251-259 Regent Street
249-259 Regent Street/3-7 Swallow Place is a commercial building in Oxford Circus, London W1.
249 to 259 Regent Street is Grade II listed building dating from 1925. Designed by Henry Tanner.
Also known as Regent Street Block W9 and 3, 5, 7 Swallow Place.
5-7 Swallow Place was refurbished in 2019 and offers 44,800 sq ft of flexible office space. Agent CBRE.
- Microsoft store opened in 2019.
The building is right next to Oxford Street tube station.
2018 September - Planning application submitted for: Development site incl. part. 229-247 Regent St and Princes Street carriageway. Demolition of 257-269 Oxford Street, 2-6 Swallow Place, 1 Princes Street in their entirety; demolition of 249-259 Regent Street and 7 Swallow Place behind retained facades; and demolition of 2-4 Princes Street behind dismantled and reconstructed facades, to enable the comprehensive redevelopment of the site to provide a single new building comprising basements, ground, part mezzanine and 7 upper floors, for Class A1 retail and Class B1 office use; extensive public realm and highway works including a greater pedestrianised area of Princes Street and the installation of a new kiosk including public toilets on Princes Street; excavation for a basement tunnel link connecting to service bay in 229-247 Regent Street; installation of plant, and associated works. Team - Developer: The Crown Estate, Architect: Alford Hall Monaghan Morris, Planning Consultant: Gerald Eve.
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