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Farrell aims to make its mark on Old Street

Terry Farrell and Partners has released this image of a new landmark building for London's Old Street.

A planning application has been lodged with the London Borough of Hackney for the mixed-use regeneration project.

The scheme is to include a courtyard surrounded by studio workshops, restaurants, café, shops and residential units.

The proposal will retain an existing Art Deco building and add a new residential tower, and according to the architect will be a 'key milestone in the transformation of this part of the city'.

A spokesperson for Farrell and Partners said: 'The building has been conceived as an elegant landmark, which will contribute positively to the streetscape by providing new frontages and a vibrant public space.

'This groundbreaking mixed-use proposal will provide high-quality private and affordable housing and facilities for the locality.'

by Rob Sharp

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