Sugar House Island is a new mixed-use neighbourhood in the heart of east London
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-bound district in east London is being transformed into a truly mixed-use neighbourhood.
Vastint UK is set to deliver 58,000 m² office space bringing 2,500 jobs to the area, 1,200 homes, three acres of open space including a riverside park, as well as many independent restaurants, cafés and shops. Sugar House Island’s thriving community already includes over 600 residents, office tenants, a two-form entry Primary school and the UK’s first national Talent House for urban culture.
Sugar House Island is a waterside development located in Stratford east London, just a stone’s throw away from the Olympic Park. The site sits among the calming waterways of the River Lea and Three Mills Wall River. Incredibly well connected, Sugar House Island is within easy reach of eight stations, seven lines, five bus routes and two dedicated cycle routes for easy access to the city and its surrounds.