The Evening Standard calls Camden Courtyards a “striking” development


Camden Courtyards features in the Evening Standard for its innovative architecture and design.

Barratt London’s Camden Courtyards development is “taking inspiration from context and character of the location” says the Evening Standard. Camden Courtyards was a “former optical works in St Pancras Way” only moments away from Camden Town. Camden is renowned for its vibrancy and this new-build development allows you to be perfectly placed to enjoy everything the area has to offer.

Camden Courtyards’ “innovative S-shaped building allows for two tranquil internal courtyards and communal roof terraces” to provide residents with an enhanced living experience. The development consists of 164 new homes that have been inspired by the Victorian and Georgian architecture of the area. The buildings are “clad in patterned brick and with striking rusty corten steel two-storey roof extension”, allowing a nod to its industrial heritage. The design of Camden Courtyards means residents will enjoy natural light, airflow and privacy, with almost every apartment boasting dual aspect views from the city to the courtyard.

Camden Town is internationally considered to be one of the most dynamic places in London. Famed for its alternative fashion, acclaimed music scene and the well-known Camden Market – all just a ten-minute walk from the development. The High Street offers a wealth of convenience stores, shops, cafés, local bars and restaurants. Camden Town is also home to a large, diverse residential community and a thriving business environment.

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