Twenty Grosvenor Square
Twenty Grosvenor Square offers new luxury homes for sale from £18,000,000 in Mayfair, London W1.
Completed in 2020, the redevelopment added two storeys to the building to the designs of Squire & Partners architects. The Providence Court frontage and part of the building behind were demolished and rebuilt.
New Apartments For Sale
A collection of Four Seasons Residences includes 3-5 bedroom apartments. The apartments for sale are marketed by Savills.
New Apartments For Rent
For rental enquiries please send a message through the development website.
- 24-hour concierge
- Valet parking underground
- 25m pool
- Garden library
- Cinema room
- Courtyard garden & terrace
- Business centre and meeting room
- Games and function room
- Wine cellar
- Storage rooms
Main entrance is on North Audley Street.
The original building was erected as residential apartments in the 1930s but was then occupied as administration offices by the US Navy during the Second World War and remained in that use (Class B1) until late 2007, since then it was vacant until the development started.
2020 - Completion.
2016 November - Topping-out ceremony.
W - Opposite The Twenty Two hotel, across North Audley Street at No. 22.
SE - 18 Grosvenor Square - adjoining building south east.
NE - 18 Providence Court - adjoining building north east.
Site & Location
Located on the western corner at the end of the buildings that make up the continuous north side of Grosvenor Square where it joins North Audley Street. To the north, it faces Providence Court and it, therefore, has three street frontages. The fourth side of the building forms a rear elevation to an internal courtyard shared with two neighbouring residential buildings at 18 Grosvenor Square and 18 Providence Court.
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