British Land has officially launched 7 Clarges Street, the offices within the Clarges Mayfair development.
7 Clarges Street comprises 49,500 sq ft of prime commercial space and is a part of a wider development.
Office space is available across six floors of 7 Clarges Street, with the three uppermost levels incorporating private terraces with views across Green Park to Buckingham Palace and Victoria. These flexible column-free floorplates allow for enhanced collaboration between departments, with employees able to enjoy natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows.
7 Clarges Street benefits from strong transport links, located moments from Green Park station, with connections to London City Airport in less than 30 minutes and St Pancras International Station in 10 minutes. Crossrail is also due to arrive at Bond Street in 2018, providing access to Heathrow in 27 minutes and Paddington in 3 minutes.
Encouraging a health-conscious approach to commuting, an extensive suite of facilities for cyclists has been incorporated into 7 Clarges Street, with 55 bicycle spaces, 39 lockers for folding bicycles, and shower amenities in keeping with the Mayfair Club style.
At the edge of Green Park and moments from the West End’s cultural centre, 7 Clarges Street is situated in close proximity to a host of prestigious restaurants, bars and clubs, including Nobu, Roka and Annabel’s, and internationally renowned hotels, including The Dorchester and The Ritz. Highlights of the West End’s creative district are also a short walk away, including the Royal Academy of Art and Gagosian Gallery.
Michael Wiseman, Head of Office Leasing, British Land, said: “This landmark new commercial address is a shining example of British Land’s commitment to delivering Places People Prefer, with an understanding that well-designed workspaces result in happier, healthier, motivated, and ultimately more efficient businesses.
“Reflecting the evolution of the Mayfair market, we anticipate a diverse mix of businesses taking space at 7 Clarges Street, including private equity firms and asset management firms, alongside technology companies and creative businesses.”
Contact British Land or CBRE for availability and more information.