Paul Belchak & Co has awarded the PPM contract for Cordy House, Curtain Road EC2. The property consists of five floors of offices (24,653 sq ft), seven apartments with a restaurant on the ground floor. It is a new build and incorporates ground source heating and the building will be completed in August 2015. CEM is delighted to be awarded their first contract from Paul Belchak & Co.
Paul Belchak & Co. is an independent firm and has a wealth of knowledge and over twenty year’s experience of the local property market in and around Spitalfields and Shoredith. With an attention to detail, this ensures an expert and honest service to all clients, potential tenants and purchasers. Click here for their website.
From a London street directory of 1921, it shows that the whole of Curtain Road was predominantly devoted to cabinet makers, furniture manufacturers and associated trades e.g. upholsterers, veneer producers and cabinet liners.
For a few years (2005-2009), Cordy House was a magnet for artists in East London thanks to Garfield Hackett who transformed a lonely shell of a building on Curtain Road into an East London institution. Under Hackett’s stewardship, Cordy House hosted theatre groups Punchdrunk and YouMeBumBumTrain, graffiti legends Shepard Fairey and D*Face, and all manner of parties, art shows and photo shoots. The first official event was the Boy George Fashion Show. They painted a catwalk on the floor and Naomi Campbell was the first person photographed coming out of Cordy House.
By Admin|2019-01-30T12:59:02+00:00July 18th, 2015|News|