All places in the category "Housing"

Spelman House

1939, London County Council block of 33 flats

7 Vallance Road

1873-6 shophouse, probably designed by Jethro T. Robinson

Albany Court, 18-25 Plumbers Row

early 1970s workshops, rebuilt as showrooms and flats in the late 1990s, raised 2002

Dryden Building, 37 Commercial Road

1999-2000, block of flats with shops

29 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

156-164 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

188-192 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

26 Whitechapel Road

1893-4, shophouse

2-7 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

91-99 Fieldgate Street, including Feather Mews

1926-7, garment-making complex with house, warehouse, courtyard and garage, now with shops and workshops

8 Ensign Street

1994-5 flats

Treves House, Vallance Road

1959 block of flats

205 Whitechapel Road

Part of a row of four shophouses of 1865–8

Albion Yard (formerly Albion Brewery)

Albion Brewery established 1807, rebuilt and extended 1863-8 and 1894-1902 for Mann, Crossman & Paulin, converted to flats in 1993-5

125 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

Jacobs Court and Foundry Court, 17-19 Plumbers Row

2006-8, flats

21 Whitechapel Road

early 19th century shophouse, much altered, on the site of the Green Dragon Inn

13-15 Greatorex Street with 80 Old Montague Street

1961-2, flats above community centre (Morris Kasler Hall, a kosher luncheon club, converted to business development centre in 1999)

29 Whitechapel Road

1891, built by and for Mark Levy as tailoring premises above and behind a draper's shop

2 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

Naylor Building East, 15 Adler Street

c2000 block of flats

16 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing with shop

14 New Road

shophouse, c.1810

45 Royal Mint Street

Built 1978-1982 with Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

52 East Smithfield, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

129 Whitechapel Road

c1825-6 shophouse adapted by George Davy to be coffee rooms by 1831, refronted in 1900

2-6 Old Montague Street

1904-5, shops and dwellings

9 Davenant Street

2005-8, 11 flats with shop

Kirstein's Mansions

1911, shops, tenements and workrooms

Myrdle Court

1930s block of flats

52 to 58 Commercial Road

2006-08 shop, office and residential building, two towers, one of 13 storeys, one of 18, rising from 4- and 5-storey base

6 Durward Street

1876-7, former Board school on the site of a ragged school of 1862, closed 1911 and adapted for industrial use, converted to flats in 1996-7

Tower House, 81 Fieldgate Street

1900–1902, Rowton House hostel, converted to flats

Block H

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

Block A

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

18 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing with shop

26 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing with shop

25 Whitechapel Road

shop-house of c.1750, probably built for William Forster, distiller, altered in the 19th century and raised c.2003

4 Frostic Walk

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

4 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

16 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

24 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

32 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

40 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

48 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

3 Brady Street

mid 19th century shophouse

10 Vallance Road

1904, shophouse

19 Old Montague Street

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

23 Old Montague Street

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

Whitechapel Bell Foundry, 2 Fieldgate Street

mid 1740s, probably built as the foundry foreman's house

44 Trahorn Close

2009, six-bedroom house

79 Durward Street

2000-3, house

10 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

18 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

20-27 Wentworth Dwellings

1980s brown brick flats with shop units to ground floor, and school to Goulston Street. On site of Davis Mansions

89 Durward Street

2000-3, house

2 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

12 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

22 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

32 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

20 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

12 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

217 Whitechapel Road (formerly the Old Red Lion public house)

part of a building of 1846–7, a public house up to 1991

Brunswick House

1983-4 brown brick flats with shops to ground floor on site of 1880s 181-280 Brunswick Buildings

11-15 Casson Street

1987-8, row of three houses built for the Bangladeshi-led Spitalfields Housing Co-operative

21 Old Montague Street

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

35 White Church Lane

19th-century houses, part rebuilt and perhaps refronted in 1915, demolished 2016

37 White Church Lane

19th-century houses, part rebuilt and perhaps refronted in 1915, demolished 2016

9 Vallance Road

1873-6, probably designed by Jethro T. Robinson, access to workshops for the Pavilion Theatre

15 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

31 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

156-164 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

188-192 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

2-7 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

12 Whitechapel Road

shophouse with origins around 1770, refronted in 1998

142–146 Whitechapel Road (with 135 New Road)

1826–7 as part of a row of shophouses, altered 1846 and 2008–10

231 Whitechapel Road

earlier one-room deep shophouse refronted in 1906

Onedin Point, 20-22 Ensign Street

2000–1 flats, on the site of the Destitute Sailors' Asylum

Whitechapel Mission

Methodist Mission built to designs by Lee Reading & Associates, 1969-71, with chapel to north, hostel to south

25 Casson Street

1900-01, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

Flats 1 to 58, 120 Gower's Walk

2007-8 6-storey block of flats, site of part of the London, Tilbury and Southend railway goods depot

Magenta House

2011-12, student housing for Capitalise Assets/Watkins Jones, designed by Aros Architects

William Hill, 10 Brick Lane

c1955 shop and flats on a frontage first developed in the 17th century

2-6 Old Montague Street

1904-5, shops and dwellings

243 Whitechapel Road

c.1835 shophouse

Booth House

1965-7, Salvation Army hostel, refurbished and refronted 2000-2

4-10 Hopetown Street

1980-2 as GLC flats

30 East Tenter Street

1901, dwellings

115 Whitechapel Road

c1820 origins as a shophouse, part rebuilt in 1931-2

265 Whitechapel Road

1767-72, part of group of four shophouses, Samuel Ireland, builder-developer, converted and restored 2007-8 and c.2012

