The Kings Crescent Estate

Architect : Karakusevic Carson Architects Completion date : Jan 2015
Size : 50 000 to 99 999 sqm Contract value : More than £50m
Housing experience : General
Commercial experience : Mixed Use Projects

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About this project

The King’s Crescent Estate in Hackney, consists of the regeneration of 740 homes including refurbishment of some of the existing estate. Karakusevic Carson won the commision through a collaborative competition with Henley Halebrown Rorrison and are leadinge the project and the delivery of all new build elements of the scheme. The project seeks to reconnect the estate with the surrounding areas of Highbury and Stoke Newington as well as providing new routes into the adjacent Clissold Park, re-creating a neighbourhood of high quality housing and pleasant tree lined streets rooted in the pre-existing street pattern. The project is currently in detailed design stages.

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