Phase one of Leon Quarter has seen the transformation of this iconic 60s building into a stylish skyrise, introducing true luxury living to Croydon.
In 2017, we put forward a bold plan to transform Leon House from a mediocre office, retail and restaurant space into a sophisticated residential development, befitting of its 22-storey status located in the heart of Croydon’s restaurant quarter.
As an example of the UK’s finest surviving mid-20th century brutalist architecture, we were conscious of working closely with the local authority and our architects to create a sympathetic conversion to accommodate 263 one and two bedroom apartments, a double height lobby, a rooftop sky garden and private dining space.
Through careful design and planning, we have been able to create a collection of apartments that not only meet London Design Guide sizes, but each one is spacious and light filled, with floor to ceiling windows offering enviable views of the capital city. Our attention to detail has been carried through to the form and function of the building to achieve a modern and minimalist design, using high standard materials, including oak flooring specialist ceramics and designer-specification appliances and fittings.
Residents are now enjoying their homes within the development.