King's Cross

an extraordinary piece of London is taking shape

New, limited release in the Plimsoll Building

A limited number of apartments from the 'Freshwater' and 'Summer' cores are now available for purchase.

These contemporary apartments are light and open and make the most of the building's waterside aspect. Many overlook a private podium garden, designed by Dan Pearson Studio and many have a terrace or balcony, or both.
Click here to register your interest or visit our Marketing Suite on Stable Street.

Life at King's Cross

Welcome to the neighhourhood!

King’s Cross offers up everything from museums, galleries and music venues to a whole host of restaurants and bars. You’ll also find plenty of relaxing green spaces, pocket parks and playgrounds. Here are some of the highlights

King’s Cross – canal-side living, just a few steps from anywhere

Sustainable living

The housing at King’s Cross is designed to have a minimal impact on the environment....
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Rubicon Court

King's Cross - Rubicon Court

The first homes at King’s Cross were completed summer 2012.
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Saxon Court and Roseberry Mansions – homes available

King's Cross - Saxon Court and Roseberry Mansions – homes available

This is the second residential scheme to be delivered at King’s Cross.
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urbanest King's Cross

King's Cross - urbanest King's Cross

This 27 storey tower in the north of King’s Cross provides high quality, affordable accommodation for students
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The Plimsoll Building

255 homes under construction – first phase available mid-March

255 new apartments are under construction in the Plimsoll Building with the first collection released for sale in mid-March.

The Plimsoll Building is set alongside Regent’s Canal overlooking Gasholder No 8 – a beautiful new park in the historic gasholder guide frame. The location couldn’t be better. You’re just a few minutes’ walk from the most connected transport hub in London – and the UK’s high-speed rail link to Europe.

The neighbourhood offers an exciting mix of restaurants, bars, galleries, museums and concert venues. For shopping, Plimsoll is next to the Coal Drops – a unique new retail quarter with boutiques, stalls and cafes set in Victorian brick arches, while the best of the High Street will be available at King’s Boulevard just across the canal.

Most of the apartments have a balcony or terrace and many have stunning views through the gasholder guideframe towards the canal, or out over the heritage buildings at the heart of King’s Cross.

Live in London’s most exciting new neighbourhood

Diverse, vibrant and cosmopolitan - London in a nutshell.
When it comes to an address, King’s Cross has it all – the location, the connections, the canalside setting, green space, recreation, shopping, eating, history, culture and education. It also has a brand new postcode – London N1C.

1,900 new homes are being built here. Everything from top-end apartments to affordable and supported housing. From student flats to family homes. Some 400 are already completed and occupied.

The homes are of different types and tenures, but something they all have in common is intelligent design and the highest quality materials and finishes. The setting is a vibrant new neighbourhood set within 26 acres of open space and parks.

King's Cross - ArtHouse - Stunning apartments on Regent's Canal

ArtHouse - Stunning apartments on Regent's Canal

Welcoming residents in Autumn 2013, the apartments at ArtHouse are the first private homes to be developed at King’s Cross....
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King's Cross - Tapestry - waterside living at the heart of King's Cross

Tapestry - waterside living at the heart of King's Cross

Tapestry is an outstanding collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments, townhouses and penthouses....
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King's Cross - The Plimsoll Building

The Plimsoll Building

255 homes under construction – first phase available mid-March

255 homes under construction – first phase available mid-March...
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Safe, clean and green

You’re never far from green space at King’s Cross. There’s a whole 26 acres of open space here. Ten new parks and squares are being built and over 400 mature trees planted. So whether you’re looking for a quiet moment in a leafy park or a playground for the kids, you’ll find it at King’s Cross. Find out more about the parks and open space.

The public areas and parks are looked after by a specialist team – King’s Cross Estate Services. This team works hard to keep King’s Cross safe, clean and well-lit so that it can be enjoyed by all who live, work and visit here. The roads are calm and pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly, designed to keep car speeds down. Parking is off-street, either under the buildings or in multi-storey car parks. And bicycle interchanges mean that bikes can be left, safe and secure.

Register your interest

Apartments are available now, and new releases are planned for the near future.

Click here to register your interest

Contact Us

For more information please contact:

King’s Cross Residential Marketing Suite

Camilla Veillard-Thomas
Flora Whitehouse

14 – 15 Stable Street
King’s Cross
T: 020 3691 3969

Knight Frank LLP

Priya Pannu
T: 020 7629 8171


You can view the Tapestry & Tapestry Townhouse +
The Plimsoll Building Host, Freshwater and Summer brochures here

“King’s Cross is gearing up to be London’s fastest – growing urban hub.”


“King's Cross is in the middle of a £2bn redevelopment programme which is transforming the area and making it an appealing place to live.”

House & Home
Financial Times

“There was once a gasworks here, while other parts of the site have strong ties to the railways or the storage of grain, coal and fish. And despite the unmistakable glass and chrome of contemporary residential and commercial buildings transforming the skyline, this development is reaching out both hands to its history.”

Samantha Baden