The Kensington Building
The Kensington Building at 127 Kensington High Street is a new development in Kensington, London W8.
The new building creates 12,081m2 of Grade-A commercial office space, incorporates ground-level retail areas and restores the historic street line on the adjacent Wrights Lane.
The new mixed-use development will provide high-quality office accommodation with improved accessibility and flexible floorplates.
The building will also feature generous external terraces and is targeting a BREEAM Excellent environmental performance rating.
Boots will occupy a 30,000 sq ft unit on the ground and basement levels.
2019 February - The building is acquired by AshbyCapital, the property investment advisory company, from Columbia Threadneedle Investments.
- Spaces (Regus) acquires the ground to 3rd floors 69,330 sq ft on a 15-year lease.
2017 December - Planning permission granted.
2017 March - Planning application submitted for:
Demolition of Caffe Nero Pavilion; alteration, extension and refurbishment of 127 Kensington High Street and 15 Wrights Lane to form 5-storey building (retained basement /sub-basement) comprising anchor retail unit (Use Class A1) at basement and ground levels; 5 retail/cafe units (Use Class A1/A3) at ground and mezzanine levels; offices (Use Class B1(a)) at ground to 5th floor; new publicly accessible arcade between Wrights Lane and Kensington Arcade; public realm, landscape and highway works. Installation of plant and other associated works. RBKC ref. no PP/17/01901.
The former site of the Pontings Department Store, which was closed in 1970.
1. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea rbkc.gov.uk;
2. Savills savills.co.uk 2019;
3. ISG isgplc.com 2019.
Site & Location
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