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Introducing Capella – a last chance to buy in King’s Cross

Capella is a new elegant landmark located on Lewis Cubitt Park, the biggest green space in King’s Cross, will bring 120 private and 56 social rented apartments to the market, with hopes of setting a new benchmark for quality urban living.

As the final residential development within the 67-acre regeneration scheme, Capella represents a significant milestone for King’s Cross and the last private residences available to buy. A combination of spacious studio, one, two and three-bedroom residences and townhouses offer the final opportunity for buyers to purchase a private home in one of Europe’s most famed neighbourhoods.

Green and Spacious Living 


Taking inspiration from the green environment that surrounds it, a seamless journey from the park and into the home is achieved at Capella. Conceived by London architecture practice and master planners for King’s Cross, Allies and Morrison, the collection of residences have been orientated towards Lewis Cubitt Park, with floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces, to take advantage of the unobstructed views. 

With interior design led by award-winning studio Johnson Naylor, Capella provides residents with adaptable living spaces that bring the outside indoors. Apartments are bathed with natural light that streams over earthy palettes, greenery, and natural tactile finishes. The on-site amenities ensure residents have space to make the most of every moment and are equally warm and characterful in their aesthetic.

The scheme boasts a landscaped roof terrace overlooking King’s Cross, residents’ lounge with relaxed seating, as well as collaborative and private working areas. Additional spaces include a quiet cinema zone, games area and bookable dining room that overlooks the urban courtyard.


Introducing Capella – a last chance to buy in King’s Cross

Embodying urban parkside living, Capella is set within a walkable neighbourhood with an array of parks, open spaces and landscaped gardens on the doorstep. King’s Cross, now a carbon-neutral neighbourhood, provides every residential building with zero carbon heating via its district energy network, supplied by green gas. Capella homeowners will also have access to 1km of canal-side and 26 acres of public space.

Robert Evans, joint managing partner at Argent LLP and CEO of King’s Cross, said: “The launch of Capella presents our last collection of new homes at King’s Cross and the final opportunity to become part of this extraordinary neighbourhood.” 

James Cohen, a partner in Knight Frank’s New Homes team, said: “The ‘escape to the country’ trend was dominant during lockdown, but we’re now seeing the return of the ‘boomerang buyer’ in London. Demand for property in the city has risen strongly, with the number of new prospective buyers 67% higher compared to the five-year average.”

Cohen continues: “King’s Cross continues to be one of the most successful regeneration projects of the last decade and as the final residential chapter, Capella brings an incredible and unparalleled period of regeneration to a close. The area has completely transformed into one of the most sought-after residential districts in London.” 

Cohen concludes: “Following the hugely successful launch of Cadence in 2020, we’re expecting Capella to follow suit. Potential buyers can expect the same attention to detail in the design of the apartments themselves with an exciting range of amenity spaces on offer. Capella will be the residential launch of the year that everyone is talking about, and Knight Frank is delighted to be bringing this highly-anticipated scheme to the market.”

Welcoming a New Community

King’s Cross is London’s most connected district, the area is a hub of creative and innovative businesses. With Nike, Sony Music and Universal Music, Meta and Google headquartered there.

King’s Cross links six underground lines and boasts two mainline stations, including St Pancras International, and home to the Eurostar. Furthermore, all five of London’s airports are within an hour. 


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