• April 22, 2016
  • News

The Bedford Estates and Store Street have been featured in a property feature on Bloomsbury, written by David Spittles for London Evening Standard. The transformation of once-seedy King’s Cross and St Pancras on Bloomsbury’s northern edge is the regeneration story of the decade. The Bedford Estates backed by a local business partnership, Camden Council and English Heritage, is spearheading this change with conversion of many office leases back to residential. The wider regeneration includes the £7 million investment of The Bedford Estates on improving Store Street’s streetscape. The transformation has attracted to the street new restaurants, galleries and niche independent retailers including Russell & Chapple, London’s oldest art supplies shop, Orchidya the “orchid florist”, and Cloud 9 Cycles, a maker of bespoke bicycles.