Friday 18 October 2019 12:21 pm

New builds: Homes on the market in London this week, from a former modernist office in Croydon to luxury flats in Mayfair

Brunel Street Works, Canning Town

From £375,000 for a one-bed

Brunel Street Works, a 975-home development in Canning Town, is being launched by Linden Homes this weekend. The one, two and three-bed apartments are part of a wider regeneration project which will also bring new shops, workspace and a hotel to the area. Residents will benefit from gardens and roof terraces dotted throughout the development, as well as a new park.

Visit or call 02037 332 745

One Molyneux Street, Marylebone

From £1.35m for a one-bed

Homes at One Molyneux Street, Coronado’s luxury development in Marylebone, are now available to buy. The building comprises 32 one, two and three-bedroom apartments and duplexes, ranging from 601 sq ft up to 1,978 sq ft in size. It is the largest and most expensive brick building to be constructed in London’s West End since the Edwardian era, and was built using 116,000 handmade York bricks of contrasting colours. It also has green credentials, with photovoltaic panels, secure bicycle storage and electric car charging points.

Call Wetherell on 020 7529 5560

Leon House, Croydon

From £87,500 for a 25 per cent share of a one-bed

This Saturday, Legal & General Affordable Homes is launching 50 one and two-bedroom shared ownership homes at Leon House in Croydon. The apartments are part of a new development of 263 homes within a 21-storey former modernist office block, which also includes co-working spaces, a roof garden, a concierge desk and a private dining room for events. The redevelopment of Leon House uncovered a forgotten concrete wall sculpture by post-war sculptor William Mitchell, which now sits in the lobby.

Call Countrywide on 033 0058 6475

The Cottonworks, Finsbury Park

From £440,000 for a one-bed

St William has just launched The Cottonworks, a collection of 22 apartments in a former fabric factory in Finsbury Park. One and two-bedroom properties are available, and most homes have a winter garden or terrace. Located on bustling Seven Sisters Road, the development is close to Finsbury Park underground station, and the park itself is within a five-minute walk. The show home has been designed by Thirteen and mixes mid-century and contemporary pieces, using accents of deep indigo and bronze.

Call 020 3944 8351 or visit

Legard Works, Highbury

From £600,000 for a studio

Twelve studio, one and two-bed apartments have just been launched at Re-Creo’s Legard Works in Highbury. The gated courtyard development is a modern reworking of two 19th-century industrial buildings, and the homes retain many of the original structural elements. They also feature bespoke German kitchens, built-in floor-to-ceiling storage, steel bathtubs and Mode lighting, and residents will have access to a shared courtyard. Several units are available with Help to Buy.

Call Hamptons International on 020 8012 0343