Author King's Cross
Author King's Cross is a Build-to-Rent development by Related Argent and Olayan Group in King's Cross London N1C.
Related Argent's first BtR development in the United Kingdom provides 182 homes and 36 social rented homes across three contemporary buildings, centred on a landscaped courtyard garden designed by Urban Fabric.
The name Author references the neighbourhood of King’s Cross, known as a centre for creativity and innovation. The Argent team has led the redevelopment and rejuvenation at King’s Cross since 2001.
Author King’s Cross will offer one, two and three-bedroom apartments for rent with many benefitting from a private balcony.
The three buildings have been designed by a different architectural practice: David Morley Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Haptic.
Author King’s Cross will offer market-leading resident amenities including a fitness centre, screening room, dining area, lounges, a garden kitchen, co-working space, crèche and car parking spaces with electric charging.
Conran & Partners are responsible for designing and specifying the impressive ground floor reception and amenity spaces, Accouter BTR for dressing the residents’ shared spaces, and David Phillips furnishing the apartments.
This is the only purpose-built BtR offering within the 67-acre King’s Cross estate. Author King’s Cross is uniquely placed to offer residents outstanding retail, leisure and entertainment opportunities on their doorstep.
The site has been developed in partnership with the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP), the freehold owner of the King’s Cross estate KCCLP brings together pension fund AustralianSuper, clients of the international business of Federated Hermes and Argent investors.
Formerly known as Triangle King's Cross.
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Site & Location
The site is bounded to the east by the East Coast Main Line and to the northwest by the Thameslink Canal Tunnels. York Way is the south-west boundary of the site. Neighbouring buildings include Urbanest King's Cross, Cadence, Saxon Court and Rubicon Court. On the site of the King's Cross Construction Skills Centre building. King’s Cross offers fantastic connectivity, with six underground lines and two national mainline stations, plus European connections via Eurostar and High Speed 1.
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