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The Silk District development by Mount Anvil and L&Q in Whitechapel, London E1.

The Silk District development by Mount Anvil and L&Q in Whitechapel, London E1.

9.03.2018

The Silk District

Address:
Raven Row, London E1 2EN
Type:
Residential
Completion:
2021
Flats:
564
Viewed:
2244

Description of The Silk District

The Silk District is a development in Whitechapel, London E1.

New Apartments
Studios, 1, 2 & 3-bedroom apartments.

Prices start from £445,000.

Amenities
- 24h concierge
- Gym and spin room
- Screening room
- Ground and rooftop landscaped gardens

Location
The site is bound by Raven Row, Stepney Way Sidney Street, London E1.

Transport
5 minutes' walk from Whitechapel Station (Crossrail from Dec. 2018).

Launching 5th April 2018.
Estimated completion Q4 2021.

History

2017 January - Planning permission granted by Tower Hamlets for:
Demolition of existing buildings and erection of three blocks ranging from 4 to 25 storeys in height comprising 564 residential units, commercial floorspace, 70 off-street car parking spaces, communal courtyards, associated landscaping and associated ancillary works. Ref. no. PA/15/01789/A1.

2013 November - L&Q acquires Safestore's 3.5-acre site for £41.1 million. Formerly known as Whitechapel Central.

References:
- Mount Anvil mountanvil.com
- London Borough of Tower Hamlets towerhamlets.gov.uk

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Buildington Rating & Notes

News & Comments: (2)

Buildington
2018/04/05 08:59

The Silk District is launching today!

Buildington
2018/03/09 08:35

The Silk District by Mount Anvil and L&Q is launching 5th April 2018!

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