Vogue House

W1S
Commercial

Key Details

Address
1-2 Hanover Square, London W1S 1JU
Completion
1958
Offices
1
Retails
2

Overview

Home to Vogue magazine in London, the Vogue House is a 7-storey office building in Mayfair W1.

British Vogue headquarters is located in this building facing Hanover Square and siding St George's Street, inside Mayfair Conservation Area.

Home to Condé Nast, the publisher of established magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and Wired. There is 23m2 retail unit fronting St. George Street selling Condé Nast magazine publications.

Designed by architects Yates, Cook & Darbyshire, completed in 1958.

The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus (Circle Line). Closest bus stops are on Regent Street and Oxford Street.

Entrances
The main entrance to Vogue House is situated on Hanover Square.
The entrance to Condé Nast Worldwide News is at 19-24 St George Street.

History

2015 - Planning permission sought for:
Use of part ground and basement to office accommodation (Class B1) and relocation and expansion of the retail (Class A1) from St George Street to the corner of Hanover Square and St George Street and external alterations to the facade. Ref No 15/10420/FULL

The A2 space was previously occupied by HSBC bank (vacated the premises in 2014).

Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Oxford Circus Underground StationBakerloo, Central, Victoria
BUS
Conduit Street / Savile Row22, N22

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