant and intimate addition to the King’s Cross skyline, with a design by one of the country’s most respected architectural studios.Fenman House is designed on the principles of mid-century architecture, where form follows function and buildings are created for living above all else.

Fenman House Kings Cross
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