Thanks to a £5.25bn regeneration programme, the economic heartland of south London will soon become a thriving, must-visit destination not just within the UK, but in Europe.
At the heart of these transformative plans will be a £1.5bn retail and leisure complex by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Hammerson, seven new hotels, 2.8m sq ft of Grade A office space and 10,500 new homes.
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Fairfield Halls is the cultural jewel in Croydon’s crown, and sits at the heart of the Cultural Quarter transformation being delivered by Brick by Brick. This is a highly complex refurbishment and rebuild to a much-loved iconic building that will create a world-class performance venue. The project is employing some of the best and brightest talent in the industry to overcome the site’s unique challenges.
Croydon’s iconic Leon House is being developed into 263 spacious, light-filled one and two-bedroom apartments – all featuring bespoke interiors and floor-to-ceiling windows framing amazing views over London. The 21st century design aims to create a distinctive community and offers residents all the benefits of a luxury city lifestyle – from co-working space through to the option for private rooftop dining – at a price tag suited to aspiring young millennials.
Menta has worked closely with Croydon Council, Network Rail and other stakeholders to deliver a vision for the Central Masterplan area around the station. It will create approximately
4m sq ft of mixed use development and potentially enable overstation development. Working with Redrow, over 340 new and affordable homes and public realm have been completed, and the second phase is in the process of being delivered. We trust that our commitment to Croydon’s regeneration will continue to promote investor confidence.
South London’s most iconic landmark, One Lansdowne, is being developed by Guildhouse Rosepride. Featuring two towers of 68 and 41 storeys, linked by an 11-storey podium structure, it will become the architectural centrepiece of Croydon. Designed by the world-renowned Piers Gough CBE of CZWG Architects, One Lansdowne will play a major role in addressing the need for housing and premium office space in Croydon as well as creating a tourist destination to rival The Shard.
Step off the train at East Croydon into the new, regenerated town centre and Ruskin Square will be the first thing you see. A 2m sq ft complex of offices, homes and shops – including the new Boxpark Croydon – Ruskin Square will create a vibrant, bustling atmosphere the moment you arrive, as well as providing an attractive new gateway into Croydon’s regnerated town centre.
In Croydon, the Chinese property giants purchased the former Nestle Tower, called St George’s House, and neighbouring St George’s Walk last year in one of the largest residential development deals of 2017. They have plans to deliver over 1,000 new homes on the site.
The Croydon Partnership, the joint venture between Westfield and Hammerson, is committed to investing over £1.4 billion to redevelop Croydon’s retail town centre. The upgraded plans for the redevelopment of the Whitgift Centre received outline planning from the London Borough of Croydon late last year, while Sadiq Kahn, Mayor of London, gave the development the green light in January.