View to 1-3 Berkeley Street from Mayfair Place in January 2020.

View to 1-3 Berkeley Street from Mayfair Place in January 2020.

10.1.2020
The façades of the buildings, including 1-3 Berkeley Street (former Holiday Inn London Mayfair hotel) are being refurbished.

The façades of the buildings, including 1-3 Berkeley Street (former Holiday Inn London Mayfair hotel) are being refurbished.

10.01.2020
70-73 Piccadilly building in 2016.

70-73 Piccadilly building in 2016.

23.10.2016
One Berkeley Street

One Berkeley Street

8th June 2013
70-72 Piccadilly office building in 2013.

70-72 Piccadilly office building in 2013.

8. June 2013

One Berkeley Street

Address:
70-73 Piccadilly, London W1J 8HP
Local Authority:
Westminster
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
2022
Offices:
1
Retails:
1
Viewed:
10472

Description of One Berkeley Street

One Berkeley Street is a mixed-use development on Piccadilly in Mayfair, London W1.

The development will comprise a hotel, apartments, office and retail premises. 184-bed 1 Hotel London Mayfair, 60,000 sq ft of offices and 20,000 sq ft prime retail space.

Architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and specialist hotel architect Dexter Moren Associates.

The building is just a few steps from Green Park underground station and opposite to The Ritz hotel.

History

2018 - Planning application submitted for: Part demolition of, and extensions to, the existing buildings, including a 2 storey roof extension; the refurbishment of the existing and creation of new office (Class B1), hotel (Class C1), retail (Class A1 - A5) and Leisure and non-residential institutions (Class D1 - D2) floorspace with ancillary functions; basement refurbishment works; the erection of a 2 storey retail pavilion on the corner of Piccadilly and Dover Street; Installation of plant at roof level; hard and soft landscaping works as part of an improved public realm offering at Dover Yard and pedestrian route between Dover Street and Berkeley Street, including the creation of additional retail outlets; and other ancillary works. 18/10021/FULL.

2016 - Planning permission for: Demolition of the existing buildings and redevelopment to construct a building of ground plus six-10 storeys with three basement levels; use of the property as residential accommodation (Class C3) comprising 52 residential dwellings, hotel accommodation with ancillary functions (Class C1) and either retail/financial and professional services/ restaurants or drinking establishments (Classes A1-A4) at part basement, ground and first floor levels; installation of plant; creation of terraces at seventh and eighth floor levels; installation of PV cells at main roof level; open space as part of an amended pedestrian access route between Dover Street and Berkeley Street, 60 car parking spaces, 151 cycle parking spaces and other ancillary works. Architect: Adjaye Associates, Cost Consultant: Core Five, Planning Consultant: DP9. Westminster Council ref. no. 15/01827/FULL.

2011 - Acquired by Crosstree.

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Green Park Underground Station
Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
Green Park Station
14, 19, 38, 6, 9, N19, N38, N9, N97, 22, N22

News: (1)

Planning permission for the new building designed by David Adjaye at 70-72 Piccadilly has been granted planning permission.

The 10 storey 6,546-square-metre development is situated opposite The Ritz hotel.

The mixed-use building will incorporate retail units at street level, with a hotel occupying parts of the ground and first floors, reported developer Crosstree. The upper floors are for residential use and the development also includes Dover Yard – a pedestrianised thoroughfare that will be redeveloped to create a landscaped public plaza.

The application lodged with Westminster City Council in February 2015 was for:

Demolition of the existing buildings and redevelopment to construct a building of ground plus six-10 storeys with three basement levels; use of the property as residential accommodation (Class C3) comprising 52 residential dwellings, hotel accommodation with ancillary functions (Class C1) and either retail/financial and professional services/ restaurants or drinking establishments (Classes A1-A4) at part basement, ground and first floor levels; installation of plant; creation of terraces at seventh and eighth floor levels; installation of PV cells at main roof level; open space as part of an amended pedestrian access route between Dover Street and Berkeley Street, 60 car parking spaces, 151 cycle parking spaces and other ancillary works (Source: westminster.gov.uk/planning Ref no 15/01827/FULL).

12/10/2015 17:50 by Buildington

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