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Lee Baron to manage Colour House

The specialist property manager has been appointed by Colour House, a new development in Dalston, to manage its new portfolio of residential loft-spaces.

Lee Baron’s remit will include the day-to-day estate management of the lofts and residential spaces, including the maintenance and cleaning of the common areas and ensuring compliance with all the latest health and safety legislation.

Colour House, developed by Urban & Urban Properties Limited, offers a series of contemporary living spaces, stylishly designed lofts apartments, fitted with luxury ensuite bathrooms and open-plan areas.

The building, previously the headquarters of Leyland SDM, is situated in the vibrant neighbourhood of Dalston, East London, offering access to key London hubs with Liverpool Street, Kings Cross and Oxford Circus at the 20-minute mark, and Farringdon, Canary Wharf and Victoria reachable in under 30 minutes.

Commenting on the new contract award, Ian Jones, Group Chief Operating Officer, Lee Baron, said: “It’s great to have been appointed to manage Colour House, an urban-inspired series of 18 apartments. This is a modern and luxury complex in a trendy neighbourhood in London. I know that the team’s unparalleled expertise in property management will ensure the smooth running of the development.”

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