- 263 Apartments
- 278,600 sqft Residential
Based in the heart of Croydon, Leon House represents one of the UK’s finest surviving examples of mid-20th century brutalist architecture.
ColladoCollins recently completed a sympathetic conversion of this iconic scheme, transforming it from an outmoded office, retail and restaurant space, into a sophisticated residential development, befitting of its 22-storey status in the heart of Croydon.
Creating the ideal work-life balance, the development now provides 263 one and two bedroom apartments, a double height lobby, co-working space, meeting rooms, a private dining room and a roof terrace.
Whilst renovating the building, an extensive piece of artwork by renowned post-war sculptor and artist, William Mitchell was uncovered, having been hidden away beneath a concrete column for over a decade. This has now been restored to its former glory takes pride of place in the new lobby.
A modern, new vision for Leon House has transformed this iconic 1960’s building into a stylish skyrise, introducing true luxury living to Croydon.