Features - My Favourite Street
Tremont Street, Boston
In Boston’s South End, Tremont Street, with its trendy boutique shops, chef-owned restaurants, cafés, and historic architecture, is a favourite haunt of residential design consultant Louis Ashman.
The Mailbox, Birmingham
Britain’s second city used to be known for its canals, heavy industry, and Indian restaurants, but the refurbishment of luxury mall The Mailbox represents its more glamorous side.
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Station Drive, Durban
Sandwiched between the beachfront and the trendy suburb of Morningside is Station Drive, a former industrial precinct that has become the creative capital of Durban.
Frankfurt am Main: Günthersburgpark
There’s a green side to business-minded Frankfurt. To discover it, simply head away from the famous ‘Mainhattan’ skyscrapers and into the city’s idyllic parks.
Malaya Bronnaya, Moscow
Polly Barks, writer and Moscow resident, loves the sedate luxe of Malaya Bronnaya Street, home to some of Moscow’s most affluent citizens, hippest cafés, and most unique shops.
Iskele Sokak, Kadıköy, Istanbul (Bige Örer)
Istanbul’s bohemian Kadıköy quarter is the city’s hippest Asian enclave. Its arts studios and Italian-built streets host part of this autumn’s mammoth Biennial show.
Albany Highway near Victoria Park, Perth
Artist Abdul-Rahman Abdullah has chosen the street that has changed alongside him since he was a child, mirroring the transformation of Perth over the years.
Plantage Middenlaan, Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a city blessed with beautiful streets filled with quirky shops and cafés for all to enjoy. The city’s Plantage neighbourhood contrasts that liveliness with a more peaceful park vibe.
Cinnamon Gardens, Colombo
Colombo’s ritzy residential district Cinnamon Gardens is an attractive enclave of shady boulevards flanked by stately homes, art galleries, cafés, and historic buildings.
Piazza Farnese, Rome
The side streets of Rome’s Piazza Farnese neighbourhood form the backbone of a charming local community of small businesses, boutiques, caffès, eateries, and history, all hiding in a busy metropolis.
Kloof Street, Cape Town
Cape Town wears many hats, and thanks to its host of innovative restaurants, it is the chef’s hat that many visitors particularly want to see donned.