The Interchange, situated equidistance between Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction station, is a modern, mid-rise development. It’s well located for the local and wider buzzing communities, which are packed with independent restaurants, bars, pubs and coffee shops. Plus, Shoreditch and Hackney are close by for even more action. It is also walking distance to the green open spaces of both London Fields and Hackney Downs. London Fields is home to its very own lido for relaxing in the warmer months.
The Interchange is a smart development with pleasant communal areas. It is mainly residential, with a number of retail units on the ground floor. Units vary in size, starting with one bedroom and move to larger three bedroom apartments. Some come with a private balcony.
When first built, all units were completed in a neutral colour palette and the overall feel of the apartments is fresh and modern. All bathrooms are spacious, as are kitchens and living areas, with the majority being open plan or with very little segregation between the sitting room and cooking area. Kitchens are fitted out with integrated appliances. High ceilings and large windows are other staples.
Commuting to and from the area is easy with both those Overground stations so close to The Interchange’s front door, as well as the large array of bus routes that travel through Dalston. The City itself is around three miles away so cycling around the capital is a viable option for residents, too.
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Great except there can be a lot of noise during the weekends but this is expected
Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:
The security of the building is very good. I feel very safe here
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
I wish I realised how much people can see into the flat