This development, built between 2002 & 2004, is located at the junction of the River Lea and Hertford Union Canal facing the Olympic Village, was built on reclaimed industrial land, which required extensive remediation. The structure, which is supported by 20 metre piles, uses much of the technology learnt at New Crescent Yard.
Particularly popular with artists and other creative industries, 58 live-work units were built in the first phase. The second phase fronts the Hertford Union Canal and is within 400 metres of Victoria Park – East London’s version of Regent’s Park. All 67 units have water views and offer particularly spacious accommodation.