About Florentia Clothing Village
The Cotton Store | Village Residents

For nigh on thirty-five years Florentia Clothing Village has been the creative hub for people and businesses in Manor House.

That creativity now extends from its original sphere of fashion design and manufacturing, into the arts of film; theatre; music; design and photography.

Florentia Clothing Village is a home for any business or solo endeavour where the stimulus of working alongside like-minded creatives is a priority – ideal for those who demand a London base with the great value that North London offers.

With the first units built in the early 1900’s, our quirky, secure and accessible centre ranges across 4 acres and incorporates 30 light-industrial units of 200 to 4000 square feet.

Welcome to the best-kept creative secret in town!

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The original parts of the building were built in the early part of the 20th Century, before development broadened the ‘Warehouse District’ into the bustling area we see today.

With this part of North London establishing itself as a centre for Cypriot clothing trades, the Village itself was opened on 1983 when we had the honour of a visit from Princess Anne to formally begin the Florentia Clothing village era.

The estate has proudly continued under the care of the same family since that time.

The History of Florentia Clothing Village | 1983 Cypriot Clothing Trade
The Old Factory at Florentia Clothing Village
Florentia Clothing Village Mayoral Opening 1983
The Old Factory at Florentia Clothing Village
Princess Anne at Florentia Clothing Village
The History of Florentia Clothing Village | 1983 Cypriot Clothing Trade
Florentia Clothing Village 1983
Florentia Clothing Village Mayoral Opening 1983
Derby Works
Florentia Clothing Village Original Factory Staff
Florentia Clothing Village 1983
Ariel View of Florentia Clothing Village