16 New Road

shophouse, c.1810

10 Whitechapel Road

shophouse with origins c.1770, refronted around 1998

28 Whitechapel Road

shophouse of 1846, rebuilt 1997

19 White Church Lane

1898-9 as a house, factory and office (with 9 Manningtree Street)

127 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

13 White Church Lane

three shophouses of 1915-17

New Evershed House and 28 to 42 Old Castle Street

2013-14, four-storey block of flats (New Evershed House), and eight maisonettes (28 to 42)

Blocks B and C

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

Arcadia Court, formerly 90 to 222 Wentworth Dwellings

1886 block of flats with shops at 30 to 50 Wentworth Street and 36 to 48 Goulston Street to ground floor

The Dellow Centre

1994 accommodation for homelessness charity Providence Row

24 Osborn Street

1904-5, doctor's house and surgery, now a shop and offices. This was the site of a courthouse from the 1790s to the 1850s.

27 Monthorpe Road

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

4 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

6 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

8 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

10 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

12 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

14 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

16 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing with shop, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

16 Spelman Street (rear)

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

18 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing with shop, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

24 Chicksand Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

26 Chicksand Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

28 Chicksand Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

6 Frostic Walk

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

27 Casson Street

1900-01, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

74 Whitechapel High Street

1828-9 shop house, now a restaurant, upper floors converted to studio flats 2001

21 Casson Street

1900-01, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

19 Casson Street

1900-01, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

84b Whitechapel High Street

19thc house and workshop building, now Freedom Press bookshop, on west side of Angel Alley

261 Whitechapel Road

1767-72, part of group of four shophouses, Samuel Ireland, builder-developer, restored c.2012

6 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

64 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ

1880s stock brick shop with residential over

215 Whitechapel Road

part of a building of 1846-7

18 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

26 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

34 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

42 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

291 Whitechapel Road

1907-8, shops and dwellings on a site built up since the 1620s

50 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

17 Old Montague Street

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

12 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

293 Whitechapel Road

c.1840, shophouse, possibly refronted in 1881

4 Brick Lane

c1955 shop and flats on a frontage first developed in the 17th century

Fieldgate Mansions

1905-6 dwellings

115-119 Commercial Road

1900, built as the Red House Coffee Palace, now shops and flats

93-95 Commercial Road

c.1900 shop and dwellings

11-15 Casson Street

1987-8, row of three houses built for the Bangladeshi-led Spitalfields Housing Co-operative

Zara's Corner, 20 Spelman Street

1900-03, tenement housing with shop, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

101 Whitechapel Road

c1815 origins, raised 2005-7, flats over shop

55 to 112 Times Square

2006-7, seven-storey block of flats, on site of part of the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway goods depot

11 Vallance Road

1873-6 shophouse, probably designed by Jethro T. Robinson

17 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

33 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

156-164 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

209 Whitechapel Road

Part of a row of four shophouses of 1865-8

233 Whitechapel Road with 1 Court Street

1854 as a rebuilding of the Star and Garter public house, now shop and dwellings

11-13 New Road

1906, dwellings built by Abraham Davis

188-192 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

2-7 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

245-249 Whitechapel Road

1903, shops and flats

259 Whitechapel Road

A shophouse with early nineteenth century origins where Joseph Merrick (the Elephant Man) met Frederick Treves, restored c.2012

267 Whitechapel Road

1767-72, part of group of four shophouses, Samuel Ireland, builder-developer, converted and restored 2007-8 and c.2012

25 New Road

c.1795 house, now with showroom

102 Whitechapel Road

1852, house with cafe and warehouse, later a boarding house, now shop and flats

57-60 Royal Mint Street

2001-2, flats

48 Gower's Walk

1924 factory building (formerly 47-8) converted to flats 1997

1-5 Brady Street

mid 19th-century shophouse

55-61 New Road

c.1990 flats, pastiche rebuilding of late 18th-century houses

59 East Smithfield, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

89 New Road

house of the 1790s, shop inserted in the late 19th century, refurbished c.2010

Tower Mint Apartments

2009-10, flats with shop and offices

Block E

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

Block I

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

81 Durward Street

2000-3, house

91 Durward Street

2000-3, house

49 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

4 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

14 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

24 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

15 Lomas Street

2000-3, house

Liberty House, 24-26 Ensign Street

2001-2 flats

21 Lomas Street

2000-3, house

25 Lomas Street

2000-3, house

Fieldgate Mansions

1905–7 dwellings, built by Davis Brothers, Rowland Plumbe & Harvey, architects, refurbished 1983–91

Bradbury Court, 24 Old Castle Street

2013-14, five-storey block of flats, part of the Holland estate refurbishment and redevelopment

129 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

4 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

8 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

7 Blue Anchor Yard, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

12 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

16 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

52 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ

1880s stock brick corner shop with residential over

20 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

2-4 Wentworth Street, London E1 7TF

1880s stock brick shop with residential over

24 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

43 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

39 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

35 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

Sterling Mansions

former Co-operative Wholesale Society drapery showroom and warehouse of 1908-10, converted to flats in 2008

31 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

53 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick, site of the entrance to the yards of T.M. Fairclough, meat hauliers

27 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

92-3 Whitechapel High Street

1861 shophouses, now one building, upper floors converted to flats 2001 and extra floor added

1 New Goulston Street

1880s stock brick shop with residential over

207 Whitechapel Road

Part of a row of four shophouses of 1865–8, rebuilt after a fire in 1906

14 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC flats

28 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing

23 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

8 Frostic Walk

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

8 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

19 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

George Leybourne House

c.1986, flats

1-15 Trahorn Close

2000-3, flats

12-20 Osborn Street (Arbor City Hotel)

