Half Moon Street elevation of the Green Park Chambers

Half Moon Street elevation of the Green Park Chambers

17.01.2012
Green Park Chambers widows overlooking Piccadilly and Green Park.

Green Park Chambers widows overlooking Piccadilly and Green Park.

23.10.2016
Green Park Chambers windows.

Green Park Chambers windows.

23.10.2016
Herrick Gallery on the ground floor of the Green Park Chambers

Herrick Gallery on the ground floor of the Green Park Chambers

23.10.2016
90-93 Piccadilly on the corner of Piccadilly and Half Moon Street

90-93 Piccadilly on the corner of Piccadilly and Half Moon Street

8th June 2013

Green Park Chambers

Address:
90-93 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NQ
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
1883
Viewed:
2095

Description of Green Park Chambers

Green Park Chambers is a Grade II listed building in Mayfair, London W1.

The building is now part of the In & Out Hotel and Residences development.

History

The Victorian building in the Mayfair Conservation Area was designed by John G Finch Noyes .

Previously home to Herrick Gallery.

2015 - planning permission for:
Alterations and extensions to 90-93 Piccadilly and the demolition and reconstruction of 42 Half Moon Street, the excavation of three additional basement levels, use of part basement and part ground floors for Class A1/A2 purposes and use of the remainder of the site as six residential units (Class C3) with basement parking and ancillary residential accommodation; creation of terraces and installation of new plant. Westminster City Council westminster.gov.uk ref no 14/00540/FULL.

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Green Park Underground Station
Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
Green Park Station

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