Entrance to 3 Mandeville Place in Marylebone, London W1.

Entrance to 3 Mandeville Place in Marylebone, London W1.


3 Mandeville Place

3 Mandeville Place, London W1U 3AP
Mixed use

Description of 3 Mandeville Place

3 Mandeville Place is a mixed-use building in London W1.


Mandeville Place street was built around 1875. It was named after the Duke of Manchester Viscount Mandeville.

2018 January - Planning permission for the demolition and redevelopment behind retained and refurbished Mandeville Place facade, including rebuilding of mansard roof, rear extension over existing lightwell on basement, ground and first to fourth floors, removal of redundant roof plant, installation of plant within new recessed roof level enclosure and installation of extract duct terminating above main roof level. Use of basement and ground floors as a restaurant (Class A3) and use of the first to fourth floors as offices (Class B1). Architect: Barr Gazetas. Westminster Council ref. no. 17/10490/FULL.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Bond Street Underground Station
Central, Jubilee
390, 7, 98, N137, N207, N7, N98, 113, 139, N113, 159, 94

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