The Onyx Apartments are conscientiously designed for modern, elegant, professional living. The building is an architectural display of harmoniously balanced brick and glass, positioned on the banks of the Regent's Canal.
Every one of the 117 beautiful 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in the heart of King’s Cross have been carefully crafted, with exceptional attention to detail to every fitting and fixture for an optimum living experience.
Onyx Apartments offer the highest of quality, finish and specifications of materials. The apartment kitchens and bathrooms are perfectly fitted. Every surface of our apartments is furnished with made-to-measure materials that exude sophistication, including Oak Cirrus wooden flooring and Volcana Dust wall tiles. The Apartments feature the marriage of contemporary interior design and a palette of soft tonal colors to provide you with an elegant and refreshing living experience.
The spacious rooms are illuminated by natural light. The large windows and sliding doors, offering some wonderful views of the breathtaking city skyline.
Perfectly situated, The Onyx is in one of the most well connected areas in London, with Kings Cross and St Pancras International Stations within close proximity. They also sit within the boundaries of the new N1C postcode and the wider regeneration area of Kings Cross which incorporates enticing public and green spaces and restored heritage buildings. Residential and retail developments, galleries, bars and shops are in the immediate neighbourhood. This pocket of London is fast evolving into a highly desirable area for Granary Square living and investment.
Travelling by train, tube, bus, bike or on foot, it couldn’t be easier to get around on a local, national and international level. Nationally, the close proximity of Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston Stations give you easy access to cities such as Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and other major UK cities for both business and leisure. You could be wandering the enchanting streets of Paris or soaking up the history of Brussels in a little over two hours.