Eastside Academy

Eastside Academy

Eastside Academy was built in 1837 to provide an education for girls in the parish. In 1897 the buildings were acquired to form the central site for L.C.C. (London County Council) Hackney institute. In 1928 Hackney institute then became L.C.C. Hackney technical institute, and in 1947 to the Hackney technical college.

Now converted into unique loft apartments, the property is now one of the most popular residential developments in Hackney. Located on the fast growing Dalston Lane, it is ideally positioned between Mare Street, Dalston and Shoreditch. There are plenty of local shops, restaurants and bars and London Fields, Victoria Park and Broadway Market are all nearby.

Transport Links

Rail links: Hackney Downs (National Rail), Hackney Central (National Rail), Dalston Kingsland (National Rail) and Dalston Junction (Overground).

Bus links: There are numerous bus links providing extensive travel connections across London.

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