Who wants to live in Soho, or Covent Garden?
While some new London developments struggle to conjure up a sense of place when all that lies outside is mud, bulldozers and a big hole of promises, others have the good fortune of locations that are overflowing with famous local associations.
Hexagon Apartments in Covent Garden launched recently to a select crowd who dined on fish dishes by J Sheekey accompanied by Ronnie Scott’s pianist James Pearson, before the actor Simon Callow presented his personal eulogy to the area’s theatrical heritage…
Read the full article for Philip Eastwood‘s insight on Soho and Covent Garden:
Who wants to live in Soho, or Covent Garden? | The Telegraph