News

All the latest events, openings and happenings at King’s Cross.

Current Retail Clusters
Thursday 29th November 2012

Current Retail Clusters

It’s central London’s most exciting new destination – a fresh part of the city that is dynamic, lively, and creative. It’s also London’s best connected…

New Retail Opportunities
Thursday 29th November 2012

New Retail Opportunities

German Gymnasium Up to 10,000 sq ft of restaurant space in a King’s Cross landmark Unrivalled location at the gateway to King’s Cross The German…

Available Offices
Thursday 29th November 2012

Available Offices

The office buildings at King’s Cross are clustered into areas, each with their own unique identity and character. There’s Pancras Square – a new, continental…

Christmas Tree at KXFS
Thursday 29th November 2012

Christmas Tree at KXFS

The King’s Cross Filling Station welcomes Christmas with its very own Christmas Tree – made out of car engine parts. Last week the Evening Standard featured…

Granary Square
Thursday 29th November 2012

Granary Square

Granary Square is the canalside heart of King’s Cross. Designed by Townshend Landscape Architects, this dramatic square is one of the largest urban spaces of…

Festive Festivals at Kings Place
Tuesday 27th November 2012

Festive Festivals at Kings Place

Christmas comes to Kings Place with carols, cantatas and Handel’s Messiah Celebrate Christmas in style at Kings Place with a range of seasonal concerts, including Rebecca…

Upcoming Residential
Monday 26th November 2012

Upcoming Residential

In July this year the first residents moved into King’s Cross. 117 affordable homes were delivered by King’s Cross King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP)…

Music at Kings Place
Friday 23rd November 2012

Music at Kings Place

As we enter our fifth year, the Kings Place Unwrapped series turns to focus on the phenomenon that was Johann Sebastian Bach; delving into his works…

Not So Silent movies…
Friday 23rd November 2012

Not So Silent movies…

Sunday afternoons will never be the same again. Sunday afternoon hit Not So Silent Movies… brings a treat for all ages from kids to those…

Folk Union
Friday 23rd November 2012

Folk Union

Our open-minded weekly programme gives artists from emerging and established backgrounds a platform to present traditional and contemporary music of the highest quality. We work…

Media tours
Thursday 22nd November 2012

Media tours

On Tuesday Anthony Teasdale, editor of the men’s online magazine Umbrella, had a site tour of King’s Cross. The quarterly magazine is interested in doing…

Also in the news…
Thursday 22nd November 2012

Also in the news…

King’s Cross is held up as a model of large scale redevelopment in a short film on the Financial Times’ website. The film, which is…

Spreading the word
Thursday 22nd November 2012

Spreading the word

The launch of the new King’s Cross website has proved to be a great tool in approaching journalists who have been following our progress. As…

Armenian Treasures from the British Library
Thursday 22nd November 2012

Armenian Treasures from the British Library

Until Thursday 31 January 2013 A display of Armenian treasures celebrating the 500th anniversary of Armenian printing, the designation of Yerevan as 2012-2013 World Book…

Eurostar Ashden Award for Sustainable Travel
Wednesday 21st November 2012

Eurostar Ashden Award for Sustainable Travel

Eurostar announces shortlist for 2013 Eurostar Ashden Award for Sustainable Travel Thirteen pioneering sustainable travel schemes from across the UK, France and Belgium have been…

The Cally Market opens
Wednesday 21st November 2012

The Cally Market opens

The good folk in and around Caledonian Road have joined forces to create a new and exciting shopping hub which is hoped to bring a…

KX redevelopment
Wednesday 21st November 2012

KX redevelopment

Should you rise from the underground, step off a train from Cambridge, or pass en route from Paris to Edinburgh next week, have the decency…

King’s Cross in the press
Wednesday 21st November 2012

King’s Cross in the press

The Evening Standard Homes and Property supplement has featured a lovely piece about the development. Anthea Masey refers to King’s Cross as “London’s biggest transformation…

Take a look around the new King’s Cross website
Wednesday 21st November 2012

Take a look around the new King’s Cross website

King’s Cross’ new and improved website was launched yesterday! Perfect timing saw Anthea Masey mention it in her Homes and Property piece describing it as “well…