1957-61, clothing factory converted to hotel in 2001, on the site of a sugar refinery (1795) and the Victoria Wine Company's depot (1879)

Kempton Court (2 Durward Street and 7-23 Brady Street)

1996, block of flats with medical centre

Nagpal House, site of George Yard Ragged School

2003-04 offices with flats above, on site of George Yard Ragged School

108 Whitechapel Road

1860s shophouse with builder's yard to rear

105 Commercial Road

c.1900 shop and dwellings

125 Commercial Road

c.1900 shophouse

15 White Church Lane

shophouse of 1915-17

Chandlery House, 40 Gower's Walk

1894-5 wine warehouse with frontages to Gower's Walk and Back Church Lane, altered and floors added when converted to flats 1998-9

28 Osborn Street

early 19th century, reinstated 1949-50

Attlee House

1971 red brick block of flats and offices, part of the Toynbee Hall estate, demolished for redevelopment autumn 2016

13 Vallance Road

1873-4 as the Weavers Arms public house, converted to shops and tenements in 1911

19 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

35 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

1 Dock Street

1853-4, shophouse

Hult International Business School (with Hult Tower), 33 Commercial Road

warehouse and offices of 1902, linked with addition of tower to rear in 2012-14

17 Dock Street

2008 flats

57-71 Durward Street

2000-3, flats

52 Fieldgate Street

1903-4, workshop and dwellings

61 Royal Mint Street (formerly the City of Carlisle public house)

Probaby built in 1881 as the Blue Peter public house (1620 in gable may refer to an earlier building), now flats

11 Cartwright Street, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

17 John Fisher Street, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

156-164 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

The Denim Factory, 4-6 Davenant Street

1899-1900 clothier's warehouse, converted to offices and flats 2006-8

Jacobson House

1935-6 neo-Georgian flats built by the London County Council

Herbert House

1935-6 courtyard of neo-Georgian flats built by the London County Council on site of LSB Old Castle Street board school

1 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

Gateway Tower, Aldgate Place

2014-16, part of Barratt London development

14 Fordham Street

c.1900 shop and dwellings

1 Pump House Mews

2000, 1-bed semi-detached house

3 and 4 Pump House Mews

2000, block of two one-bed flats

3 Fulbourne Street

part of a row of four shophouses of 1878

3-3A Court Street

c.2013 shop and flats as infill in a neo-Victorian style, designed by M. H. and M. H. Rahman

251-253 Whitechapel Road

1903 shops and dwellings

299 Whitechapel Road (formerly the Lord Nelson public house)

1876 rebuilding of a public house with 17th-century origins, renamed by the boxer Daniel Mendoza when he was the landlord, closed about 1903

Ladbroke Court, 4 Resolution Plaza

2013-14, flats with shops to ground floor

College East

1980s flats (dem. 2017) retained red-brick frontage of 1886 College Buildings (architect: Elijah Hoole), part of the Toynbee Hall estate

73 Durward Street

2000-3, houses

83 Durward Street

2000-3, house

93 Durward Street

2000-3, house

Flats 1 to 12, 63 Gower's Walk

2007-8 six-storey block of 12 'affordable housing' flats (site of goods depot), part of redevelopment of 52-58 Commercial Road

46 Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, upper parts of 46 and 48 converted in 2010 to six flats as The Lofthouse, 48a Middlesex Street

3 Vallance Road

1873-6, shophouse, probably designed by Jethro T. Robinson

273A Whitechapel Road

1924, shophouse for Appleby & Matty

20 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing with shop

131 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

1-11 Frostic Walk

1980-2 as GLC flats

10 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

Student Castle, 65 Leman Street

2011-13 student accommodation, replacing the Co-operative Wholesale Society's Drapery Warehouse of 1928-30

6 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

16 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

26 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

17 Lomas Street

2000-3, house

23 Lomas Street

2000-3, house

14-36 Frostic Walk

1980-2 as GLC housing

2 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

6 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

10 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

14 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

18 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

22 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

26-40 Trahorn Close

2000-3, flats

41 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

37 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

33 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

29 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

7-8 Manningtree Street

2011-13 offices and residential

25 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

21 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

108A Whitechapel Road

1922-4, shop (now restaurant) and flats

17 Trahorn Close

2000-3, house

287 Whitechapel Road

1907-8, shops and dwellings, on a site built up since at least the 1620s

128-130 Whitechapel Road

1900-01, commercial premises for Arthur Winckles Brown, corn chandler

295 Whitechapel Road

c.1840 shophouse

303 Whitechapel Road

1904 shophouse, Henry Florence, architect, Solomon Bressloff & Son's boot dealers from the 1940s to the 1980s

Mirch Masala, 111-113 Commercial Road

c.1900 shops and dwellings (now with restaurant)

84 Whitechapel High Street

c. 1957 shop (now takeaway) and office building, incorporating access to Angel Alley, upper floors converted to flats 2000-1

113 to 145 Times Square, Hooper Street

2006-7 5-storey block of flats, on site of part of the London, Tilbury and Southend goods depot

2 King's Arms Court

2007-9 housing association flats

8A Vine Court

mid 19th century stable building, much altered, now a house

Metropolitan Tower, Aldgate Place

2014-17, Barratt London development, under construction

1 Cartwright Street

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

21 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

3 Regal Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

8 New Road

shophouse, c.1810

3 Osborn Street

early/mid 19th-century shop-house, upper floors converted to maisonette 1999-2000

2 Cable Street

1853-4, shophouse

13 New Road

1906, dwellings built by Abraham Davis

27 New Road

c.1795 house

19 Dock Street

1860, house, now offices, built for James Golding's cartage depot

54 Fieldgate Street

1903-4, workshop and dwellings

Magenta House

2011-12, student housing for Capitalise Assets/Watkins Jones, designed by Aros Architects

