Berkeley Square is one of London’s most prestigious addresses.
The premises form part of an imposing mixed-use building which has been fully refurbished and part redeveloped to provide a superb contemporary internal aesthetic behind the retained original façade dating back to 1906.
Current public realm enhancements to Berkeley Square allow for a number of improved streetscape works (see CGI image above).
London’s Mayfair is rightfully recognised as one of the world’s prominent business addresses. It enjoys excellent transport links within London and beyond: Heathrow and City airports are within easy reach through proximity to numerous Underground and bus stations. Furthermore, increased accessibility to the financial districts of Canary Wharf and the City is future-proofed by the opening of the Elizabeth line at Bond Street station.
As befits such a distinguished location, the area is home to a wealth of deluxe retail establishments and Michelin-starred restaurants, luxury hotels and members’ clubs, in addition to world-class museums, galleries and auction houses, featuring unparalled fine and decorative arts.
CGI view of Units from Bourdon Street.
Entrance shown has approved planning permission
CGI view of Unit 2 from Jones Street
Entrance layout shown subject to approval of planning permission