We are Anthology, a team of people with a wealth of experience delivering residential developments in London. At the heart of our approach is enhancing neighbourhoods, celebrating the people, their stories and the culture that makes the city such an exciting place to live.
Buying a new home is a big deal and we understand the weight of responsibility that comes with making a choice of this scale. For this reason, it’s important for us to get to know each and every customer personally and take responsibility for their needs. We make sure that we’re always contactable to answer questions and offer any guidance.
Putting the Community First
Londoners make this city one of the finest places to live in the world and Anthology works closely with the local communities where we develop our properties. For instance, in Deptford, we sponsored the annual Deptford X contemporary arts festival – one of the area’s most exciting creative initiatives, for four years. In Hoxton, we will be working with the local community to host annual Big Lunch events.
Anthology is backed by Oaktree’s European Principal Group, whose investments capitalise on a network of relationships, multi-disciplinary capabilities and a diverse range of opportunities across all areas of real estate. Oaktree is a leading global alternative investment management firm serving clients globally through offices located in 16 cities in 12 countries.
We recently caught up with Jack Johal, manager of Blue Check, one of Wembley’s finest places to eat, to find out more about his business and what tasty delights are on offer this side of town.
We love volunteering our time to help the team with the variety of events and activities The Engine Room puts on and have recently been delighted to hear the team have welcomed Natalie from Korea who is working alongside them until next summer.
A year after London property developer Anthology teamed up with the local College of North West London, their commitment to encouraging the future of the construction industry continues.
Ben Lloyd, 24, loves his 20-minute door to door commute from his new home at Anthology’s Deptford Foundry development to London Bridge, where he works as an accountant.
So, as one of those locations on the edges of London, but still very much a part of the City, where demand is on the up and yet prices are still affordable, how do Wembley prices stack up?
After a few months of being back in the UK, Alex was looking forward to searching for his own place which he eventually found in an apartment housed in the unusual Hexagonal towers of Anthology Hoxton Press.
Property developers PegasusLife, Anthology and Renaissance Retirement have announced today that the three companies will merge to create Lifestory, with the purpose of creating new homes and serving customers at every stage of their lives.
Discover a part of one of London’s hotspots this Autumn when Cobalt Tower, the latest addition to Anthology Deptford Foundry, launches on 5th October. Cobalt Tower completes the pioneering development and will comprise 58 homes over 22 storeys.