Altitude 25 is Croydon
's tallest skyscraper on Fairfield Road in the London
Borough of Croydon, London. The development was intended to regenerate a brownfield site just three minutes' walk from East Croydon station. The building was completed in 2009 , and has 25 floors of apartments, hence the name Altitude 25, a roof height of 82.00 and a structural height of 94 m (307 ft).
The scheme of residential flats comprises 196 apartments with a mix of private and affordable housing. With the support of the town planners, the focus of the design is a 25 storey elliptical tower. This structure is proposed to create a new urban landmark within the centre of Croydon. The scheme is adjacent to a large hotel, Croydon Park Hotel, and there are shared recreational facilities accessible to all residents. It 100 parking spaces for residents of the apartment block.Park Hill Recreation Ground
, a large urban park and ornamental gardens in Croydon, is located opposite the building.