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Entrance to Marble Arch House on Seymour Street.

Entrance to Marble Arch House on Seymour Street.

17. December 2013
Marble Arch House in December 2013.

Marble Arch House in December 2013.

17. December 2013
Part of Marble Arch House Edgware Road elevation, view to the building from Seymour Street.

Part of Marble Arch House Edgware Road elevation, view to the building from Seymour Street.

17. December 2013
British Land crane at Marble Arch House development in June 2013.

British Land crane at Marble Arch House development in June 2013.

3. June 2013
Marble Arch House Development in June 2013, view from Seymour Street leading to Connaught Square.

Marble Arch House Development in June 2013, view from Seymour Street leading to Connaught Square.

3. June 2013
Marble Arch House development in June 2013.

Marble Arch House development in June 2013.

3. june 2013
Marble Arch House development in April 2013. Edgware Road elevation.

Marble Arch House development in April 2013. Edgware Road elevation.

20.04.2013
Marble Arch House development in April 2013. Seymour Street elevation.

Marble Arch House development in April 2013. Seymour Street elevation.

20.04.2013
Marble Arch House development in April 2013.

Marble Arch House development in April 2013.

20.04.2013
Marble Arch House site in May 2012.

Marble Arch House site in May 2012.

May 26, 2012
Marble Arch House site in March 2012.

Marble Arch House site in March 2012.

March 31, 2012
Marble Arch House site from Edgware Road.

Marble Arch House site from Edgware Road.

March 24, 2012
Marble Arch House  - View to the old building from Seymour Street.

Marble Arch House - View to the old building from Seymour Street.

October 2011
View to the old Marble Arch building from Seymour Street in 2011.

View to the old Marble Arch building from Seymour Street in 2011.

October 2011
Entrance to the old Marble Arch House on Edgeware Road.

Entrance to the old Marble Arch House on Edgeware Road.

July 2011
Marble Arch House - The old building that has now been demolished.

Marble Arch House - The old building that has now been demolished.

July 2011
CGI of the new Marble Arch House.

CGI of the new Marble Arch House.

Image: britishland.co.uk

Marble Arch House

Address:
62-64 Seymour Street, London W1H 5BW
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
2013
Flats:
10
Viewed:
15526

Description of Marble Arch House

Marble Arch House is a new mixed use building on the corner of Seymour Street and Edgware Road, within Portman Village and a short walk from Oxford Street and Hyde Park.

The former buildings on the site consisted of two mixed use five storey buildings, 32-50 Edgware Road and 62-64 Seymour Street.

The new development has been designed by Bennett's Associates Architects and will deliver exceptional quality office, residential and retail space. The development has been designed to achieve a BREEAM excellent environmental rating.

The new building will comprise 60,000 sq ft of high quality office accommodation together with 15,000 sq ft of retail space.

Adjacent to the new office building will be a development of ten luxury residential apartments with a 5,000 sq ft restaurant unit at ground level built behind the retained period Victorian facade of 62-64 Seymour Street.

The total cost of development (excluding land and interest) is expected to be around £40 million.

Demolition and ground works started in mid-2011 with practical completion in mid-2013. On completion of the development, British Land will be granted a new 125 year leasehold interest on the commercial element of the development and a separate long leasehold on the residential units.

The acquisition of Marble Arch House for re-development adds further to British Land's significant central London office development programme. These developments, which will deliver 2.2 million sq ft of high quality space in London by 2014, include: a new 700,000 sq ft building for UBS at Broadgate; the 610,000 sq ft Leadenhall Building in London's insurance district; and the 500,000 sq ft NEQ building, which will complete the Regent's Place estate in the West End. The aggregate development cost, including land and interest is expected to be £1.5 billion, of which British Land's share is £1.0 billion.

Commenting on the acquisition, Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land said, “We are pleased to have secured yet another great development opportunity on The Portman Estate. Marble Arch House will offer high quality accommodation at a time when supply will be limited in a West End location which is being regenerated.”

Gareth Clutton, Chief Executive of The Portman Estate, said: “There was a great deal of interest in this development opportunity but British Land's proposal eclipsed the others and we are delighted to work with them again on this their third major transaction on The Portman Estate” CBRE acted for The Portman Estate and Cushman & Wakefield for British Land.

Source: britishland.co.uk

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British Land has let the 1st floor of Marble Arch House to Cirrus Logic, a provider of analogue and digital signal processing equipment.

Earlier this year British Land completed deals with private investor BXR Partners LLP and global gaming technology company GTECH to occupy the building’s fourth and second floors respectively. They joined Fulcrum Asset Management, the first occupier to sign at the redeveloped building in May 2014, alongside industrial group Access Industries and NERA Economic Consulting.

British Land entered into an agreement with The Portman Estate to purchase and redevelop Marble Arch House in 2011. The scheme, designed by Bennetts Associates Architects, comprises 61,200 sq ft of office space and 15,000 sq ft of retail space. It is adjacent to ten luxury residential apartments built behind the retained period Victorian facade of 62-64 Seymour Street.

James Danby, Head of Office Leasing at British Land, said: “Marble Arch House provides high quality office space and is located in the heart of the West End. It has successfully attracted a diverse mix of companies, and we are very pleased to have secured another high calibre occupier in Cirrus Logic.”

CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield advised British Land. Bond Woodhouse advised Cirrus Logic.

03/11/2015 10:23 by Buildington

K2 Architects is designing a new store for As Nature Intended in the Marble Arch House, reports North West Place. The shop is expected to complete in Autumn 2015.


