Entrance to 77 Brook Street in Mayfair, London W1.

Entrance to 77 Brook Street in Mayfair, London W1.

4. May 2014

77 Brook Street

77 Brook Street, London W1K 4HY
Mixed use

Description of 77 Brook Street

77 Brook Street is a mixed-use building in Mayfair, London W1.

Grosvenor is redeveloping 75-77 Brook Street.

2017 January - Planning permission granted.
2016 May - Planning application submitted for:
Site 1: 75 - 77 Brook Street, London, W1K 4AD
Site 2: 1 Green Street/29 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6 RG
1. Demolition and redevelopment to provide an office (Class B1) building comprising of basement, ground and five upper storeys. External terraces at rear ground, fourth and roof levels and installation of plant at roof level. (Part of land use swap with 1 Green Street).
2. Use of the first to fourth floors to residential (Class C3) providing four self-contained residential units (2 x 1 bed and 2 x 2 bed units). Replacement of satellite dish and aerial at roof level. Installation of new shop window and awnings to shopfront (North Audley Street) and corner entrance. Associated internal and external alterations in connection within the residential use and the retail (Class A1) use at ground and lower ground floors.[1]

77 Brook Street has a basement, ground and three upper floors and is primarily in office use, although there is a residential flat at third floor level.

1. Westminster City Council www.westminster.gov.uk/planning

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Bond Street Underground Station
Central, Jubilee
Bond Street

News: (1)

Westminster Council has given Grosvenor Britain & Ireland the go ahead to redevelop 75-77 Brook Street into circa 11,300 sq ft (NIA) of grade A office space.

The scheme is designed by architectural practice Latitude and will replace two severely dilapidated buildings which are currently vacant and in much need of repair, and provide additional office space to north Mayfair.

Anna Farnes, Director of the London estate Development programme, comments: “Our London estate is continually adapting to meet the demands of the City to ensure it continues to survive, flourish and grow. With grade A office space in Mayfair in short supply, we are excited by this opportunity to create spaces to attract new businesses to north Mayfair which will, in turn, contribute to the local community and economy.”

Work is due to start on site in March 2017, completing in 2019.

16/09/2016 22:09 by Buildington

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