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.
The London Coffee Festival returns to the Old Truman Brewery from the 28 to 31 March. In honour of the event, we’ve handpicked some of our favourite cafes from in and around Hoxton for you to sample!
With Hoxton Press crafted from handmade red and smoky grey Belgian bricks, the striking appearance of the development is hard not to notice when passing by.
Located just behind our award-winning Hoxton Press development is Regent’s Canal, one of the capital’s old transport arteries connecting the River Thames to the Grand Union Canal.
Love is in the air. As we approach Valentine’s Day, many of us will be making plans to impress that special someone with a memorable date night.
We’ve commissioned the extremely talented illustrator, Jane Smith to sketch our development Hoxton Press at various milestones throughout the build process. We caught up with her to find out more about her career and top-tips for the local area!
What a journey! It’s been five years since Anthology was founded.
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.