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Hoxton is the place to be for any artistic types — with its contemporary art galleries and pop-up eateries, it has quickly become a hub for London-based creatives. On the site of an old paper and craft company on Penn Street stands Anthology Hoxton Press, a new development designed by renowned firms Karakusevic Carson Architects and David Chipperfield Architects. The site draws on the area’s reputation for creativity and design to offer a clean, contemporary and comfortable living space. Two hexagonal towers, 16 and 20 storeys tall, offer a range of one, two and three-bedroom homes, with penthouse suites boasting balconies and roof terraces. Perched by Shoreditch Park and Regent’s Canal, a home at Hoxton Press offers the right balance of quiet, green spaces with the bustling community of East London, with the rest of the city reachable from a number of nearby tube stations.

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