This project saw the conversion of an existing B1 office block into a residential building.
The creation of 132 one and two bedroom apartments along with a couple of ground floor extensions, the removal and replacement of all existing windows, the introduction of new windows to match the existing and amendments to the roof structure, including the removal and replacement of existing roof windows.
The works also include the removal of the existing main façade canopy structure, repositioning of the refuse area and the provision of cycle storage within the existing car park.
The introduction of a state of the art gym, secure parking, cycle storage and concierge are also included; in keeping with modern day living.
Step outside and you are only five minutes from the railway station with mainline trains as well as soon to be running Crossrail trains; to central London and beyond.
Each apartment has its own individual secure storage facility. With the finishing touches having been designed by Dragons’ Dens very own interior designer, Kelly Hoppen. These include bespoke recycled glass worksurfaces, Franke sinks and Hans Grohe taps, engineered oak timber flooring throughout.
All works have been completed on-time and on-budget. The buildings name was changed from Leander House to Verona House.