Luma King's Cross
Luma King's Cross (R3) is a residential development in London N1. The building completed in 2020.
New Homes For Sale
The new apartments are marketed by Knight Frank. Tenure: 250-year lease.
Interior design by Conran + Partners.
Crowning the building are the Dawn and Dusk Penthouses which sit proudly at the
centre of Parkside King’s Cross, a relaxed setting overlooking Lewis Cubitt Park and Jellicoe Gardens. Each penthouse has its own private roof terrace, balconies
and Juliette balcony.
A serene entrance lobby with feature timber wall, feature metalwork, stone floor with metal inserts and bespoke natural stone reception desk designed by Conran and Partners.
A comfortable furnished residents’ lounge with dedicated work zone, plush furnishing and working feature fireplace with dual aspect views across Lewis Cubitt Park and Jellicoe Gardens.
Landscaped private residents’ garden on the 8th floor.
Uniformed daytime concierge service. Parcel store for oversized deliveries. Bespoke integrated post boxes designed by Conran and Partners.
Residential storage and car parking within the basement available for purchase by separate negotiation.
CCTV surveillance to all public areas.
Architecture by Squire & Partners. The façade is decorated with a bespoke pattern featuring at a varying scale on latticed screens and on bas-relief aluminium and concrete panels.
Situated in King's Cross, between Lewis Cubitt Park and Jelicoe Gardens. Google, Central St Martins and Universal Music are neighbours.
Landscape design by Tom Stuart-Smith.
2020 November - Residential Marketing Suite at 14 – 15 Stable Street, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AB.
Launched 4th October 2017.
Prices started from £575,000 in September 2017.
2015 Planning permission was granted in November 2015.
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