We were excited to receive the beautiful new brochures for
Hornsey Town Hall earlier this month.
Spanning an arts centre, hotel, co-working space and a collection of apartments in the heart of Crouch End, the newly restored Hornsey Town Hall is an iconic new development by the Far East Consortium.
Designed to celebrate all this, the brochures traced the building’s 90-year history, from its time as a home for Hornsey Borough Council to its use as a music venue. During the 60s and 70s, it welcomed the likes of Queen and Ray Davies to perform there.
As well as giving readers a snapshot of the building’s history, we also touched on life in Crouch End today. We researched the top eateries, watering holes and cultural hotspots in the local area. We then sent out our photographer to capture the vibrancy of the neighbourhood and its people.
The brochures were showcased at the official launch event last week. Locals, journalists and potential buyers all headed to Hornsey Town Hall for the development’s grand unveiling.
If you couldn’t make it to the launch, take a look around the
Hornsey Town Hall website.