Park House

Mayfair W1C
C3E
Mixed use building

Key Details

Address
453-497 Oxford Street, London W1C 1LF
Local Area
Mayfair
County
Greater London
Country
England
Completion
November 2012
Buildings
1
Flats
39
Use Classes
C3, E

Overview

Park House is a mixed-use building in Mayfair, London W1.

Mayfair and Oxford Street has always been one of London's stranger juxtapositions. The former is a place of discreet Georgian elegance, full of designer boutiques and exclusive residences. The latter is Europe's busiest high street, teeming with millions of shoppers on a mission. Park House is a mixed-use building set to transform the relationship between the two.

Offices
There are eight floors of office space with only six internal columns, creating City-standard spaces, including two spectacular upper floors beneath the double-height curved glass roof. It's set to be the most sought-after commercial address in London. But office space is just one element in the mix. Eleven retail units feature shop fronts twice the average height for the area, perfect for drawing in the estimated 200 million people who visit Oxford Street every year.

Apartments

12 apartments have balconies or landscaped terraces.

The dramatic curves of the glass exterior have been compared to a sleek racing car, elegantly maximising the available space without overpowering the surrounding area. The building also showcases an entirely new approach to commissioned art, by incorporating it into the fabric of the building itself. Visitors are greeted by a glass prism of liquid light created by Carpenter Lowings, while artist Walter Bailey has created extraordinary works in wood to adorn the exterior and reception.

Net Internal Areas:
Office: 15,140m2 (163,010 sq ft)
Retail: 8,140m2 (87,660 sq ft)
Residential: 5,430m2 (58,500 sq ft)

2012 - Developer Land Securities sold Park House 34% profit on cost in 2012.

Retail Tenants in 2012:
- Links of London
- Urban Outfitters
- Bershka
- Zara

Transport: The nearest tube station is Marble Arch (Central Line).

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Site & Location

The entrance to the offices is on Park Street. The 39 residential apartments have their own entrance on North Row.

Team

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