|Architectural style||Edwardian Period|
|Address||1 Thoresby Street|
London, United Kingdom
|Landlord||Arcadia University, The College of Global Studies|
Thoresby House is one of three Central London residence halls which is owned by The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University.This residence hall is used for the University's study abroad programme participants. Mike LoStracco, an American from Philadelphia, is responsible for day-to-day operations at the house.
Thoresby House is located in Hoxton within the London Borough of Hackney, on the border of the trendy Islington area. Located on Thoresby Street just off City Road, Thoresby House is situated on the Northern line between Angel and Old Street tube stations in zone 1. There are many bus routes that stop along City Road near Thoresby House, including the 43, 205, 214, and 394.Thoresby House is within walking distance to City University, several shops, grocery stores, restaurants, trendy bars and local pubs. Located directly across the street is a McDonald's as well as a Texaco petrol (gasoline) station with a 24-hour convenience store.
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