5th July 2021
Construction at our development on Kilburn Lane, Kensal Rise reached a key milestone last week with a topping out ceremony with the team behind the project. We are delighted with the progress and thank you to all those involved from Mead Building Contractors, POW Architects, Mendick Waring, Patrick Parsons, Avison Young and Brown Lock Partnership.
The mixed-use development, Old Dairy House, is a boutique collection of 16 one, two and three bedroom apartments, all with private outdoor space and communal roof terrace and will be completed this year with the show flat available later this summer.
The contemporary building with a brick façade is respectful to the character of the quiet Victorian streets around and blends harmoniously into this hip but welcoming corner of West London with a great story to tell.
If you walked down Kilburn Lane in the 1960s you would have had the sight of cattle walking the streets. Named after the Higgins Bros Dairy that once stood here, well before Kensal Rise’s transformation, there is still a real village like atmosphere that makes Kensal Rise so unique as it continues to change.
Back in the mid 2000s, as part of W10’s artistic renaissance, the building that once housed a dairy was home to a recording studio used by rising local star Adele. In the subsequent years this whole quarter has been transformed into a creative hub, with the community at its heart. The Old Dairy House is now ready for this new chapter in this address’s characterful history.