14 Brook Street development on New Bond Street.

14 Brook Street development on New Bond Street.

September 2020
64 New Bond Street building in July 2013.

64 New Bond Street building in July 2013.

July 14, 2013
64 New Bond Street in Mayfair, London W1.

64 New Bond Street in Mayfair, London W1.

February 2012

14 Brook Street

64 New Bond Street, London W1S 1RL
Mixed use

Description of 14 Brook Street

14 Brook Street is part of the Hanover Square development in Mayfair, London W1.

Residences For Sale
The new redeveloped building contains six new 2 and 3-bedroom residences. All homes have been finished to the highest specification, with views overlooking the courtyard and Bond Street.

Two private roof terraces are accessible via apartments five and six, with views across Mayfair.

Shared terrace overlooking the Medici Courtyard is available to use by all residents.

2020 October - New Canali store opens.


Past occupiers at 64 New Bond Street:
- Orogold exclusive cosmetics (closed)
- Pelleni (closed)

Connected Companies

Main Contractor:


The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Green Park Underground Station
Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
Conduit Street / New Bond Street
22, N22

News: (3)

All Reserved!

All six apartments at 14 Brook Street are now under offer.

11/11/2020 16:23 by Buildington

The new Canali Store has opened at 64 New Bond Street in Mayfair.

Canali partnered with the award-winning creative studio, Hangar Group, to completely renovate the premises and give new life to a project that bears the renowned style of the studio and encapsulates the Canali identity in a more contemporary style.

The inspiration for the new store concept is taken from the great Milanese
residential architecture built in the 20th-century.

Stefano Canali, President and CEO of Canali, commented: "London represents one of our most important markets and it is a compelling brand showcase for our clients.
This prestigious location combines a historical and charming exterior with modern
infrastructure in line with the most sophisticated retail standards. The space will
allow clients to plunge into the brand universe and discover our articulated product
offering. Despite the current situation, we remain positive about the future and we
are continuing to invest in initiatives and projects like this one that will sustain the
brand development in the long term."

Alberto Bovo, the architect at Hangar Design Group, said: "We wanted to create a brighter and more ethereal atmosphere, which expands the existing space and amplifies the volumes. Our effort has been to translate Canali DNA into a site-specific project, dialoguing with the urban context and enhancing the brand itself".

The boutique is spread over two floors, approximately 310m2, with sculptural design elements, such as the staircase and compact furnishings that populate the ground floor. The open-plan space is equipped with fitted shelves and light structures creating ease of movement around the store.

The entrance encompasses the grandeur of its Mayfair location with a large hall
dominated by a nine-light chandelier that compliments the checkout area, which
stands out against a mosaic of velvet tiles. Veined marble flooring and wall
coverings are used throughout the store, defining the space with lighter tones that
rise in contrast to the horizontal bands of the Canaletto walnut, reminding customers
of the heritage of New Bond Street architecture.

28/10/2020 09:45 by Buildington
New Launch!

Knight Frank has launched 14 Brook Street - a new boutique residential development in the distinguished area of Mayfair, by Great Portland Estates plc on behalf of the GHS Limited Partnership. 2 and 3-bedroom homes are for sale. Contact Knight Frank for sales.

25/08/2020 15:14 by Buildington

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