Here at London Residential we love the quirky, individual character of Camden Town but that doesn't mean it can't evolve and add extra dimensions.
The regeneration of the lock area has brought a different vibe to this part of town. A new wave of apartments, bars and shops is now bridging the gap between the slick new image of neighbouring King's Cross, the counter-culture roots of old Camden Town and the more regal air of adjacent Regent's Park.
As mentioned in the Evening Standard's Homes & Property supplement, Camden is being seen in a new light by a new audience. Still a mecca for design and creative industries, NW5 is also at the forefront of the live-work movement and is beginning to turn heads on the international business stage, thanks to its close proximity to St Pancras - from where Paris is less than two hours by Eurostar.
New on the property scene is Barratt's Camden Courtyards and Galliard's Carlow House - both complementing the existing period property stock and warehouse conversions.
Canalside regeneration has brought bars, cafés and smart apartments, while the Eurostar terminal has put Paris less than two hours away.