Among the network of streets and squares the transformation weaving through King’s Cross continues, amid 500,000 sq ft of shops, art, culture and entertainment.
Coal Drops Yard is planned as a 55 unit retail destination where global brands, emerging designers and independent retailers unite, around industrial heritage arches and cobblestones wrapped in modernist glass and steel. Exceptional quality and service will be the daily currency.
Nearby, the historic Fish and Coal Offices are being re-imagined from their 1851 industrial roots, as eclectic new office and retail space. Opposite, Granary Square’s 1,080 dancing fountains provide a play space on a grand scale at the spiritual heart of the heritage within King’s Cross.
The endless variety and range of the estate’s surrounding restaurants and bars offer everything from a bacon naan to fine dining.
Under the West Handyside Canopy, market life buzzes with fresh produce, artisan gifts and delicious street food.
It’s just a short skip to Waitrose for a macchiato and a pastry, then the Everyman cinema is one square away, with its unique take on both popular and art cinema.