Warehouse flats in Kentish Town: former factory converted into 57 loft-style apartments at The Maple Building

An iconic north London former furniture factory has been converted into 57 loft-style apartments with a basement gym and smart concierge lobby.

Warehouses and factories continue to yield smart new homes. During its 20th-century heyday, Maples was a leading furniture manufacturer and retailer, with a Royal Warrant and a vast Tottenham Court Road shop.

The business perished in the Nineties but the handsome Kentish Town factory lives on as The Maple Building. 

Split into 57 loft-style apartments with original Crittall windows, the old entrance foyer has been restored and is now a smart concierge lobby. Offices also occupy the ground floor, enlivening the atmosphere, and there is a basement gym. 

The building butts up against an office campus which has workspaces for creatives and entrepreneurs and a kitchen run by Soho House.

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The Maple Building: the building butts up against an office campus which has workspaces for creatives and entrepreneurs

Prices from £525,000, with furniture packages available. Call developer Linton Group on 020 3811 1315.


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