The Chancery Rosewood
The Chancery Rosewood hotel at 30 Grosvenor Square is a redevelopment of the Grade II listed US Embassy building in Mayfair, London W1.
The new The Chancery Rosewood will contain 137 guest rooms, 5 restaurants, 6 flagship retail units, a spa and a 1,000 person ballroom.
The new hotel is designed by Sir David Chipperfield, retaining the unique external façade whilst integrating a new hotel, retail, spa and event space.
The historic facades designed by Eero Saarinen on Grosvenor Square, Upper Brook Street and Upper Grosvenor Street will be retained and restored. The Eagle will remain on the façade in front of the proposed roof pavilion.
The building, designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen, has been home to Embassy of the United States of America since 1960.
Q1 2020 - Façade retention complete and building jacked;
Q2 2020 - Demolition completes;
Q3/Q4 2020 - Excavation completion in Q1 2021.
2017 - The embassy staff moves to their new building in Battersea.
2016 November - In November 2016, Qatari Diar was granted planning permission for the redevelopment of 30 Grosvenor Square.
2016 April - Public exhibition from 11.-16. April.
2016 May - the developer is expected to submit a planning application
2013 - Qatari Diar purchased the site following a decision in 2013 by the United States Government to relocate the Embassy to Nine Elms in Battersea.
Blakes Hotel at 22 Grosvenor Square - north across Upper Brook Street.
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