Take 26 acres of historic London. Add intelligent design, creativity, sustainability, and a real sense of community; and you have Sugar House Island. This water-bounded district in east London is being transformed into a truly mixed-use neighbourhood. A place alive with the hustle and bustle of local business people alike, retailers and residents. Where creative commercial space sits alongside mews-style townhouses, where creatives have meetings in coffee shops or local people drop by for lunch by the river. Where beautiful public courtyards open up to piazzas and waterways bringing a tranquil sense of place to visitor-friendly riverside parks connecting into miles and miles of east London tow-paths. In the next five years, Sugar House Island will deliver: • 58,000m² offices (624,000ft²) bringing 2,500 jobs to the local area. • 1,200 homes, with 40% 3-bed or more. • Gardens, courtyards and 1.2 hectares (3 acres) of open space including a riverside park. • Restaurants, cafés and shops, all with an independent feel. • A 350-bed hotel. • 3 new bridges connecting the development into surrounding communities. This site is under construction, with the first phase, Dane’s Yard, offering 9,000m² (100,000ft²) of office space to the creative industries in eight old and new buildings, leasing now. Register for regular updates, please register on the website.