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10. November 2014
73 Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia, London W1.

73 Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia, London W1.

10. November 2014

Corner House

Address:
73 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4PL
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
Summer 2015
Area:
15,500 sq ft
Flats:
11
Offices:
11
Viewed:
8227

Description of Corner House

Corner House at 73 Charlotte Street is a mixed use building in Fitzrovia, London W1.

Corner House is a six-storey residential building with 11 apartments in total - 9 private flats (11,700 sq ft), 2 affordable flats (1,900 sq ft) and 1,900 sq ft offices on the ground and basement levels.

Duplex penthouse on top with terraces overlooking London.

The Corner House provides stylish living within a boutique building, following Derwent London's design-led philosophy and innovative approach to developments. Derwent London commissioned leading architects, DSDHA, who have created the apartments as unique spaces with a fresh and dynamic design. The building's brickwork is beautifully crafted with generously scaled windows, giving good natural light to the apartments. To further enhance its collaborative approach to design, Derwent London formed a partnership with Heal's at The Corner House, who are curating the interiors for the apartments.

Historically home to many renowned writers and artists, Fitzrovia is a rapidly evolving area which, today, boasts a range of high-end dining and shopping options.

The building is located near to Goodge Street and Tottenham Court Road tube stations and the area will benefit from the arrival of Crossrail in 2018. The building is on target to achieve Level 4 in the Code for Sustainable Homes.

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Corner House has been shortlisted in the 'Best New Place to Live' category at next year’s London Planning Awards.

Organised by London First, in partnership with the Mayor of London, London Councils, the Planning Officers Society and the Royal Town Planning Institute, the London Planning Awards celebrate the capital’s top planning and development projects.

Now in its 14th year, the awards ceremony will be held at City Hall on 27 February 2017.

To find out more please visit www.londonfirstevents.co.uk

01/12/2016 07:57 by Buildington

Derwent London has completed its 15,500 sq ft residential-led development, The Corner House.

With over 36% of its property portfolio located in Fitzrovia, Derwent London enjoys a strong relationship with the local community. In 2013, the group launched a £250,000 voluntary community investment programme to fund a number of local community projects and has recently announced another £150,000 extension to the fund. The Group has now completed 15 of its 29 affordable housing units in Fitzrovia, with the remaining 14 units due for delivery in 2018.

Simon Silver, Director of Derwent London, commented:
“This building offers contemporary, stylish living spaces and provides a unique and positive contribution to the Fitzrovia street-scape by award-winning architects DSDHA. As with our long-established reputation in office and mixed-used developments, Derwent London is applying its design-led philosophy and experience to its boutique residential properties.”

01/10/2015 10:00 by Buildington

Apartments at the Corner House in Fitzrovia, designed by architects DSDHA for Derwent London, are now available to view, reports Hurford Salvi Carr. Visit website for contact details www.cornerhousew1.com

03/09/2015 16:36 by Buildington

Derwent London has launched its Corner House development at 73 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1, with the pre-release of six apartments with prices ranging from £1.75m.

The Corner House is Derwent London’s latest stand-alone new-build residential development, and is located on a corner site near to Tottenham Court Road and Goodge Street tube stations. The development is well-placed to capitalise on the transformation of Tottenham Court Road Station by Crossrail, which is due to open in 2018.

Covering 15,500 sq ft, the Corner House is a six-storey residential building with 11 apartments in total (including two affordable homes) and 1,900 sq ft of office space. Six of the apartments have been released for pre-sale.

Designed by DSDHA architects, the scheme has a fresh and dynamic design, with beautifully crafted brickwork and generously scaled windows giving good natural light to the apartments. The development follows Derwent’s design-led philosophy and the building has been considerately scaled to fit into its Fitzrovia setting.

With over 37% of its property portfolio located in Fitzrovia, Derwent London enjoys a strong relationship with the local community. In 2013, the group launched a £250,000 voluntary community fund to fund some local community projects and has just announced another £150,000 extension to the fund.

Simon Silver, Director of Derwent London, commented:

“We are delighted to be launching the first of the Corner House apartments to the market. This building offers contemporary, stylish living spaces and provides a unique and positive contribution to the Fitzrovia streetscene by award-winning architects DSDHA. The arrival of Crossrail in 2018 will offer further benefits to future residents.”

www.cornerhousew1.com

11/06/2015 09:48 by Buildington

Estate agent Hurford Salvi Carr is advertising 73 Charlotte Street as The Corner House in Fitzrovia. You can now register your interest on their website at http://www.hurford-salvi-carr.co.uk/new-homes/fitzrovia-bloomsbury/the-corner-house/4447

12/03/2015 12:19 by Buildington

New photos of 73 Charlotte Street development in Fitzrovia, London W1.

10/11/2014 18:35 by Buildington

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