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. A place alive with the hustle and bustle of local business people, workers on site, residents and neighbours. 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. • 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. The first homes will be available to rent from summer 2020. To register for regular updates, please visit the website.