Communities are what make neighbourhoods so special, and here are the latest stories about what's been happening in the areas Anthology has made home.
#HoxtonHotspots – Cycling hotspots in the heart of Hackney…
In the heart of Hoxton, our development lends itself perfectly to those who prefer to use two wheels rather than four to get around so we’ve identified some of the top clubs, shops and cafes for those who are partial to cycling from A to B.
Hundred Years Gallery: Creative hub in the centre of Hoxton
Hundred Years Gallery is a not-for-profit, dynamic art space in Hoxton. The gallery is a short distance from our Hoxton Press development, where a selection of the Gallery’s inspirational artwork is on display in our sales and marketing suites.
Hop into spring with fresh interiors | Bee Veronica Moore
If you are looking to transform a bedroom into a nursery for your new deliver then Bee Veronica Moore creates beautiful soft furnishings with that unique, special touch perfect for a room purposely designed for your special bundle.
#HoxtonHotspots – The best places to get loved up in London this Valentines…
We’re sure we aren’t the only ones feeling the pressure to find somewhere to impress our dates this Valentines. So, to help out we thought we’d give you a list for all kinds of couples (and singles!) – all close to our Hoxton Press development.
#MakeItYours – Embracing modern industrial design in your home
Dripping in history there is something about modern industrial design that is comfortingly familiar. Baring all takes courage, and modern industrial interior design is all about exposing what lies beneath to achieve a unique and edgy style.
Encouraging the future generations in Hackney…
We are strong believers that young people are the future of our industry – and we were thrilled to team up with our friends at Wates Construction to meet the Housing students at Hackney Community College, close to our Hoxton Press development.
London Transport: there’s more to it than the tube!
With the new night tube service being the talk of all things London we have taken a look at some other transport related activities for you to enjoy around the Capital to take your mind off the hustle and bustle and those eerie night tube stories!
Local boy and gallery founder Dario Illari on why Hoxton is the place to be
If anyone is well-placed to talk about what makes Hoxton tick, it’s Dario Illari. Not only did he grow up in nearby Worship Street and played in the streets of Shoreditch as a boy, by opening Jealous Gallery in Curtain Road...
Focus on Deptford X artist, Hannah Clayden
As part of Deptford X Festival, Anthology is hosting a free family art workshop o Saturday 24th September (2-4.30pm). Hosted by artist Hannah Clayden, we find out more about her artistic flair and passion for breaking barriers through art.
#HoxtonHotspots: Activities for those Summer Days
We all know the weather in London during the summer can be slightly temperamental (and 2016 has been no different!). However, you can make the most of those rare sunny days with one of our top picks for outdoor activities and events in Hoxton:
#MakeItYours – Factors to consider when looking to move
The decision on whether to move or not is an overwhelming one, and here at Anthology we understand the gravitas of such a decision. To make things a little easier, we’ve put together a list of factors to consider when moving.
#MakeItYours - How to make your new place, your home…
If you’ve just moved into your new pad, it can be difficult to know where to start in making it your own. At Anthology, we appreciate it is important to feel settled, so we’ve put together a list of top tips to help you create your home sweet home.
Anthology to host Big Lunch event in Hoxton and Wembley
It has been found that 1 in 10 people have admitted to feeling too shy or scared to start up a conversation with their neighbours* . To help breakdown these barriers, we are hosting two Big Lunch events on Sunday 12th June from 12 noon to 4pm.
Forging a bronze future for Deptford
Vincent Jack pulls his visor down over his face, his brow beading with sweat from the heat of the pot of molten bronze at his feet. He motions to his team for the liquid metal, glowing an iridescent orange to be poured into the wooden-framed mould...
Local beer for local people is what Brockley Brewery is all about
“Brockley Brewery is about local beer for local people,” says head brewer Joe Ringwood as he pours out a Golden Ale from behind the bar at the brewery. “Brewed with love in SE4,” he says, tasting the beer with relish.
Anthology loves this...The London Evolution animation
This film brings together and animates thousands of georeferenced records to visualise the extent of development in London during specific historical periods and the number of structures we have protected by 'listing' and 'scheduling'.