A creative renaissance is transforming Tottenham, London’s fastest-growing creative zone, home to the The Bernie Grant Arts Centre, communities of artists working out of warehouses and world-renowned dance and theatre organisations. The developers behind the regeneration of Tottenham Hale have commissioned a short film that features an A to Z of all that makes the area such an amazing and vibrant place to live, study and work.

Some of the place are definitely worth paying a visit like:

Craving Coffee is an independent family owned business & licensed café in Tottenham, founded by local residents Matt & Rachel Ho. Open 7 days to eat in and take away, with Tottenham Social food pops ups every Thursday – Saturday night.  The café is host to monthly art exhibitions from the local creative community. If you just want to have some fun and have a pint, you must try Beavertown Brewery which is driven by a passion for innovation and quality with local taproom events every Saturday. Walthamstow Wetlands is a must do for every nature lover, it is internationally important nature reserve, providing home and shelter to a wide range of wildlife, from rare waterfowl to majestic birds of prey. If you are up for a glass of gin, Victory London Distillery is run by husband and wife team, Max and Máire Chater creating award winning gin using unique, modern processes. If you are looking for fresh organic food Tottenham Green Market is a local event that celebrates the diverse street food, produce, drink, crafts & vintage from the local area and beyond.

At the center of all the buzz there is a huge development popping-up reshaping Tottenham Hale as the new Shoreditch or Dalston. The masterplanned estate puts public spaces and the ground-floor experience at its core, working with AHMM, Alison Brooks Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards, RUFF Architects and Grant Associates to deliver Haringey Council’s vision of a new district centre for the area. The developers are delivering 1,030 new homes – a mix of market sale, affordable and rental; 15 new retail spaces; co-working and office space; space for a new health centre serving 30,000 local people; and two football pitches’ worth of well-lit, elegantly-paved public space with seating and 75 new trees. Argent Related is a developer combining expertise from the regeneration of King’s Cross and the creation of Hudson Yards in New York, experienced in designing and delivering multi-phase masterplans that transform their locations into enjoyable places to visit and to call home. Find out more: http://www.tottenhamhale.london