Building    From 1908 

Royalty Mansions

Categories: Architecture

Building

Built in 1908 as flats with workrooms for tailors. It was purchased for improvement by the Soho Housing Association in 1978 and after extensive renovation work was opened in 1980.
Architects:
1908 Harold A Woodington
1978 Peter Mishcon and Associates.

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