This week’s selected rentals include a great bright apartment in an iconic former factory and a huge two bedroom apartment in Hackney Wick…

Chatham Place, E9

This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment in Hackney is a former factory and still benefits from enormous factory windows allowing for abundant natural light. The property is finished to a very high standard with built in appliances, private balcony and under floor heating. Residents also benefit from a concierge.

Available 11 December, unfurnished. £495 per week

To arrange a viewing get in touch 020 3222 5555 or see more about this property HERE 

Rydon Street, N1

This great end of terrace period three bedroom property has wooden flooring and high ceilings throughout, a spacious living room/kitchen and a private patio garden.

Rydon Street is a quiet residential street just moments from the award winning bars, restaurants and boutiques of Islington.

£695 per week

To arrange a viewing get in touch 020 7288 9109 or see more about this property HERE

Wick Lane, E3

This large two bedroom apartment is located in the heart of creative hub Hackney Wick and within easy reach of the amenities at Stratford.

The property is over 1000 sq ft and benefits from floor to ceiling windows and dual aspect views in the open plan living room/kitchen. Both bedrooms are large doubles, one en-suite. The is also a good sized family bathroom.

Available from 26 November. £415 per week.

To arrange a viewing get in touch 020 3222 5555 or read more about this property HERE 


See more rental opportunities HERE and come back next week for more highlights.

Last weekend saw the successful launch of Bagel Factory and Old Smokehouse at the dedicated marketing suite in Hackney Wick.

There was a really strong turnout with 120 people in attendance, and lots of interest in this exciting new development.

Hackney Wick and Fish Island are set to undergo extensive regeneration, building a creative hub that has been dubbed “the new Shoreditch” – and a perfect investment opportunity. The V&A, London College of Fashion and Sadler’s Wells Theatre are all opening in the Olympic Park, as well as a major development which will include new homes, schools and The International Quarter business centre.

All this change will generate over 50,000 jobs for the area and see The London Legacy Development Corporation establish one of the largest new urban spaces in Europe for over 150 years.

You can find out more about the developments and check out a virtual tour here.

Our Discover East resource centre, which focuses on the large scale regenerative changes in east London, has been bookmarked by industry expert David Spittles.

“Currell has opened a Discover East resource centre that is worth visiting, showing the regeneration plans and projects in and around Fish Island.”

In his latest article for the Evening Standard’s dedicated property supplement, Homes & Property, David focuses on Stratford and the area’s post-Olympic progress and picks up on our work in Discover East and the  He puts particular emphasis on the so called ‘Olympicopolis’, an £850 million project to make Stratford one of London’s newest and best cultural quarters. Plans include a new Victoria and Albert Museum, the relocated campus of the London College of Fashion and a Sadler’s Wells theatre and choreography school.

As part of these changes, Boris Johnson recently announced plans to bump Stratford Station from Zone 3 to Zone 2, showing, as Boris says, “the shifting economic map of London.”

It is these ambitious plans that form the focus of our Discover East resource centre, and the effect they will have in particular on the relatively undiscovered areas of Hackney Wick and Fish Island.

Our interchangeable 3D model at the Discover East resource centre

Our interchangeable 3D model at the Discover East resource centre

The office plays host to an extensive 3D interchangeable model, highlighting proposed changes to the infrastructure, planning and developments in the area, as well as dedicated research to this very special part of the city. We are working alongside the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) to ensure our information is as accurate as possible as we continue to move forward.

To arrange a time to view the model and discuss the area with a member of our New Homes East team, call 020 3826 4888 or email

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