Source: www.placenorthwest.co.uk

30/08/2015 13:23 by Buildington

11,400 sq ft available to let at Marble Arch House. For more information please contact British Land, Cushman & Wakefield or CBRE.

14/05/2015 22:08 by Buildington

British Land has completed two further lettings at Marble Arch House, taking the building to over 80% let with just one floor remaining.

Private investor BXR Partners LLP has agreed a 10 year lease on the building’s 10,226 sq ft fourth floor, and global gaming technology company GTECH has agreed a ten year lease on the 11,495 sq ft second floor.

British Land entered into an agreement with The Portman Estate to purchase and redevelop Marble Arch House in 2011. The scheme, designed by Bennetts Associates Architects, comprises 61,200 sq ft of office space and 15,000 sq ft of retail space. It is adjacent to ten luxury residential apartments built behind the retained period Victorian facade of 62-64 Seymour Street.

Fulcrum Asset Management was the first occupier to sign at the redeveloped building, agreeing terms on the 9,095 sq ft fifth floor in May 2014. They have been joined by Access Industries, which occupies the building’s 4,477 sq ft sixth floor, and NERA Consulting, resident on the 11,504 sq ft third floor. Only the first floor, totalling 11,424 sq ft, remains available.

James Danby, Head of Office Leasing at British Land, said: “BXR Partners LLP and GTECH selecting Marble Arch House is a tremendous endorsement of the building. The building is now close to fully-let, to high calibre occupiers from a range of industry sectors, which we feel underlines the quality of the design, and the attractiveness of the location in the heart of the West End.”

CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield advised British Land. Monmouth Dean advised BXR Partners LLP. Simon Howell advised GTECH.

08/05/2015 17:09 by Buildington

British Land has completed its third letting at Marble Arch House with NERA Economic Consulting due to occupy the 11,500 sq ft third floor of the building.

NERA, which operates from 25 offices worldwide, is relocating its London office from 15 Stratford Place. The company has signed a ten year lease at Marble Arch House at £72.50 per sq ft.

The deal comes just weeks after British Land announced that US industrial group Access Industries will occupy the building's 4,500 sq ft sixth floor. Fulcrum Asset Management was the first occupier to sign at the redeveloped building, agreeing terms on the 9,000 sq ft fifth floor in May.

British Land entered into an agreement with The Portman Estate to purchase and redevelop Marble Arch House in 2011. The scheme, designed by Bennetts Associates Architects, comprises 61,200 sq ft of office space and 15,000 sq ft of retail space. It is adjacent to ten luxury residential apartments built behind the retained period Victorian facade of 62-64 Seymour Street, which have already all been sold.

James Danby, Head of Office Leasing at British Land, said: "Having launched the space in the spring, the leasing programme has gathered real momentum with three significant deals completed in as many months. The building is close to being 50 per cent let already, but it is the calibre of the occupiers we have secured, such as NERA Economic Consulting, that is most pleasing. We continue to see high levels of interest reflecting the building's excellent design and location."

CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield advised British Land. Levy Real Estate advised NERA Economic Consulting.

04/08/2014 17:58 by Buildington

British Land has completed its second letting at Marble Arch House and industrial group Access Industries will relocate their London office to the building.

Access Industries will occupy the 4,500 sq ft sixth floor, signing a ten year lease.

Access will join Fulcrum Asset Management, which signed a ten year lease for the building's fifth floor earlier this summer, as tenants in the building.

Marble Arch House, located on Seymour Street in the Portman Village, comprises 61,200 sq ft of new high-quality office space over seven floors, all benefiting from terraces and spectacular views across nearby Hyde Park. Designed by Bennetts Associates Architects, the building also incorporates 15,000 sq ft of retail space and is adjacent to ten luxury residential apartments built behind the retained Victorian facade of 62-64 Seymour Street.

British Land entered into an agreement with The Portman Estate to purchase and redevelop Marble Arch House in 2011, with works completing in spring 2014.

James Danby, Director of London Leasing at British Land, said: "We are delighted to welcome another high-calibre occupier tenant to Marble Arch House. Demand has been strong since the launch earlier this summer which is testament to the quality of the space and the desirable location on the edge of Mayfair."

CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield advised British Land. CBRE advised Access Industries.

Source: British Land

14/07/2014 12:39 by Buildington

British Land has completed the first letting at Marble Arch House.

Fulcrum Asset Management is due to occupy the 9,000 sq ft fifth floor of the building.

Fulcrum Asset Management has signed a ten year lease at £78.50 per sq ft, and is due to move into the building over the summer.

The deal comes just a month after British Land launched the building, which comprises 61,200 sq ft of new high quality office space over seven floors, and is located on Seymour Street in the Portman Village.

British Land entered into an agreement with The Portman Estate to purchase and redevelop Marble Arch House in 2011. The scheme, designed by Bennetts Associates Architects, also comprises 15,000 sq ft of retail space and is adjacent to ten luxury residential apartments built behind the retained period Victorian facade of 62-64 Seymour Street.

James Danby, Director of London Leasing at British Land, said: "Signing our first letting to Fulcrum Asset Management is a significant milestone in the development of Marble Arch House. It is evidence of the building’s high quality and its excellent location, within touching distance of Mayfair, attracting a significant occupier from the asset management industry. We anticipate further strong demand for space at the building moving forward."

CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield advised British Land. Gus Coke of PROP AM advised Fulcrum Asset Management.

10/05/2014 18:51 by Buildington

New photos!

04/06/2013 13:24 by Buildington

New photos of the Marble Arch House development.

21/04/2013 15:59 by Buildington

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