Boundary London acquired by James McCulloch of Harcourt Inns

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Boundary London hotel in Shoreditch has been acquired by James McCulloch of gastropub and hotel group Harcourt Inns. 

The hotel, formerly owned by late acclaimed English designer, restaurateur, and businessman Sir Terence Conran, is home to a popular rooftop bar, 17 bedrooms, a basement restaurant and events space and street-facing F&B outlet Albion Cafe. 

Under its new ownership, Boundary London will undergo extensive refurbishment, including turning the ground floor into an all-day bar and restaurant.

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New owner James McCulloch said: “The Boundary is an iconic building on one of the most desirable streets in East London. With an opportunity to create varying offers across multiple floors, we have exciting plans to give this property a new lease of life. We are working with a leading design team to transform the various spaces and are putting together an impressive line-up of chefs, artists, musicians and mixologists to help put the Boundary back on the London map.” 

McCulloch founded Harcourt Inns in 2014, with the acquisition and refurbishment of The Harcourt in Marylebone. He subsequently went on to develop The Three Cranes in the City, The Coach in Clerkenwell, The Hero of Maida in Maida Vale, The Crown in Chiswick and KPH in Notting Hill.

More details regarding the planned renovations for Boundary London will be announced in early 2022 and nightly rates will start from £200. 

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