White + Green
White + Green is a residential development on the border of Whitechapel and Bethnal Green, London E1. The development was fully reserved in February 2021.
New Homes: 144 studios/Citipads, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments by Higgins Homes.
Help to Buy was available on Citipads and 1-bedroom apartments.
All the apartments also feature their own private balcony or terrace.
The development is made up of four blocks.
The Columbia Building
The 10-storey building has 46 apartments over nine floors facing both Vallance Road and Hemming Street. These include studio suites, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom apartments from the first to ninth floors. All benefit from cycle storage on the lower ground floor and their own balcony or terrace, either facing west over Vallance Road and Weavers Fields or east towards Hemming Street and the piazza.
The Petticoat Building
The 8-storey building has 12 apartments for sale over four floors facing Hemming Street. These include 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom apartments from the fourth to seventh floors. All benefit from a communal roof terrace on the seventh floor, cycle storage on the ground floor and their own balcony, with a westerly or easterly view.
The Roman Building
The 8-storey building has 49 apartments over seven floors facing both Vallance Road and Hemming Street. These include studio suites, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom apartments from the first to seventh floors. All benefit from a communal roof terrace on the seventh floor, cycle storage on the ground floor and their own balcony, either facing west over Vallance Road or east towards Hemming Street and the Piazza.
Communal roof terrace to the seventh floor of The Roman Building and The Petticoat Building.
Great location close to Weavers Fields and Spitalfields Farm.
The development sits next to a railway viaduct.
2021 February - Fully reserved.
2019 - Occupations from July 2019.
2018- Launched 4th August 2018.
2016 December - Planning permission granted for:
Demolition of existing buildings at 120 Vallance Road and 2-4 Hemming Street and erection of two buildings to provide 1,311 sqm (GEA) of commercial space, 144 residential units and new public realm, landscaped amenity space, cycle parking and all associated works. Architect: CZWG Architects LLP. Planning Consultant: Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners. Tower Hamlets Council Ref. no. PA/15/01231/A1.
In 1870 Hemming Street was called Arundel Street and this part of Vallance Road was called Wellington Street and Nottingham Street. Back then, there were Victorian terraced houses on the site.
1. Tower Hamlets Council towerhamlets.gov.uk
Site & Location
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