Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall is a mixed-use development in Crouch End, London N8.
The scheme will create new apartments, an arts centre, a new hotel and landscaped space around the Grade II* listed Town Hall building.
New homes for sale
1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are marketed by Savills.
Developers Far East Consortium (FEC) is restoring much of the historic site, which includes the original auditorium, Council chamber, Mayors Parlour and Committee rooms, with the aim of making the building fully accessible to the public as outlined above. Plans for a new hotel, to be operated by Dorsett Hospitality International, as well as plans to build 135 new studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments, which will be situated in the grounds of the Town Hall.
The Town Hall has a rich cultural heritage which dates back to the 1960s. The famous auditorium sat 1000+ when it opened in 1935, hosting the likes of The Kinks who played their first ever gig at the Hall in 1969, as well as Queen who played a legendary set in 1971.
2019 - Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre refurbishment started in summer 2019.
2018 - Official launch 15th September 2018.
May - Soft launch. Marketing Suite opened on 4th May.
The work is expected to begin on site in early 2019. The restoration of the Town Hall and wider development will be completed in early 2021.
Site & Location
Uren building tops out
Arts Centre Reception Opening
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