In partnership with Anthology London
Anthology London are currently developing Hale Works, the final phase of award-winning Hale Village, which already includes a mixture of private and affordable homes, student accommodation and a range of non-residential uses including a gym, supermarket, community centre and church.
Two minutes from Tottenham Hale underground and overground station and due to complete at the end of 2020/beginning of 2021, Hale Works comprises an ultra-modern 32-storey tower designed by Hawkins Brown Architects, which features 279 homes and 14,500sq ft of commercial space. There’s a selection of studios, one and two-bedroom homes with prices ranging from £355,000 for a studio to £530,000 for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment.
Other features include a 24-hour concierge, resident’s sky lounge and garden, expansive landscaping, private balconies and contemporary kitchens with high-spec, integrated Siemens appliances.
More than a century ago, Tottenham Hale established a legacy as an industrial powerhouse and was home to the Harris Lebus factory (Finsbury Works), built in 1900, one of the largest furniture manufacturers in the world. The factory, by the River Lee, was built to meet the demand the company was facing from households and businesses throughout the country.
From 1914, many industries assisted the war effort including furniture manufacturers, like Harris Lebus, and local women stepped up and acquired the skills of their male counterparts. They provided the military with crucial equipment and supplies, such as tents and ammunition boxes, as well as preparing large parts of aircraft.
Anthology London are passionate about placemaking and creating homes for Londoners to live in. They aim to work closely with local communities and work towards leaving a positive legacy behind. They focus on doing things a little differently, with innovation and customer service underpinning their ethos.
It’s important to Anthology to get to know, explore and work with the community in the areas they are developing in. As part of their community work, they support local businesses and employment, aiming to lend a helping hand where needed.
Local brewery, Beavertown, who have an innovative and unique approach to ales and IPAs, and STYX, popular arts, theatre and music venue on Ashley Road, have both been showcased and promoted by Anthology.
Anthology also rented a shop front which was to become their sales and marketing suite for Hale Works. While it was vacant, Craving Coffee, an independent family owned business, were invited to use it as a pop up cafe free of charge.
Anthology have been working closely with Ferry Lane Primary School on a variety of activities including sponsoring their summer fete, Walk to School Week, facilitating a photography competition (which will running for a second time this winter), sponsoring theatre trips to Bernie Grant Arts Centre, and a book collection.
Other activities include work with The Engine Room, Walthamstow Wetlands, Living Under One Sun, Streetz Ahead, food collections for Haringey Foodbank, regular workshops for schools and street clear ups.
For further information on Hale Works and to register your interest visit: https://anthology.london/developments/hale-works