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Postmark, London, EC1A

The first phase of this iconic development will comprise of 151 studio, one, two and three bed apartments designed by acclaimed interior architects Conran + Partners. Residents will benefit from a gym, 24-hour concierge service, private lounge, rooftop terrace and a beautifully landscaped courtyard.

Postmark is one of the most unique, central London developments where the energetic, eclectic East meets the traditional, prestigious West. Delivering an inspiring new neighbourhood to the heart of London and built on the foundations of a global British icon, Postmark will bring new life to the historic flagship site of the Royal Mail postal service.

In addition to this, Postmark will also deliver an exciting mix of cafes, restaurants, retailers and public spaces that can be enjoyed by the residents’ and public alike. 

Location information:

Sitting across two postcodes, WC1 and EC1, and surrounded by Farringdon, Clerkenwell, King’s Cross and Chancery Lane, Postmark is at the epicentre of the leading creative, technology and knowledge industries and will be a symbol of connectivity.

Located in Zone 1 residents will benefit from the Crossrail opening at Farringdon station in 2018 enabling travel times of:

4 minutes to Bond Street,

5 minutes to Liverpool Street

8 minutes to Canary Wharf.

Walk times:
10 Minutes to Farringdon - Crossrail connection
10 Minutes to Chancery Lane
12 Minutes to Russell Square

Local authority: Islington

Amenities/ USP's:

Extensive Leisure Facilities

Exclusive Porter / Concierge Service 

Vibrant Balcony Space 

New Build / New Development / Purpose Built 

Private Parking

Launch Information:

The first phase will be launching in Kuala Lumpur now, with prices starting from £670,000.

For further information on Postmark or to arrange a private 1-1 appointment, please contact Dominic Heaton-Watson.


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