Highline Building is a new development exclusively for UAL students just a 5 minute walk from Elephant and CastleUnderground and Overground stations. From here you can get into central London in 15 minutes on the Bakerloo or Northern lines. London College of Communication and Southbank are also within walking distance.
Camberwell College of Arts: 11-minute bike ride / 18-minute bus journey / 34-minute walk / 37-minute tube trip
Central Saint Martins: 30-minute bike ride/ 30-minute tube trip / 42-minute bus journey
Chelsea College of Arts: 11-minute bike ride / 25-minute bus journey / 27-minute tube trip / 33-minute walk
London College of Communication: 3-minute bike ride / 5-minute walk / 7-minute bus journey
London College of Fashion: 25-minute tube trip / 26-minute bike ride / 38-minute bus journey / 57-minute walk
Wimbledon College of Arts: 51-minute tube trip / 58-minute bike ride
Please note travel times are based on nearest college.
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Take a tour of Highline Building and click on the numbers 0-4 to view each room.
Highline Building gallery
An Introduction to Highline Building
Prices and sizes
Standard tenancies at the Highline Building are for 51 weeks and these prices are for the academic year beginning in September 2018. All bedrooms include ensuite facilities.
Standard rooms are £189.50 per week, £9,664.50 in total. These rooms are approximately 13 m2 and have 3/4 size beds.
Premium mobility adaptable rooms are £189.50 per week, £9,664.50 in total. These rooms are approximately 20 m2 and have 3/4 size beds.
Premium rooms are £207.50 per week, £10,582 in total. These rooms are approximately 21 m2 and have 3/4 size beds.
Large rooms are £194.50 per week, £9,919.50 in total. These rooms are approximately 17 m2 and have 3/4 size beds.
Studios (mobility adaptable) are £239 per week, £12,189 in total. These rooms are approximately 25 m2 and have double beds.
three-quarter-sized bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, bookcase and storage space
ensuite bathrooms in every room
internet access in every bedroom at no extra cost
televisions in all shared kitchens (TV license not included. For more information about the cost of a TV license visit: www.tvlicensing.co.uk)
residents common room
24-hour staff presence
Social Reps and Wellbeing Reps living onsite
Highline Building is managed by Fresh Student Living, who work in collaboration with University of the Arts London. This hall is signed up to the ANUK code of practice. For more information visit: www.nationalcode.org