Description of TwentyFive
TwentyFive is the residential element of the mixed-use development in Marylebone, in London W2.
The new development comprises 4 A1 retail units at ground floor and basement level, 6 storeys of office accommodation above a ground floor reception, and 25 apartments.
New Homes For Sale
The New building designed by Stiff+Trevillion offers 23 apartments and 2 penthouses for sale. Interior design by MSMR and Hudson and Mercer.
Studios, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments available.
- 24-hour security
- public membership available to the neighbouring Marriott Hotel’s gymnasium, pool and spa
- secure basement car parking with car share bay
- cycle racks
- storage facilities
- EPC: B (target)
- Renewable energy systems: photovoltaic panels provided at roof level
The site is situated within The Portman Estate’s 110 acres of Marylebone, located at the junction of George Street and Edgware Road in London, W1. Formerly called the Regent House, the new office building will benefit from outstanding transport links, including the planned Paddington Crossrail Station which is due for completion in December 2018. The surrounding shopping and leisure amenities, coupled with its close proximity to Hyde Park, will make the development a premium offer for office and retail occupiers as well as residents.
For offices please see OneThreeSix.
2018 Spring - The existing 1960s block Regent House at 112-130 Edgware Road, George Street and Nutford Place is demolished.
2017 April - Native Land acquires the development from The Portman Estate.
2015 - Planning permission granted for:
Demolition of existing buildings comprising street block bounded by Edgware Road, George Street, Forset Street and Nutford Place and redevelopment by erection of a part eight, part nine storey building with roof level plant room, two storey basement containing car parking, cycle storage and other ancillary floorspace to provide up to 24 residential units (Class C3), offices (Class B1) and retail (Class A1) accommodation. Associated external works and landscaping.
1. Westminster Council westminster.gov.uk/planning Ref no. 14/07461/FULL
2. Stiff + Trevillion http://www.stiffandtrevillion.com/architecture/regent-house