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65 Davies Street office building above the Elizabeth Line’s new Bond Street station in Mayfair, London W1.

65 Davies Street office building above the Elizabeth Line’s new Bond Street station in Mayfair, London W1.

1.04.2018

65 Davies Street

Address:
65 Davies Street, London W1K 5DA
Type:
Commercial
Offices:
1
Retails:
1
Viewed:
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Description of 65 Davies Street

65 Davies Street is a commercial building above the western ticket hall at the Elizabeth Line’s new Bond Street station in Mayfair, London W1.

Grosvenor will create 65,500 sq. ft. of new office space.

The contemporary office scheme will provide 6 floors ranging from 7,000-12,000 sq. ft. and will be able to accommodate over 650 workers in total. The design respects the traditional architecture of neighbouring Mayfair buildings, incorporating high-quality natural materials into the terracotta facade.

The Davies Street over station development is one of 12 on the Elizabeth line network, which will create 3m sq. ft. (gross) of office, retail and residential space between Paddington and Woolwich.

History

2014 July - Westminster Council grants planning permission for: Construction of an office building (Class B1) above the Bond Street West Crossrail station comprising six upper floors and use of part basement areas of Crossrail station as Class B1 to provide plant and storage areas; ground floor office entrance and service bay associated with the Over Site Development; works to the Crossrail ventilation shaft and other works incidental to the proposal. Ref no. 13/00369/FULL.

References:
1. Westminster City Council westminster.gov.uk

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65 Davies Street will start construction before the end of the year, reports architect PLP.

Via instagram.com/plparchitecture

22/10/2018 20:07 by Buildington

Grosvenor Britain & Ireland has signed a development agreement this week with Transport for London to deliver 65,500 sq. ft. (net) of new office space above the western ticket hall at the Elizabeth Line’s new Bond Street station.

While completing the station, Crossrail will also deliver improvements to the surrounding public areas on Davies Street and Weighhouse Street.

Once launched, Elizabeth Line services will cut journey times to West End from many destinations, in some cases reducing them by half. Passengers will be able to arrive from Heathrow in 26 minutes, Canary Wharf in 12 minutes and Paddington in just 2 minutes.

The Davies Street over station development is one of 12 on the Elizabeth line network, which will deliver 3 million sq. ft. (gross) of office, retail and residential space between Paddington and Woolwich.

Craig McWilliam, Chief Executive, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, commented: “By opening up London, Crossrail will bring a wealth of new opportunities for the West End and we are responding by investing in the creation of new employment space at what will be one of London’s best connected addresses. We anticipate significant interest in this location given its proximity to multiple transport links and the West End’s world-renowned retail streets, restaurants and open spaces.”

Graeme Craig, Director of Commercial Development, TfL, said: “The Elizabeth line is set to redefine travel across our city and it’s fantastic to see the sites above some of the major central London stations progressing. These schemes will result in income of around £500m and this will be reinvested in our transport network. The 12 sites will deliver much needed homes, office and commercial space and are testament to how when transport and development is planned together it can open up huge opportunities for growth.”

Grosvenor’s 20 year vision is to transform its London estate to help tackle the pressures facing the capital. With London's rapid growth, this strategy will see Mayfair and Belgravia be more active, more open and more integrated, working harder for the city. This development will open up new contemporary, well connected office space for the area.

01/04/2018 08:09 by Buildington

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