190-196 Piccadilly

St. James's W1J
E
Commercial development

Key Details

Address
190-196 Piccadilly, London W1J 9EY
Status
Completed
Completion
1883
Use Classes
E

Overview

190-196 Piccadilly & 36 Jermyn Street is a Portland stone fronted building designed by E.R. Robson in London W1.

In 2020, Byrne Group is working at the building doing demolition, strip out and structural modifications to facilitate the fit out to a Jamie Oliver Restaurant to basement and part ground floor.

The Grade II listed building was once owned by Institute of Painters in Water Colour.

The building contains an exhibition space called Prince's Hall.

The entrance to Princes Arcade is on Piccadilly and 36 Jermyn Street.

References:
1. Historic Buildings Report by Donal Insall Associates. Planning application 14/06743/FULL Westminster.gov.uk.

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Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Green Park Underground StationJubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
BUS
Old Bond Street / Royal Academy - 1 min. walking / 17 metres14, 19, 38, 6, 9, N19, N38, N9, N97

Team

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Type
Year
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Project Manager
Main Contractor

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Disclaimer

Information on this page is for guidance only and remains subject to change. Buildington does not sell or let this property. For more information about this property please register your interest on the original website or get in touch with the Connected Companies.