Looking to explore a different part of London? Attic Self Storage has launched an interactive area guide to King’s Cross, complete with beautiful photography and 360-degree imagery to give users a real feel for the area. The guide features a map with pins to help users find their way around, plus comprehensive, up-to-date information on what to do, see and eat in the neighbourhood. There’s also information on some of the most exciting new housing developments popping up for those looking to relocate to an ever-evolving part of London.
Everyone from tourists to Londoners and culture vultures to food gourmands will benefit from this handy guide. Perfect for planning a day trip or a night out, it includes museums, parks, music venues and markets, not to mention a low down on the huge variety of hip bars and restaurants that are waiting to be explored.
You’ll be hard pushed to find anywhere else where you can read about Thomas Hardy’s gravestone decorations in St Pancras Old Church alongside a lowdown on the King’s Cross tech scene and its burgeoning food and drink scene! This is arguably the most comprehensive write up the neighbourhood has ever received.
Any fear of information overload is quelled thanks to the map and visually inspiring catalogue of photos that will be enough to make you jump on the first tube straight to the country’s most famous train station.
Attic Self Storage is proud to support the local community, from collaborating in the creation of Market Road Gallery – a platform for local artists – to supporting the Islington Sustainable Energy Partnership, and this guide is another step to raising awareness of the local area.
Frederic de Ryckman de Betz, CEO at Attic Self Storage, said: “When we first opened our new store on York Way, we were amazed at how much the local area had changed over the past few years. We felt it would be useful to have a local guide, for people moving to King’s Cross, Camden and the surrounding area, as much as for visitors. We can’t wait to update the guide as this vibrant neighbourhood continues to grow, and we hope you find it as inspiring as we did.”