Construction work has completed on the redevelopment of a public house in Islington, into three luxury, duplex apartments.
Priestley Construction, the contracting arm of Leeds-based Priestley Group, has completed the £2.5m transformation of the building, located on Packington Street in Angel, North London.
The client, Priestley Homes, will retain the development, entitled Islinghaus Apartments, for the rental market.
Construction work included raising the roof of the building to create space for the the duplex homes, adding bespoke timber sliding sash windows and constructing new dormer windows to match existing features.
The properties have been designed to the highest specification, creating three contemporary apartments with smart technology to epitomise luxury living.
Ideal for commuters, the development is situated just 500 metres from Angel Tube Station and half a mile from Essex Road rail station. The City of London and Camden Town are reachable in less than 20 minutes.
Rob Pell, head of construction at Priestley Construction said, “We’re thrilled to have finished work on Islinghaus Apartments, the first of many projects planned in London. The transformation perfectly displays our exacting standards and luxurious finishes, creating modern living spaces in an extremely sought-after area. Following our National Building Awards win in May, we’re excited to begin more projects in the capital, further building our national presence.”
Derry McCulloch, director at Priestley Homes said, “Priestley Construction has outdone itself with this renovation project and we’re overjoyed with the results. The level of finish on the homes is exquisite and captures our initial version perfectly, combining elegance and simplicity. We’re confident that these homes will prove extremely popular on the rental market.”