Mace and Ronson Capital celebrated the practical completion of the Chiltern Place project earlier this month.
Mace has been on-site delivering the 15-storey scheme since 2015. The project comprises 55 luxury flats and a townhouse. It also includes a retail space on the ground floor.
Lisa Ronson from Ronson Capital Partners, commented:
“Chiltern Place has created 56 outstanding new homes right in the heart of one of London’s most desirable and central locations. Mace has done an exceptional job on this scheme, delivering a build of the highest quality while ensuring that the work was done safely and within budget.
Stephen Pycroft, Mace’s Executive Chairman, added:
“We have, over the last two years, worked closely with Ronson Capital Partners and PLP Architects to create an iconic new architectural reference point for Marylebone. It has been a hugely rewarding project to work on and we are immensely proud of the end result.”
27/12/2017 08:57 by Buildington
Mace and Ronson Capital Partners LLP celebrated the structural completion at Chiltern Place earlier this week.
At the event it was announced that over 50% of the development has been sold off-plan, with the majority of buyers being domestic owner occupiers.
Due for completion in 2017, Chiltern Place will be a collection of 55 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses over 15 storeys, as well as a four-storey townhouse.
Mace was appointed as principal contractor for the scheme in April 2015 and brings a wealth of experience of high-end residential construction delivery to the project.
Gerald M Ronson CBE, Executive Chairman of Ronson Capital Partners, said: “Located on a corner site next to Paddington Street Gardens, Chiltern Place offers exceptional homes in one of the capital’s most sought-after locations. The fact that we have already sold over 50% to date illustrates just how special they are. The unprecedented level of demand from domestic owner-occupiers, who form the majority of our purchasers, highlights the appeal of this development’s location and specification: this is a place where people want to live.”
Stephen Pycroft, Executive Chairman at Mace, said: “This is an important construction milestone for the project and we’re now well on the way to the completion of this prestigious new development. We have enjoyed a longstanding relationship with RCP dating back to our collaboration on Heron Tower and I’m delighted that we are again working together on another landmark building for the capital.”
25/06/2016 00:51 by Buildington
Ronson Capital Partners has appointed Mace as principal contractor for Chiltern Place.
Set to be a high-quality residential development in a prominent and sought-after location near Marylebone High Street in Westminster, the elegant homes will feature panoramic views across the capital. The building is due for completion in 2017.
Ronson Capital Partners Chairman, Gerald Ronson, said “Following the success of Riverwalk, our scheme in SW1 where over 65 per cent of the apartments have now been sold, we are very pleased to start work on our next central London development. Chiltern Place will offer outstanding homes right in the heart of one of London’s most desirable and central locations and we look forward to working with Mace to bring this exciting project to fruition.”
Executive Chairman at Mace, Stephen Pycroft, said “We are delighted that we have been selected by Ronson Capital Partners to work with them on this highly prestigious residential development in Marylebone. Together with PLP architects, we look forward to successfully delivering another high profile, quality pro-ject.”
25/04/2015 17:52 by Buildington
The whole website for Chiltern Place development in Marylebone is now live www.chilternplace.com!
24/03/2015 09:18 by Buildington
You can register your interest in Chiltern Place redevelopment at www.chilternplace.com.
13/10/2014 18:18 by Buildington
New planning application submitted for:
External alterations to the facades and erection of three storey extension at roof level, to create 56 residential units; new restaurant (Class A3) at part ground and part first floor on Chiltern Street corner, with outside seating. New residential townhouse on Chiltern Street comprising of basement, ground and three upper storeys. Car parking and cycle parking within the basement. New plant at roof level. New soft and hard landscaping around the site.
Westminster City Council Ref no 12/00896/FULL, received 30.01.2012. For more information go to: www.westminster.gov.uk/planning.
16/02/2012 18:04 by Buildington
International House will soon be redeveloped. Here is some information from the website of the development:
We will shortly be submitting a planning application to Westminster City Council that will include:
- The residential conversion of the existing building to provide 52 apartments
- The replacement of the building’s façade to produce a design more in keeping with the character and quality of its setting
- Proposed improvements to the public realm, including enhancing the landscaping at the base of the building, creation of active retail frontages at the corner of Paddington Street and Chiltern Street and the creation of a townhouse on Chiltern Street to heal the exposed flank wall with St Andrews Mansions
- The building will be designed to meet, and exceed where possible, the current requirements for sustainable design and construction
- The development will deliver a sustainable low energy design and will be designed to fully comply with the latest accessibility standards.
These proposals have been the subject of discussions with planning officers at Westminster, Councillor Harvey Marshall, the Marylebone Association and the St Marylebone Society.
For more information go to: www.66-chilternstreet.co.uk/
17/11/2011 13:32 by Buildington