Elizabeth Gage shop at 18 Albemarle Street building back in 2013.

Elizabeth Gage shop at 18 Albemarle Street building back in 2013.

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Elizabeth Gage jewellery store at 18 Albemarle Street in 2013 (now closed at this location).

Elizabeth Gage jewellery store at 18 Albemarle Street in 2013 (now closed at this location).

27.10.2013

18 Albemarle Street

Address:
18 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4HR
Type:
Mixed use
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Description of 18 Albemarle Street

18 Albemarle Street is a mixed-use building in Mayfair, London W1.

Built after Clarendon House (1664) was demolished in 1683 by a consortium led by Sir Thomas Bond. The building has since been altered extensively in the 19th and 20th century (shopfront added).

2013 - Haworth Tompkins designs alterations in the building. Westminster City Council ref. no. 13/07738/FULL.

References:
1. Heritage Appraisal for 18-19 Albemarle Street by KM Heritage, June 2013, Westminster City Council planning application no. 13/07738/FULL westminster.gov.uk

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Green Park Underground Station
Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
Berkeley Street
22, N22

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