Description of Jaeger House
57 Broadwick Street development in Soho, London W1, completed in 2017.
Known as Jaeger House before the redevelopment in 2017. The existing building was a 4 storey podium block laid out as office, retail and 7 levels of residential within a tower above. Built in the 1960’s, it is set within the Soho Conservation Area.
2016 September - Blenheim House Construction starts the construction works.
2016 July - Blenheim House Construction is appointed by Shaftesbury Carnaby Ltd as the Main Contractor to undertake the construction works at 57 Broadwick Street.
2016 April - Deconstruct UK Ltd carries out enabling works at 57 Broadwick Street.
2016 - Planning permission granted for:
Alterations and extensions to the existing building including erection of single-storey extension at roof level to enlarge fourth floor level and extensions at ground, first, second and third floor levels on north (Broadwick Street), south and west (Marshall Street) elevations to provide ancillary car / cycle parking, ancillary plant and retail (Class A1) at basement level; part retail (Class A1), part dual / alternative retail (Class A1) and / or cafe / restaurant (Class A3), part office entrance (Class B1) and part residential entrance (Class C3) at ground floor level; dual / alternative office (Class B1) and / or retail (Class A1) use at first floor level and installation of plant at rear first floor level; office (Class B1) with rear terraces at second and third floor level; part office (Class B1) with front terraces and two flats (Class C3) with terraces at fourth floor level and installation of kitchen extract plant to fourth floor roof. (Land use swap with Shaftesbury Mansions, 52 Shaftesbury Avenue). 57 Broadwick Street London W1F 9QS. Westminster Council ref. no. 15/07957/FULL.
2014 - Shaftesbury acquires the building.