4 Cable Street

early 19th century shophouse, refronted in 1898, now with restaurant

213 Whitechapel Road

part of a building of 1846-7

187 Whitechapel Road

early 1640s in origin, house with shop

48 and 48a Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, upper parts of 46 and 48 converted in 2010 to six flats as The Lofthouse, 48a Middlesex Street

5 Fulbourne Street

part of a row of four shophouses of 1878

63 New Road

house, c.1795

Fresh, 29 Commercial Road

1901-2, shophouse

Green Dragon Yard

1999-2001, flats with health centre

Former Royal Oak public house

1873, public house, now shop, restaurant and flats

2 Pump House Mews

2000, one-bed semi-detached house

3 and 4 Pump House Mews

2000, block of two one-bed flats

121 New Road

2007-8, flats including large range to rear of 109-119 New Road

5 Dock Street

1860s shophouse

129 New Road

1790s origins with No. 131, reduced to two storeys after Second World War bomb damage

S Karir and Sons Ltd, 2 Brick Lane

c1955 shop and flats. First developed in the 17th century, this was the site of the Three Compasses public house by the 1780s.

11 Hooper Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

133 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

Needoo Grill, 87 New Road

house of the 1790s, restaurant inserted

117-119 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

10 Frostic Walk

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

25 Monthorpe Road

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

8 Fordham Street

c.1900 shop and dwellings

12-14 Vallance Road

1879-80, pair of shophouses formerly including the Shakespeare beer house

9 Moss Close

2015–18, flats designed by Makespace Architects

Sajjad's Grill, 83 New Road

house of the 1790s, restaurant inserted

56 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ

1880s stock brick shop, top floor extended to align with 58-60 and upper floors converted to flats 2016

Darbishire Place (Block M)

2012-15, Peabody flats replacing Block K destroyed in 1940

75 Durward Street

2000-3, house

85 Durward Street

2000-3, house

95 Durward Street

2000-3, house

Block A, Don Gratton House

2003-5, student housing

22-30 Vallance Road

2000-3, flats with shops

8 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

18 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

28 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

111 New Road

house of the 1790s, extended forwards in 1920-1 as commercial premises, now a school and restaurant

39 New Road

c.1795 house

Riga Mews, 32-34 Commercial Street

2003-4 block of flats, entered between 32 and 34 Commercial Road, on site of JJ & SW Chalk post-war timber store

Needoo Grill, 85 New Road

house of the 1790s, restaurant inserted

24 Whitechapel Road

1893-4, pair of shophouses, demolished 2017

26 Fordham Street

c.1900-1957 Victoria Club for Working Lads, converted to flats c.1996

34 Settles Street

1885 as the Bricklayers' Arms public house, later a shop, raised and converted in 2016 as flats

89 Fieldgate Street

c.1907, shophouse, now part of Tayyabs resturant

44 Gower's Walk

1993-6 three-storey Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick, on site of Webb's Place

John Garnett House, 38 Newark Street

Late 19th century former vicarage with Gothic arched windows, red brick dressings and a plaque to J. R. Green, historian.

13 to 24 Bowman Mews

1993-4. four-storey block of flats on site of wool warehouse

Aldgate Place

2014-18, Barratt London development, under construction

45 Crofts Street, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

19-21 Fordham Street

c.1900 houses, former shops converted to residential

22-23 Royal Mint Place, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

1 King's Arms Court

2007-9, housing association flats

194-212 Old Montague Street

1983-5, GLC flats as part of the Davenant Street Development (Chicksand Estate)

23 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

2 Regal Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

District Court, Aldgate Place

2014-16, part of Barratt London development

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

40 Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, part converted to residential

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1905-6 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Fieldgate Street

1904-5 dwellings

4 Myrdle Street

c1890 dwellings

6 Myrdle Street

c1890 dwellings

8 Myrdle Street

c1800 house

10 Myrdle Street

c1800 house

12 Myrdle Street

c1800 house

2-7 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

14 Myrdle Street

c1800 house

24 Myrdle Street

c1800 house

26 Myrdle Street

1800 house

28 Myrdle Street

c1800 house

30-38 Myrdle Street

c2008-9 flats

40 Myrdle Street

early 19th century house

42 Myrdle Street

early 19th century house

44 Myrdle Street (with 13-17 Fordham Street)

c1900 shophouse (with flats over shops of c.1990-1 to west)

2-7 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

20 Parfett Street

c.1990-1 house

Block F

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

Block J

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

7 Fulbourne Street

part of a row of four shophouses of 1878

15 Parfett Street

c.1800 house

11 Fordham Street

c.1890 shophouse

1 Fordham Street

c.1900 shophouse

5-7 Court Street

c.2010 shops and flats, John Duane Architects

237 Whitechapel Road

1867–8, shop and dwellings

58 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

57 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

56 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

55 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

54 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

Hopetown

2005-7, Salvation Army Lifehouse, a women's hostel, replacing a predecessor of 1977-9 on this site and others on earlier sites nearby

52 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

40 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

42-50 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

42-50 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

42-50 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

38-48 Frostic Walk

1980-2 as GLC flats

52-56 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

52-56 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

58-72 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

39-45 Settles Street

c.1900, row of dwellings built by Davis Brothers

10 New Road

shophouse, c.1810

29 New Road

c.1795 house, now with dental surgery

66 Royal Mint Street

1890, warehouse, converted to flats in the 1970s

65 New Road

house, c.1795

93 New Road

1923-4, shophouse

109 Whitechapel Road

c1816-18 origins as shophouses, much rebuilt in the early 1920s

31 Commercial Road

1901-2, shophouses

17 Casson Street

1900-01, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

29 Casson Street

1900-01, tenement housing with shop, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

