Fifty Paddington at 50 Eastbourne Terrace is a mixed-use development in Paddington, London W2.
75,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation, 10,000 sq ft of retail space and a terrace of seven mews houses across the road from the Paddington Crossrail station entrance.
Located directly opposite London Paddington station, tenants will benefit from multiple roof terraces, as well as close proximity to national and local travel links, the leisure, retail and dining options of Paddington Basin and the West End, and the green space of Hyde Park.
See also the new Chilworth Mews houses at the rear of Fifty Paddington.
2018 July - YardNine and Invesco purchase 40 and 50 Eastbourne Terrace from Hermes Real Estate Investment Management for £110 million. 50 Eastbourne Terrace has planning consent for a new 94,185 sq ft office and retail scheme with a terrace of seven mews houses. The London office acquisition was made on behalf of one of Invesco Real Estate’s separate account clients. Farmer Capital represented Hermes Real Estate Investment Managers; Michael Elliott and Colliers advised YardNine and Invesco.
2016 - Planning permission granted in December 2016 for:
Demolition of existing buildings (60,000 sq ft (5,574 sq. m.) in three blocks) and redevelopment of the site to provide a 6 storey (plus existing lower ground floor) 'L' shaped building, including terraces, a plant room, a green roof and solar panels at roof level to comprise 2 x A1 (retail shops) units and 1 x flexible A1 (retail shop) / A2 (financial and professional services) / A3 (cafe and restaurant) unit at ground floor level and B1 (office) floorspace at part ground and all upper stories, Erection of 7 residential townhouses, incorporating concealed roof terraces and landscaped areas to the front on Chilworth Mews. Westminster Council ref no 16/07359/FULL.
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