Fast-growing residential developer finds new London home

1 month ago

Anthology has outgrown its 1,223 sq ft Adam Street office and is relocating to new offices in Lyon House at 160 Borough High Street SE1. A five-year lease has been secured on the 2,436 sq ft first floor space in the building which has been recently refurbished by Westminster Real Estate.

Mathias and Co advised Anthology on the acquisition while Union Street Partners acted for Westminster Real Estate.

The move was prompted by team growth to 28 and the anticipated future success of the business. With developments underway in Hoxton, Deptford, Wembley and Tottenham it is also paramount that we can easily access sites from our office.

Steve Bangs, Chief Operating Officer at Anthology, commented: “It has been an immensely busy four years for the whole business – we are a team which has gone from strength to strength whilst continuing to build new homes and communities across London. We recognise the importance in people finding homes which are true to them, in areas in which they feel a sense of belonging. This is the same story for us as a business, as we move to our new home, on Borough High Street, which is well connected to our expanding portfolio of developments.”

Since the business was founded in 2013, the Anthology team has carried out a succession of developments in Zone 2-4 locations throughout London and its business strategy is to continue to acquire similar sites across the capital.

An organisation which prides itself on connecting with communities and supporting local talent, Anthology has continued to build lasting relationships with the people and businesses close to its developments. As Anthology’s first development is in Deptford, local art collective Artmongers has been commissioned to create a bespoke mural for the walls of the new Anthology offices, to reflect the company’s own story. 

For more information about the Anthology team and the unique values of the business, visit https://anthology.london/about-us