The Old Dairy
The Old Dairy is a residential development in Bloomsbury, London WC1.
The completed scheme comprises 13 units - ten 2-bedroom apartments, one 1-bedroom apartment, and two 3-bedroom townhouses.
The Old Dairy interiors have been designed by 1508 London.
Set on a triangular site between a conservation area and St George’s Gardens.
Named after the dairy that was on Wakefield Street - in 1864, Sir George Barham founded Express Dairies here.
S333 was responsible for the design of the original scheme that received planning consent.
2020 April - Levy Real Estate completes on 2 commercial office owner-occupier sales at The Old Dairy on behalf of Goldenstone Development. The sale of Building 1 (4,500 sq ft) was completed to a local charity, represented by Fresson & Tee and Building 2 (5,200 sq ft) was sold to a family property company, represented by Thomas Yates.
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