Although King’s Cross garnered less than glowing reviews in the past, it’s steadily shedding its seedy reputation and becoming a burgeoning artist enclave. Affordable (for London) rents and a central city location increasingly attract investment in King’s Cross—its array of dining options and theatre spaces continues to grow. If performances don’t pique your interest, consider the neighborhood’s literary appeal—Harry Potter boarded his Hogwart’s bound train from platform 9 ¾ in King’s Cross station.See 88 places to stay Save this neighborhood
From Post-Industrial to Artistically-Inclined
We would definitely recommend this [neighborhood] to anyone who wants to be centrally located and use the flat as a base to enjoy this vibrant city and all it has to offer."
Visited in 2012
King's Cross: A Transit Core
There are lots of shops in St Pancras Station and the best grocery store nearby is Waitrose in the Brunswick Centre. There is more public transport within 100m than almost anywhere else on the planet (buses, metro, rail)."
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Rebecca Duke has been working as a photographer for the last decade, after attending Central St Martin’s in London. Her work focuses on people, interiors and travel and has been published in The Sunday Times, Elle Decor and Conde Nast Traveller. Rebecca travels frequently for her work but loved working in her hometown of London for this project. London’s friendliness about this work took this ‘true Londoner’ by surprise.