Description of One Sherwood Street
One Sherwood Street is a mixed-use development in London W1.
Historic listed buildings combined with modern architecture will contain:
- 111,000 sq ft offices
- 30,000 sq ft retail
Great opportunity for large, flexible floorplates of 20,000 sq ft in the West End.
Landsec Lounge concept on the first floor, rooftop restaurant and ground floor retail.
Range of amenities, including winter garden and roof top restaurant.
Demolition started in April 2019, completion June 2022.
Affordable housing location is planned at Wardour Street.
2016 April - Planning permission granted for: Demolition of existing buildings and demolition behind retained facades of 19 and 20 Denman Street facades; realignment of 4-6 Glasshouse Street, 1 Sherwood Street, 8 Glasshouse Street and 11-17 Shaftesbury Avenue facades and retention of Piccadilly Lights (adverts). Construction of a replacement six storey building (plus 6th floor mezzanine office) with three basement levels to create a mixed use scheme comprising office (Class B1) at part ground to 6th storey mezzanine; retail (Classes A1 retail and A3 restaurant) at part basement 1, part ground and part first floor; up to seven residential units (Class C3) at part first floor, part second floor and part third floor; and plant and cycle storage within the basement. Associated works including mechanical plant within roof enclosure and loading facilities. Westminster Council ref. no. 15/07092/FULL.