Morrison Buildings North, 35a Commercial Road

Improved Industrial Dwellings Company block, 1873-4

4 Graces Alley (part of Wilton's Music Hall)

18th-century origins as a house, reduced, refronted and incorporated into Wilton's Music Hall in 1858-9, refurbished 2014-15

Sloane Apartments, 54 Old Castle Street

2013-13, block of flats with ground-floor shops to Wentworth Street frontage

51 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

50 Gower's Walk

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

47 Gower's Walk

1993-6 three-storey Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

46 Gower's Walk

1993-6 three-storey Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

45 Gower's Walk

1993-6 three-storey Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

43 Gower's Walk

1993-6 two-storey Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

2 Mitali Passage

1993-6 two-storey Postmodern semidetached house in red and stock brick, on site of Mundy's Place

Mitali Passage

1993-6 two-storey Postmodern semidetached house (entered from Gower's Walk) in red and stock brick, on site of Mundy's Place

Sunley House

1976 brick-built flats on site of George Yard Buildings, later Balliol House/Charles Booth House. Demolished for Toynbee redevelopment 2016

58-60 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ

1989-90 built shop and office building, upper floors converted to residential 2006

1 to 12 Bowman Mews

1993-4 three-storey block of 12 flats on site of railway sidings, previously Gower's Row

Presbytery, 47 Adler Street

1959-62, presbytery to German Roman Catholic church of St Boniface

1 to 4 and 23 to 30 Conant Mews

1994-5, four-storey stock-brick block of flats, part of Hooper Square development

Cornell Building, 1 Coke Street, 22 Plumbers Row and 50 Adler Street

1999-2000, flats with offices

Colefax Building

2001-2, block of flats

11 to 29 (odd) Back Church Lane

1995-6 stock-brick block of maisonettes, with separate entrances, part of the Hooper Square development

Hooper Square development entrance to internal flats

main entrance to Hooper Square development of flats of the mid-1990s

21 to 31 (consecutive) Hooper Street

1995-6 stock-brick block of maisonettes, with separate entrances, part of the Hooper Square development

5 to 10, 17 to 22 and 31 to 36 Conant Mews

1995-6 stock-brick block of flats, part of the Hooper Square development

36 Commercial Road

2015 stock-brick eight-storey building, shop ground floor with flats above, double setback and terraces to top two floors

3 Dock Street

1860s shophouse

62 Myrdle Street

c.1910 dwellings

60 Myrdle Street

c.1910 dwellings

48 Myrdle Street

1960s block of flats, raised and refronted c.2008

24 Fordham Street

c.1900 workshops, now flats

24 Fordham Street

c.1987, flats

25 Old Montague Street

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

5-6 Vine Court

mid 19th century housing with carriageway to former factory to rear, for coffee-roasting, later a clothing works

6 Cable Street

1898, shophouse

15 New Road

c.1795 house

31 New Road

c.1795 house, now with showroom

43 New Road

c.1795 house, refronted in the late nineteenth century

12 Hooper Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

143-145 Commercial Road

c.1900, shops and flats

Langley House

c.1920 shops and flats

127-139 Commercial Road

1909-1912, originally incorporating the New King's Hall (later the Grand Palais Theatre and Yiddish Theatre)

89 Myrdle Street

c.1900 dwellings

84 Myrdle Street

c.1900 shophouse

123 Commercial Road

19th-century shophouse

121 Commercial Road

19th-century shophouse

9 Fulbourne Street

part of a row of four shophouses of 1878

101 Greenfield Road

1963–5 garment workshops, on site of former 16-24 Fieldgate Street and 1-2 Greenfield Road

10 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

135 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

14 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

16 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

18 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

20 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

Four Seasons Garden

2012-13, new landscaped square designed by fabrik landscape architects, part of Berkeley Homes Goodman's Fields development

22 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

24 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

26 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

2 Fordham Street

c.1900 dwellings

4 Fordham Street

c.1900 dwellings

6 Fordham Street

c.1900 dwellings

Sugar House, 99 Leman Street

1885-7, warehouse and offices for the Co-operative Wholesale Society, converted to flats 2008

28 Settles Street

c.1900 dwellings

103 Commercial Road

c.1900 shop and dwellings

97 Commercial Road

c.1900 shop and dwellings

2-4 Settles Street

19th-century pair of shophouses, altered 2010-12

8 Vallance Road

1904, shophouse

Mosque Tower, 1 Fieldgate Street and 36 Whitechapel Road

c.2001 block of flats

13-16 Kempton Court, 2 Durward Street

1996, block of flats

77 Durward Street

2000-3, house

87 Durward Street

2000-3, house

21 Plumbers Row

c.2002-4 as live/work flats

16 Fordham Street

c.1900 shophouse

18 Fordham Street

c.1900 shophouse

20 Fordham Street

c.1900 shophouse

22 Fordham Street

c.2008 shophouse

24 Fordham Street

c.1900 shophouse

11 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

9 Parfett Street

1960s flats

7 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

5 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

6 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

8 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

10 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

12 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

14 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

16 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

18 Parfett Street

1890s dwellings

Pure Aldgate, 60 Commercial Road

2014-15, part 10-, part 19-storey student accommodation building

Piazza Walk, Goodman's Fields

Public space with grass, water feature and 'Goodman's Fields Horses' sculpture by Hamish Mackie

