Description of Cambridge House
Cambridge House is a Grade I listed town house in Mayfair with over 300ft of frontage to Piccadilly, overlooking Green Park in London W1..
Former residence of Naval and Military Club “In and Out”.
Works to turn the property into Cambridge House Hotel and Residences started in January 2018.
The building had been vacant for 20 years until the development started in 2018.
The house is named after Duke of Cambridge, son of George III.
2017 May - Planning application submitted for the redevelopment of the site into a hotel and 7 apartments. Westminster City Council plans to
April 2013 - Westminster City Council approves plans to turn the house into a private residence. Formerly in use as the Naval & Military Club, (aka 'The In & Out Club') the landmark Grade 1 listed building will be transformed into a residence which will extend over 5,000m², and will house the original 18th Century grand staircase, a 19th Century ballroom, formal receiving rooms and a vast wine cellar. The master suite will extend to 200m² and there will also be a swimming pool, spa, gym, and a garage. Two further related planning applications have also been approved. On the western corner of the site, the 1182m² Grade II listed former American Club will also to be converted back to its original use as a stately home. On the eastern flank the Grade II Listed Green Park Chambers at 90-93 Piccadilly, will be combined with 42 Half Moon Street to provide 6 large lateral apartments, plus retail & restaurant space. The properties were acquired by the Reuben Brothers in 2011, having sat empty and on the Heritage and Risk register since 1999.
June 2011 - Large Piccadilly estate that included 94 Piccadilly was sold on behalf of Jon Gershinson, Simon Davidson and Ania Packman of Allsop LLP as LPA receivers. Jones Lang LaSalle, the acting agent sold the site to an investment vehicle owned by the Reuben Brothers.
- Allsop www.allsop.co.uk
- Reuben Brothers www.reubenbrothers.com