The vibrant area of Deptford is set to overtake Dalston and Shoreditch.
The Evening Standard and New York Times have written multiple times over the last few years about Deptford’s increasing bubble of excitement, with the area becoming the new Shoreditch and Dalston.
There is buyer potential in Deptford, new residential housing is delivered alongside a mix of social housing. Buyers are beginning to see the incentives, with improvements to the high street and connections to the south-east of central London, while still being cheaper than neighbouring districts. Deptford has superb transport connections via National Rail the DLR, and London Overground services to New Cross, Peckham, Greenwich, London Bridge, Lewisham and Dalston. With the area undergoing an exciting regeneration, Deptford is definitely set to become a new vibrant area to shop, east, explore, and live in.
Similar to Dalston, Deptford has an edge that is currently untapped, with buyers putting down roots who are excited and eager to explore the hidden values of Deptford.
The Evening Standard stated in October that 1,132 new homes are being delivered for the south-east London area over a 12-acre site “as Deptford begins to overtake Dalston as London’s hippest area”, it comes as no surprise that buyers remain heavily interested in the area.
Located in this vibrant area is Barratt London’s Greenland Place development, just moments from the River Thames. Offering 562 one-bedroom suites and one, two and three-bedroom apartments in Zone 2. The penultimate phase, Helsinki Court, is now available, where all apartments feature a balcony or terrace, a 12-hour concierge service and on-site fitness suite.