3-71 Wodeham Gardens

2000-3, flats with community room

10 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

20 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

30 Castlemain Street

2000-3, house

19 Lomas Street

2000-3, house

129 Back Church Lane

1994-6 Postmodern block of flats, on site of Premierland picture house and boxing venue, previously Williams's Rents and Brunswick Place

111 Whitechapel Road

c.1816-18 origins as shophouses, much rebuilt in the early 1920s

3 Mitali Passage

1993-6 two-storey Postmodern semidetached house in red and stock brick, on site of Mundy's Place

Don Gratton House, Alma Home, Greatorex Street Young People's Centre and Institute of Psychotrauma

2003-5, student housing with health-service facilities and a commercial unit

Naylor Building West, 1 Assam Street (and 14-24 White Church Lane)

2000-2, block of flats with shops

138 Whitechapel Road

c.1770 origins, rebuilt 1826–7 as part of row of shophouses, altered 1846 and 2008–10

Wynfrid House

1968-70, German hostel

1 Vallance Road

shop and dwelling, mid 1870s, largely rebuilt in the mid 20th century

25 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

7 Vine Court

mid 19th-century house, part rebuilt in 1907 and 1923, converted from warehouse use to flats around 2008

17 New Road

c.1795 house

33 New Road

c.1795 house

1 Regal Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

Magenta House

2011-12, student housing for Capitalise Assets/Watkins Jones, designed by Aros Architects

201 Whitechapel Road

Furnishing shop and warehouse of 1876, at one time 'Rose House', now Ranees, clothing retailer

4 Gunthorpe Street

1886, built as lodging house, Sir George's Residence for Respectable Girls, later flats (St George's Residences); built over Inkhorn Court

219 Whitechapel Road

1860s shophouse, perhaps refronted in 1927–8, restored around 2012

45 New Road

c.1795 house, refronted in the late nineteenth century

Green Dragon Yard

2000-2, flats

Block G

1880-1, Peabody Estate dwellings

42 Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, part converted to residential

239 Whitechapel Road

1867–8 shop and dwellings, once a branch of Home & Colonial Stores

255 Whitechapel Road

a shophouse of 1873

103 Whitechapel Road

rebuilt in 1848 and 2006-7, flats over shop

211 Whitechapel Road

part of a building of 1846-7

8 Cable Street

late 19th-century shophouse, raised in 2002-3

13 Hooper Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

137 Leman Street

late 1840s, former house and offices, now with restaurant

22 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing with shop

2-4 Chicksand Street

1980-2 as GLC flats

12 Frostic Walk

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

95 New Road

1883–4, shophouse, a cafe and canteen since the 1930s

12 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

69 Whitechapel High Street

1908-11, largely rebuilt in the early 1960s, refurbished and raised 2005-10 with Jan Kattein as architect

21 Royal Mint Street, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

20 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

123-125 Whitechapel Road

early 18th century origins as two shophouses, refronted in 1906 and 1974, upper storeys converted to flats in 2002-3

28 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

36 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

44 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

46-54 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

34-42 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

20-24 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

21-25 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

28 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

29 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

The Craft Building

1848-9, brewery stable-depot warehouse, altered c.1921 and converted to be artists' studios 2003-5, then to student housing in 2010-11

32-36 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

33-37 John Fisher Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

38-44 Crofts Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

17-23 Cartwright Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

17-23 Cartwright Street on the Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

52 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

15 Old Montague Street

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

6 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

3 Graces Alley (part of Wilton's Music Hall)

house of the late 1840s incorporated into Wilton's Music Hall, refurbished in 2014-15

14 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

5 Old Montague Street

c1955 shop and flats, the site of John Frostick's house in the late eighteenth century

6 Brick Lane

c1955 shop and flats on a frontage first developed in the 17th century

2 Hopetown Street

1920s shophouse, a relic of William Barford's development at 2-24 Brick Lane, reconstructed c.1955

Greater Whitechapel

113 New Road

a warehouse here was replaced by a shophouse in 1851. There was a South Asian restaurant by 1950, all rebuilt in the mid 1980s

83 Whitechapel High Street

1957. café with offices (converted to flats 2007-08) over

38 Commercial Street

1862-3 shop/warehouse building, frontage altered after war damage, top floor reinstated 1999-2000 when upper floors converted to flats

62 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ

1880s painted stock brick shop with residential over and entrance to upper parts of 58-60 Middlesex Street

Former Grave Maurice public house, 269 Whitechapel Road

1873-4, public house, closed 2010 and converted to shops and flats by 2014

109 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

113 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick, on site of Cherry Tree public house

115 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

117 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

111 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick, on site of Cherry Tree public house

119 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

121 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

123 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

125 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

127 Back Church Lane

1993-6 Postmodern terraced house in red and stock brick

26 East Tenter Street

1901, dwellings

20 East Tenter Street

1901, dwellings

22 East Tenter Street

1901, dwellings

24 East Tenter Street

1901, dwellings

28 East Tenter Street

1901, dwellings

52-60 Leman Street

1901, dwellings

52-56 Settles Street

Davis's Terrace, 1890-1, dwellings built by Israel & Hyman Davis (Davis Brothers)

59 Gower's Walk

2007-8 block of 10 'affordable housing' flats, part of redevelopment of 52-58 Commercial Road. Site of part of T.M. Fairclough hauliers

203 Whitechapel Road

Part of a row of four shophouses of 1865-8

221 Whitechapel Road with 1 Fulbourne Street

1847 shophouse

227-229 Whitechapel Road

c1840 shophouse

23 Whitechapel Road

early 19th-century shophouse on the site of the Green Dragon Inn

241 Whitechapel Road

c.1835 shophouse, said to have been rebuilt in 1950–1

5 Vallance Road

1873-6 shophouse, probably designed by Jethro T. Robinson

27 Whitechapel Road

1926-7 shophouse, first used to accommodate a restaurant, Higgins & Thomerson, architects

257 Whitechapel Road

c.1881 rebuilding after a fire, extended back 1936, further rebuilding c.1975, restored c.2012

27 Vallance Road

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

2-6 Old Montague Street

1904-5, shops and dwellings

115 New Road and the former New Road Synagogue

shophouse of 1851, refronted in the mid 1980s. The former New Road Synagogue of 1891–2 is to the rear.

