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New to the Croydon landscape, Queen's Square is an exciting multi-phased scheme located right in the very heart of the Croydon town centre regeneration programme, only moments away from both East & West Croydon transport links.
Totalling six residential buildings, Highgrove Tower is the first building to be released to market and will be a striking new addition to the South London skyline at the centre of this dynamic new urban quarter.
Highgrove Tower’s collection of Studio, One, Two and Three-bedroom apartments will offer elegant interiors with far-reaching views over the city, a concierge service, residents’ lounge, gym studio and roof gardens.
1 / 3 A New Town Square, located opposite the iconic Town Hall and Clock Tower is planned as part of Queen's Square future phase. CGI for illustrative purposes only and subject to planning.
2 / 3 New retail and dining offerings are being proposed as part of Queens Square's future phase. CGI for illustrative purposes onlyand subject to planning.
3 / 3 Bringing the Grade Two listed building Segas House back to life with a proposed mixed use art led offering. CGI for illustrative purposes only and subject to planning.
ERIC SMITH - Rolfe Judd Architecture
“Queen’s Square is intertwined in the context of the surrounding area which makes it truly unique. The public realm that is a part of this vision will offer Croydon a focal point that will be connected to all the transformation and activity occurring around the development.”
Highgrove Tower’s chic apartments offer superb city living with on-site amenities that make for an ultra-convenient lifestyle.
Add to this the excellent transport links, fantastic shopping facilities and cultural hotspot location, and it’s easy to see why Phase One of Queen’s Square adds up to such an ideal place to call home.
Highgrove Tower’s renovation from The Nestle Building, will mark a new chapter in its fascinating history of such an iconic local landmark.
The building’s next iteration will embrace a bold and modern architectural style. Recessed balconies will create a distinctive, richly textured façade and provide delightful outdoor spaces with views over leafy green parks.
In a prime position a few minutes’ walk from East Croydon station, Queen's Square is in an enviable town centre position close to local amenities, shopping and culture alike.
Queen’s Square is also perfectly placed to benefit from a multi-million pound regeneration programme that will see the area transformed into South London’s most desirable place to live, work and visit.
Cleverly constructed entirely out of refitted shipping containers, Boxpark is a destination spot offering a unique position for pop-up food lifestyle brands, cafes, restaurants to trade alongside music and activities.Explore
Centrale is South London's premier shopping destination. Stores include House of Fraser, Debenhams, Zara and Next.
This location combined with The Whitgift Centre, this is the proposed location for the new Westfield Shopping Centre. (Due 2023)Explore
Next to Croydon College, this historical site laid host to the Walnut Fair every year for many centuries commencing in early Tudor times. The current ornamental gardens and ponds were designed by Peter Youngman in a modernist geometric style and today and is home to a number of modern art sculptures.Explore
Fairfield Halls is a world class arts, entertainment and conference venue located in the heart of Croydon. It opened in 1962 and contains a theatre and gallery, and the large concert hall has been regularly used for BBC television, radio and orchestral recordings. Currently undergoing a £30million regeneration and schedule for a grand reopening in 2019.Explore
The Queen's Gardens were provisionally the Town Hall Gardens playing host to the grand opening of the Town Hall in 1896 by the Prince of Wales. The new Queen's Gardens were opened in 1983 by Queen Elizabeth II and a commemorative plaque marks the occasion.Explore
Located on Surrey Street in Croydon Town Centre, the historic Surrey Street Market is one of the oldest markets in Britain, trading since 1276. It operates 7 days a week, selling a range of items, including fresh produce, fruit and vegetables.Explore
Croydon Town Hall is a council building serving as headquarters for Croydon Borough Council.
Croydon Clocktower is an arts and museum complex. The venue contains the Museum of Croydon, the David Lean Cinema, which offers a regular programme of art house and independent films as well as a cafe and bar aimed at bringing the community together.Explore
Croydon College is an educational institution with over 8,000 students, made up of a Further Education College, The Croydon School of Art and a University Centre. Located within the London Borough of Croydon, its origins can be traced to a School of Art that was established in 1868, which subsequently merged with Croydon Polytechnic to create the college. The college is the only further education college to have been awarded the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.Explore
Whitgift, is South London's premier shopping destination. Stores include House of Fraser, Debenhams, Zara and Next.
This location combined with Centrale, this is the proposed location for the new Westfield Shopping Centre. (Due 2023)
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