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new Chicago-style skyscraper flats in Harrow come with solar electricity and communal roof terraces
 
 
  Harrow, in Zone 5, is a family favourite thanks to its handsome Georgian conservation quarter, its many big interwar houses built at low densities, green open spaces, famous Harrow School and quick train links to central London.

Now a Heart of Harrow regeneration project is transforming the town centre and attracting young singles and couples. There’s already a youthful buzz about the place with University of Westminster Media, Arts and Design campus.

Up to 5,000 new homes are on the way with Help to Buy properties included.

Roxborough House replaces former Harrow Building Society’s headquarters and brings 18 flats

Harrow Square is a higher-profile scheme of 318 flats designed by Chicago-based skyscraper specialists SOM architects. Four blocks rise from six to 20 storeys, part of a new high street commercial hub that includes a new library, shops, offices and upgraded public spaces.

Many of the homes are dual-aspect, while there are also communal roof terraces, and solar panels help generate cheaper electricity for residents.

A former Kodak printworks has been bulldozed to make way for 1,800 homes. Harrow View West, the first phase of 600 homes, has family houses with gardens set in leafy avenues.

Lyon Square has 310 flats with Concierge, underground parking and gym are in the package.
     
 


 

 

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