1 to 54 Times Square, Hooper Street

2006-7, six-storey block of flats, on site of part of the London, Tilbury and Southend goods depot

263 Whitechapel Road

1767-72, part of group of four shophouses, Samuel Ireland, builder-developer, restored c.2012

30 Whitechapel Road

shophouse of 1846, rebuilt in 1997

44 Middlesex Street

1880s shop and former warehouse, upper parts converted to residential

London Enterprise Academy (formerly Aneurin Bevan House), 81-91 Commercial Road

1980-1, built as offices (occupied by the NHS) with a penthouse, converted to school in 2014. The site previously housed the King's Hall.

Haji Nanna Biryani, 14 Whitechapel Road

Built 1881-2 as the George public house, shopfront of 1934

23 Casson Street

1900-01, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

156-164 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

166-186 Old Montague Street

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

2-7 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

8 Moss Close

1983-5, house as part of the GLC's Davenant Street development (part of Chicksand Estate)

24 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing with shop

2 Frostic Walk

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

2 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of GLC Hopetown Estate

14 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

Arcadia Court, 45 Old Castle Street, and 4 (formerly 1a) Old Castle Street

1980s extension to Arcadia Court, with 4 (formerly 1a) Old Castle Street, on site of mid-20th-century single-story shop and restaurant

9 Manningtree Street

1898-9, shophouse built with 19 White Church Lane

24 New Road

shophouse, c.1810

19 New Road

c.1795 house

22 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

30 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

38 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

Former St George's Brewery, 33 Commercial Road

model brewery of 1846-7, with warehouse to Assam Street of 1913-20, converted 2012-14

46 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

54 Monthorpe Road

1980-2, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

35 New Road

c.1795 house

47 New Road

c.1795 house, now with restaurant

8 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

Wombat's City Hostel (extension), 7 Dock Street

2015, residential

Guinea Court and Florin Court (rear block)

1996-7, covered parking for adjoining flats

16 Chicksand Street

1982-3, house, part of the Hopetown Estate, built by the GLC

3 Old Montague Street

c1955 shop and flats

8 Brick Lane

c1955 shop and flats on a frontage first developed in the 17th century

77-79 New Road

two houses of the early 1790s, always an asymmetrical pair

23-29 Royal Mint Street, Royal Mint Estate

Built 1978-1982 as Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

22 Chicksand Street

1900-03, tenement housing, built by Maurice Davis with H. Chatfeild Clarke

28 Brick Lane

1980-2 as GLC housing with shop

109 New Road

1790s house, extended forward in 1932–3

9 Whitechurch Passage

four-storey house, built in 1882–4 as a ventilation shaft for the Metropolitan District Railway Company, converted 1911

Sapphire Court, 1 Ensign Street

c.1997-9, flats

127 Whitechapel Road

c1825-6 shophouse, refronted in 1911 or 1915

2 Graces Alley (part of Wilton's Music Hall)

house of the late 1840s incorporated into Wilton's Music Hall, refurbished in 2014-15

121 New Road (rear range)

2007-8 flats

Denning Point

1968 tower block of flats reclad, and ground floor street frontage altered, 2013-14

Florin Court, 8 Dock Street

1996-7 flats

133 New Road

shophouse of 1825–7

119 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

Central Tower, Aldgate Place

2016-18, part of Barratt London development, under construction

Mosque Terrace, 5 Fieldgate Street

c.2001 flats

11 White Church Lane

three shops and houses of 1915-17

Victoria Court (Salvation Army Lifehouse), 177 Whitechapel Road

1995-6, Salvation Army hostel, rebuilding premises of the 1890s

Block L

1909-10, Peabody Estate dwellings

11-15 Casson Street

1987-8, row of three houses built for the Bangladeshi-led Spitalfields Housing Co-operative

1-7 Prescot Street

1930-3 extended in the 1950s, offices for the Co-operative Wholesale Society, L. G. Ekins, architect, converted to flats

289 Whitechapel Road

1907-8, shops and dwellings on a site built up since the 1620s

297 Whitechapel Road

c.1840 shophouse, used as a coffee tavern around 1900, front altered c.1980

66 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ

1880s stock brick shop wiith residential over

305 Whitechapel Road

1904 shophouse, Henry Florence, architect

26 Osborn Street

1949-50 residential, now with bar

136 Whitechapel Road

house of c.1770, refronted 1826–7, altered for shop use 1846, damaged 1940–1, reconstructed 2008–10

11 Dock Street

1847, chaplain's house to St Paul's church

Guinea Court

1996-7, flats

Merchant House, 39 Goulston Street

1884-6 block of flats with shops, 16 to 28 Wentworth Street, and later covered parking to ground floor, formerly part of Wentworth Dwellings

6 to 14 Wentworth Street and 61 to 72 Wentworth Dwellings

1950s stock brick flats with shops to ground floor

26 New Road

shophouse, c.1810

Meranti House

2015-17, 19-storey block of flats (under construction)

21 New Road

c.1795 house

37 New Road

c.1795 house, now offices

41 New Road

c.1795 house

Jack the Ripper Museum, 12 Cable Street

Built 1899 as a shophouse, converted to museum use in 2014-15

Elektra House

At the west end of this otherwise 19th-century block, Elektra House of 1999-2000 was David Adjaye's first built project

