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.
The Ministry of Stories is a writing and mentoring charity making a difference to the lives of local people aged eight to eighteen. We caught up with Lottie Rugg-Easy to find out more about their work and get some top-tips for the local area!
In the third part of our series with The Geffrye Museum of the Home, we look to the future. The museum is currently undergoing major redevelopment work, which is set to transform the venue into a national and international destination.
London property developer Anthology is creating good tidings and festive spirit this year at its flagship Hoxton Press and Deptford Foundry developments, as they look to make the dreams of two children come true.
Are you done with your Discworlds? Jaded by your Jack Reachers? Had it with your Harry Potters?
At this year’s London Design Festival, Anthology will be hosting a special free event entitled ‘Stories of Home: In Conversation’ on 18th September, between 4.30pm and 7pm at its popular Hoxton Press development.
London property developer Anthology has given its support to Ferry Lane Primary School during Walk to School Week, to encourage pupils to up their step count as part of a more active and healthy lifestyle.
London property company, Anthology, has acquired a 1.75 acre site on Dugard Way in Lambeth with the commitment to support renowned, The Cinema Museum, existing residents of the Grade II listed Master’s House situated at the Woodlands site.
Welcome to the June edition of The Anthology, providing you with helpful information and updates for our Hoxton Press Project, on Bridport Place and Penn Street.