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106 Jermyn Street

Address:
106 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6EE
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
2016
Flats:
4
Retails:
1
Viewed:
3059

Description of 106 Jermyn Street

106 Jermyn Street is a redevelopment in St James's, London SW1Y.

106 Jermyn Street building is Grade II listing designed by Treadwell and Martin in St James's Conservation Area.

Businesses in the building:
- Aquascutum store (opening Summer 2016)

HISTORY

2014 January - Planning application granted for:
Erections of rear extensions at second and third floor levels with associated terraces, further terrace at roof level and alterations to front and rear elevations, including new shopfront, windows and doors, installation of plant within basement, first floor lightwell, second floor rear terrace and third floor rear terrace, all in association with the continued use of the basement and ground floors as retail (Class A1) and the change of use of the upper floors to use as four new residential units (Class C3).[1]

The building was redeveloped in 1907 by the designs of the architects Henry Treadwell and Leonard Martin. The contractors were F. and H.F. Higgs of Herne Hiill and the building was constructed as 5 storeys over a basement with the basement, ground and first floor extending the full depth of the plot. Its function was offices with a shop on the ground floor.[2]

Source:
1. Westminster City Council ref no 13/02041/FULL
2. Historic Building Report for The Crown Estate February 2013 by DONALD INSALL ASSOCIATES

Connected Companies

Developer:

News: (1)

British fashion brand Aquascutum has signed a lease with The Crown Estate for a new, extended flagship menswear store at 106 Jermyn Street.

The new store will open in summer 2016 and will continue to be Aquascutum’s only store dedicated solely to its menswear collection.

This follows Aquascutum’s successful re-launch of its menswear brand on Jermyn Street three years ago through a lease with The Crown Estate at 78-79 Jermyn Street.

Anthea Harries, St James’s Portfolio Manager said: “Aquascutum’s re-launch of its menswear brand in St James’s three years ago, and now its expansion into a larger, flagship store, clearly demonstrates Jermyn Street’s appeal as one of the world’s premier destinations for men’s fashion.”

07/01/2016 13:06 by Buildington

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