The team at Anthology doesn’t like to sit still. Here’s what we’ve been up to, including updates on new developments, team changes, events and community initiatives.
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.
With so many homes on offer in London’s property market, today’s buyer has an excess of options to choose from, especially in property hotspot areas such as Hackney.
London property developer Anthology has opened the doors to its exclusive new penthouse show home at its ever popular Hoxton Press development, located in the heart of the thriving up-and-coming Hoxton neighbourhood.
London house hunters looking to secure their dream home with just a 5% deposit can now take advantage of the Government backed Help to Buy London scheme at Anthology’s Deptford Foundry development, located on Arklow Road.
Anthology is proud to announce the appointment of 24-year-old Annabel Prentice as Land and Planning Manager, as it continues to expand its reach across key London boroughs.
Welcome to the latest edition of The Anthology, providing our neighbours with helpful information and updates for our Hoxton Press Project, on Bridport Place and Penn Street.
Second Floor Studio and Arts’ (SFSA) no format gallery, part of Anthology’s Deptford Foundry development, was proud to host their second Painting Open event last month, welcoming over 250 people to enjoy the unique artwork of 62 artists.
As part of its commitment to encouraging the future of the construction industry, London property developer Anthology was pleased to team up with local college, the College of North West London, to provide an insight into the industry.