No. 1 Grosvenor Square

Mayfair W1K
C3
Residential

Key Details

Address
1-3 Grosvenor Square, London W1K 4AB
Status
Completed
Completion
December 2020
Storeys
7
Flats
44
Use Classes
C3
Website

Overview

No. 1 Grosvenor Square is a residential development on Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, London W1.

The office to the residential scheme by Lodha Group created 44 apartments over 7 storeys, as well as parking at basement level.

New Apartments For Sale
Studios, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments for sale. 39 apartments and 5 duplexes.

Amenities
- 24h staffed (St Amand) lobby
- 25-metre swimming pool
- 3 Private Treatment Rooms
- Two private dining rooms for 12 guests individually, or up to 36 when the rooms are combined by moving the central dividing wall.
- Library
- Fully equipped gym
- Billiards Room
- Kid's Room
- Private Cinema with 18ft screen for up to 24 guests
- Courtyard gardens. Landscaping by Gustafson Porter + Bowman.

History

The 7-storey 135,000 sq ft office building was called Macdonald House prior to reconstruction. It was home to Canadian Embassy from 1961. The house comprised office floor space totalling 11,170m2, 7 apartments, including the High Commissioner’s residence.

2018 October - No.1 Grosvenor Square tops out. The milestone for the project was celebrated by EPR Architects, Lodha, Mace and McGee undertook the honour of laying the final section of concrete.

2016 March - Approval for an amended planning application for the demolition and redevelopment to provide three basement levels, lower ground, ground and first to seventh-floor levels to provide between 43-48 residential units (Class C3) with associated ancillary leisure facilities, car parking, cycle parking, mechanical plant and associated works within the basement levels. Creation of terraces and balconies at various levels and installation of photovoltaic panels and plant with an associated screening at main roof level. Use of part of the lower ground and ground floor levels as a restaurant unit fronting Grosvenor Street (Class A3). Westminster Council ref. no. 15/07800/FULL.

2014 November - Approval from Westminster City Council to turn offices into apartments. The sales agent was Savills.

2013 November - Indian real estate developer Lodha Group announces exchange of contracts to acquire Macdonald House for over £300 million.

Site & Location

The site is located on the corner of Grosvenor Square and Grosvenor Street in the London Borough of Westminster.

Transport

TUBE
Bond Street Underground StationCentral, Jubilee
BUS
Berkeley Square22, N22

Team

Company
Type
Developer
Main Contractor
Architect
Architect
Interior Designer
Concierge
Sales
Sales

Timeline

News, events, milestones and offers from the new development
Post a new milestone

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.