31A Commercial Road

1901-2, shophouse

91 New Road

house of the 1790s, shop inserted in the late 19th century, refronted and refurbished 2010–12

17 Wellclose Square (part of Wilton's Music Hall)

late 1980s replacement of a house of 1845-6, incorporated into Wilton's Music Hall

97 New Road

shophouse of 1887, now with restaurant

3 Resolution Plaza

2013-14, Offices for EastEnd Homes, and entrance to Denning Point

121 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

131 New Road

1790s house, originally combined with No. 129

New Road Hotel (formerly Service House), 101-107 New Road

1929–30, former clothing factory and garage, H. Victor Kerr, architect, converted to hotel in 2015–18

12 Brick Lane

c1955 flats on a frontage first developed in the 17th century, restaurant of c1999

Kensington Apartments, 11 Commercial Street

2013 7- and 12-storey blocks of flats and shop, site of 1854-5 Baptist Chapel and former 21 Commercial St (before 1878 11 Commercial St)

Ibis Budget Hotel (formerly Brunning House)

1959-63, office block over garage, converted to hotel with flanking additions from 2010 (former almshouse, theatre, cinema and station site)

189 Whitechapel Road

1900 as a mission hall for the Hebrew Christian Testimony to Israel, William Alfred Pite, architect

39 Royal Mint Street

Built 1978-1982 with Royal Mint Square, a housing estate for the Greater London Council designed by Andrews, Downie & Kelly

110 Whitechapel Road

1846, shophouse, now restaurant and offices

Former Wilcox's New Music Hall and Vine Court synagogue

Music hall of 1869-71 converted to synagogue in 1892 and to clothing factory c.1980, largely rebuilt c.2005

140 Whitechapel Road

1826–7 as part of a row of shophouses, altered 1846 and 2008–10

Empire House

1934, clothing factory, converted to flats in 2017–18

68 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EZ

1880s painted stock brick shop with residential over

Leman Street Apart-Hotel

2014-16, serviced apartments, formerly German Mission Day School, 1861 (demolished)

40 Osborn Street

1903-4, house and warehouse, now with shop

Tayyabs, 85-87 Fieldgate Street

1907 as a shophouse with synagogue to rear, now Tayyabs restaurant

101 Fieldgate Street

1906, shophouse

103 Fieldgate Street

1906, shophouse

105–107 Fieldgate Street

1903, dwellings and warehouse

Mohmed Apartments, 44-46 Fieldgate Street

2003–4, flats

Ahmed House, 48 Fieldgate Street

1983–5 as garment workshops and showrooms, converted in 1992–3 into flats with shop

50 Fieldgate Street

1903-4, workshop and dwellings

56–58 Fieldgate Street

1902-3, shophouse

Fieldgate Mansions, Myrdle Street

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Myrdle Street

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Myrdle Street

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions

1905-7, dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Myrdle Street

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Myrdle Street

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Myrdle Street

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions

1905-7 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1903–5 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions, Romford Street

1903–5 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions

1903–5 dwellings

Fieldgate Mansions

1903–5 dwellings

Wombat's City Hostel

Extension to Sailors' Home of 1863–5 and 1874–5

23-35 Parfett Street

c.1990 flats and houses

10-14 Dock Street

c.1860s shophouses, part used as Barnardo's lodging house, also as offices for the Shipping Federation, demolished 201

2 Ensign Street (with 14 Cable Street)

c.1998 flats with shop

79 Commercial Road

c.1900 shop and dwellings

178 Whitechapel Road

late 1870s, shophouse

Hotel ibis London City, 5 Commercial Street

2006-8 11-storey hotel

122 Whitechapel High Street

1881-2 shop house, white-painted brick, built as a pair with 121 (dem) following widening of New Castle Alley (Tyne Street)

The Relay Building, 1 Commercial Street

2008 and 2012-14, 23-storey offices, flats, shops and entrance to Aldgate East station. Entrance to social housing in Tyne Street

Wellclose Square

square laid out in 1682–3 by Nicholas Barbon and associates, enclosed by railings of 1870

Wombat's City Hostel, 7 Dock Street

1830-5 as the Sailors' Home facing Well (Ensign) Street, extended to Dock Street in 1863–5 (that side rebuilt 1954-7)

74 Whitechapel High Street rear

early 19th-century shop house, now a restaurant, upper floors converted to studio flats 2001

126 Whitechapel High Street

Shop and former office building, built 1905-6 to the designs of Martin Luther Saunders (1857-1923), upper floors (127) made into flats 2010

128 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7PT

shop house, late 18th century, substantially altered, upper floors recast and raised 2007-8 when merged with 129 in conversion to flats

129 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7PT

shop house, ?18th century, frontage embellished c. 1910, upper floors recast 2007-8 when merged with 128 in flats conversion

The Bell, 50 Middlesex Street

Queen Anne-style corner public house with residential over, rebuilt 1883, in red and stock brick with rubbed-brick decoration

30 Osborn Street

shophouse of c.1830 used as Tower Hamlets Savings Bank until 1892, converted to ritual bath, reinstated as flats over shop in 1949-50

The Curve, 14 Fieldgate Street

2010-12, student housing with a supermarket

123 Leman Street

1845-6, part of a group of fourteen shophouses developed and built by G. W. Mayhew

Flats 1 to 45 Christopher Court, 97 Leman Street

2007-8 flats, on the site of CWS premises and the south end of Rupert Street

41 Royal Mint Street

1883-4 warehouse, converted to flats in 1978-82