London Block Management - Properties we manage

Here's our selection of London blocks that we manage, which include both residential and commercial spaces. All are well-located and situated around various London locations.

Anise and Coriander

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Anise & Coriander are converted Victorian spice warehouses, built in around 1873 which were named after the goods that were stored there. After the conversion was completed, it is said that the first...

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Bankside Lofts

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Bankside Lofts sits on the south bank of the River Thames, next to the Tate Modern and opposite St Paul’s Cathedral. It was built in the early 1990’s by the Manhattan Loft Corporation and formed...

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Hobbs Court

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Hobbs Court contains 31 flats and 2 commercial units and is set in one of the most historic parts of London. The building sits on Jacob Street which once bordered Jacob’s Island, a man-made island...

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Java Wharf & St Andrew's Wharf

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Java Wharf and St Andrew’s Wharf are connected Grade II listed converted Victorian warehouses, which comprise 63 flats in total. Java Wharf takes its name from the slang for coffee, which was once...

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Jubilee Yard

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Jubilee Yard comprises two buildings; The Flag Store and The Canvas House.  The Canvas House is a converted Victorian warehouse, built in 1885, which now contains 5 flats and two commercial units....

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Morocco Store

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The Morocco Store, a converted Victorian spice warehouse with adjoining new building, was completed in 1997 and is made up of 12 apartments which enjoy many original features. The design of the conversion...

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Quebec Wharf

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Managed by Currell Block Management, Quebec Wharf is a canal side Grade II listed warehouse conversion built in 1878 whose original use was as a horse foraging warehouse for the North Metropolitan Tramways...

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St Saviour's House

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St Saviours House is a Victorian warehouse conversion which was originally a factory for curing ham.  The conversion created twelve apartments and two adjoining townhouses which have separate entrances....

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Lloyds Wharf

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Lloyds Wharf is a converted mill from early 1900’s that was developed in the early 1980’s, one of the very first in the area. It is on Mill Street and backs onto St. Saviours Dock The 23...

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