Henry Moore Court development in January 2013. View to the building from Manresa Road.

Henry Moore Court development in January 2013. View to the building from Manresa Road.

January 2013
Henry Moore Court in January 2013.

Henry Moore Court in January 2013.

January 2013
Henry Moore Court in January 2013. Manresa Road elevation.

Henry Moore Court in January 2013. Manresa Road elevation.

January 2013
Luxury apartments and houses for sale. Henry Moore Court in January 2013.

Luxury apartments and houses for sale. Henry Moore Court in January 2013.

January 2013
Henry Moore Court in January 2013

Henry Moore Court in January 2013

January 2013
Screen capture of Henry Moore Court gallery at www.henrymoorecourt.co.uk

Screen capture of Henry Moore Court gallery at www.henrymoorecourt.co.uk

July 2012
Henry Moore Court - Construction site in Summer 2011

Henry Moore Court - Construction site in Summer 2011

June 20, 2011
Henry Moore Court - Considerate Constructors Scheme

Henry Moore Court - Considerate Constructors Scheme

January 15, 2012
Henry Moore Court

Henry Moore Court

January 15, 2012
Henry Moore Court

Henry Moore Court

January 15, 2012
Henry Moore Court - view to the building site from Manresa Road

Henry Moore Court - view to the building site from Manresa Road

January 15, 2012

Henry Moore Court

Address:
Manresa Road, London SW3 6LS
Type:
Residential
Completion:
Autumn 2012
Flats:
15
Viewed:
18735

Description of Henry Moore Court

Henry Moore Court is a residential building in the heart of Chelsea - London's finest village. The scheme comprises 15 exclusive apartments and two self-contained town houses, all served by private basement car parking with gymnasium facilities and a 24/7 security reception service.

The building is on the site of the former Chelsea College of Art in Manresa Road, within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

The College was located in Chelsea for some 50 years before its recent relocation to a site adjacent to the Tate Britain Gallery. The name of the scheme is taken from the Head of the Department of Sculpture from 1932 - Henry Moore OM CH FBA.

Common Services

- 24 hour manned security reception
- 12 hour porter services
- 24 hour CCTV security monitoring
- Double height reception area - Spanish origin polished Azul Naif marble,
European oak hardwood floors, bespoke solid timber reception desk
and French origin Noir Saint Laurent worktop, and feature slot fireplace
- High security below ground car park
- Individual below ground storage rooms
- Fully equipped gym/event room
- Environmental cooling to lobbies
- Two lift cores accessing all floors

Henry Moore Court was developed by a joint venture company owned by The Athos Group and The Carlyle Group. The development advisors were Alpark Ltd who have successfully advised upon many residential and commercial schemes in the UK.

Prices: £5-14m.

Source: henrymoorecourt.co.uk

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
South Kensington Underground Station
Circle, District, Piccadilly
Carlyle Square - 1 min. walking / 42 metres
11, 19, 22, 319, 49, N11, N19, N22

News: (7)

Henry Moore Court

I have been in construction for over 25 years and became involved in the last Year of construction of Henry Moore Court. The development is a great testament
identifying quality at it's utmost. It certain to supersede the previous monstrosity that existed and outshine's many others recent development's within the
Chelsea catchment area.
Well done Gallifordtry a great flagship.

25/11/2013 10:45 by

New photos of Henry Moore Court off King's Road in Chelsea.

19/01/2013 02:51 by Buildington

Like Sir Bart I'm also interested to know what the situation is with the social housing part of the project.

21/12/2012 00:15 by

As a response to Sir Bart:
The social housing part is a reputational issue for the developers, since this part is realized on 344-346 Old Brompton Road (former Tournament Pub).
A squatting problem from the start when the developers bought it (out of administration) to maximize profit on this Manresa Road project.
The developers are causing a lot of grieve to the local residents around 344-346 Old Brompton Road for some years now and have been contacted by the borough many times. A disgrase to society; no morals, only profit is the aim. The world has been witness during the Olympics when all Earls Court visitors passed by the squatted building. Henry Moore Court should be stopped until the Old Brompton Road mess is cleaned up.

21/12/2012 00:12 by

“This part of Chelsea is known for more discerning Londoner or European – it’s for people who want a discreet London base,” says Charles Symons Jones, the development’s sales manager to City A.M.

Read the article here: http://www.cityam.com/living/chelsea%E2%80%99s-superluxe-new-development

18/02/2012 02:03 by Buildington

Why aren't the 8no social housing appartments mentioned?

05/01/2012 18:44 by

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Henry Moore Court comprises 15 exclusive apartments and two self-contained town houses, all served by private basement car parking with gymnasium facilities and a 24/7 security reception service.

Henry Moore Court is being developed by a joint venture company owned by The Athos Group and The Carlyle Group. The development advisors are Alpark Ltd who have successfully advised upon many residential and commercial schemes in the UK. Henry Moore Court is proposed to be complete for occupation in Autumn 2012.

20/06/2011 16:45 by Buildington

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