King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP) is the single land owner at King’s Cross, home to 67 acres of inspiring businesses, outstanding architecture, destination restaurants and a vibrant cultural scene. The area’s industrial past has inspired the 50 new and repurposed buildings; the public spaces between them are a mix of parks, streets, squares, and gardens, with Granary Square and its iconic fountains as a heart.
The area is being transformed with new homes, shops, offices, galleries, bars, restaurants, schools, as well as a university. The partnership is made up of Argent, a UK based property developer and Hermes Investment Management alongside AustralianSuper, Australia’s biggest superannuation/pension fund.
King’s Cross (KCCLP) developments
There are a variety of KCCLP developments currently listed on HomeViews, all situated in the vibrant King’s Cross area. King’s Cross has close to 2,000 homes – a mix of private, rental, student and affordable housing. All have been designed with care by a number of renowned architecture practices. It includes landmark development Gasholders London, which was completed in February 2018, creating 145 new canal-side apartments within a triplet of Grade II-listed cast-iron gasholder frames.
King’s Cross (KCCLP) reviews
“I love living in the Plimsoll building the area is fantastic the views are spectacular and it’s a pleasure to be a resident there. The neighbours are wonderful and the people that live in the building are very welcoming.” – Plimsol, verified resident of the Plimsoll Building
“I love the building and King’s Cross in general. The amenities in the building are top notch. Camden is one of the coolest areas of London at the moment. Loads of restaurants shops etc. The construction is a bit of a nightmare and often poorly communicated but overall I love living here.” – Sarah, verified resident of Gasholders London
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