Building B3 achieves a BREEAM rating
Wednesday 21st November 2012

Building B3 achieves a BREEAM rating

Building B3, the new Camden Council public building at Pancras Square, is set to be one of the greenest in London after achieving a BREEAM sustainable…

What’s on the KERB Your Enfoodiasm
Wednesday 21st November 2012

What’s on the KERB Your Enfoodiasm

KERB crawlers, listen up! Thursday 21 November 2012 On Thursday 22 November, KERB will be returning to the West Handyside Canopy with their Winter Party The evening…

Tour of our new home at King’s Cross
Wednesday 21st November 2012

Tour of our new home at King’s Cross

Wednesday 21 November 2012 The imposing Granary Building at the back of King’s Cross was built in 1851 as a giant warehouse for London’s grain….

Caravan
Wednesday 21st November 2012

Caravan

Long gone are the late-night revellers and street walkers who once inhabited the dingy clubland-cum-wasteland behind King’s Cross Station. In their place, King’s Boulevard –…

On the Road: Jack Kerouac’s manuscript scroll
Wednesday 21st November 2012

On the Road: Jack Kerouac’s manuscript scroll

The British Library until Thursday 27 December 2012 On the Road is one of the defining books of the Beat Generation. Written over a period of three…

ArtHouse – The First Homes at King’s Cross
Tuesday 20th November 2012

ArtHouse – The First Homes at King’s Cross

ArtHouse is a unique collection of private apartments and penthouses in the finest location in the capital for communications. At the heart of a multi-faceted…

Shrimpy’s
Friday 16th November 2012

Shrimpy’s

Shrimpy’s is the brand new sister restaurant to true East End original, Bistrotheque. This one, overlooking Regent’s Canal, is inspired by the Americas: the exterior…

Socrates communication
Friday 16th November 2012

Socrates communication

Socrates have been appointed to develop the branding and marketing language for the substantial and varied retail, bar and restaurant offer at the huge and…

Light From the Middle East
Friday 16th November 2012

Light From the Middle East

EXHIBITION: Light from the Middle East: New Photography presents work by artists from across the Middle East (spanning North Africa to Central Asia), living in…

London’s hottest new neighbourhood?
Friday 16th November 2012

London’s hottest new neighbourhood?

King’s Cross has cleaned up its act and is fast becoming a hub for fashion and the arts, with a whole new village opening up…

Wellcome Collection releases magical app for Londoners
Wednesday 14th November 2012

Wellcome Collection releases magical app for Londoners

Wellcome Collection is offering Londoners the chance to experience an enchanted version of their city with the release of a new free iPhone app, Magic…

Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire
Wednesday 14th November 2012

Mughal India: Art, Culture and Empire

Enter the world of the Mughals, one of the world’s great dynasties, in the new major exhibition at The British Library. Mughal India: Art, Culture…

A Profile on Kings Place
Wednesday 14th November 2012

A Profile on Kings Place

Kings Place is a hub for music, art, dialogue and food, housed in an award-winning building in King’s Cross, which also provides world class conferencing, events…

King’s cross station
Wednesday 14th November 2012

King’s cross station

King’s Cross was a rural area until the development of transport systems began with the building of a road. The “New Road” was built in…

Death: A Self-portrait
Monday 12th November 2012

Death: A Self-portrait

The Richard Harris Collection Wellcome Collection | 15 November 2012 – 24 February 2013 Wellcome Collection’s major winter exhibition Death showcases some 300 works from a…

Foyles opens pop-up bookshop at Central Saint Martins
Monday 12th November 2012

Foyles opens pop-up bookshop at Central Saint Martins

Foyles, National Bookseller of the Year 2012 has opened up a pop-up shop at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, King’s Cross, London….

Jon Buck Turning Inside Out
Wednesday 7th November 2012

Jon Buck Turning Inside Out

The Pangolin Gallery From 7th November – 22nd December 2012 Following the huge success of his 2009 exhibition, Pangolin London is delighted to announce their forthcoming…

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