View to Portland Place and The Park Crescent in 2012.

View to Portland Place and The Park Crescent in 2012.

Entrance to 81 Portland Place in 2012.

Entrance to 81 Portland Place in 2012.

The development includes 77-81 Portland Place.

The development includes 77-81 Portland Place.

Statue of Prince Edward in the Park Crescent garden.

Statue of Prince Edward in the Park Crescent garden.

10. June 2015
Corner of Portland Place and Park Crescent

Corner of Portland Place and Park Crescent

10. June 2015
Park Crescent- East side

Park Crescent- East side

10. June 2012

The Park Crescent

Park Crescent, London W1B 1AH

Description of The Park Crescent

The Park Crescent is a residential building near Regent park, London W1.

The scheme will redevelop the terrace converting it into 20 apartments.

The building was designed by John Nash in 1811 and it is situated opposite Regent's Park.


VIP launch 6th October 2016.

Amazon Property acquired the building from The Great Capital Partnership - a joint venture between Great Portland Estates Plc and Capco Plc for £47 million in 2013.

2015 - Planning permission granted for: Demolition and redevelopment of 16-26 Park Crescent and partial demolition of 77-81 Portland Place to provide residential accommodation (Class C3) comprising of two basement levels, lower ground, ground and first to fourth floor levels (64 flats); the development of nine mews properties comprising of part lower ground, ground, first and second floors within the rear courtyard of Park Crescent Mews; creation of terraces at rear ground, third and fourth floor levels and car parking, refuse storage and plant in the basement of the Park Crescent property; use of part ground, lower ground and basement level 1 and basement level 2 as a community use (Class D1). Associated landscaping within the rear courtyard area. Westminster Council 14/03306/FULL 18-25 Park Crescent London W1B 1AL.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Regent's Park Underground Station
Portland Place
453, 88, N18

News: (4)

Premier Technical Services Group PLC’s Fire Solutions division is currently working on installing sprinkler systems at The Park Crescent development.

Residential sprinkler systems are the most effective means of life and property fire protection available, limiting any outbreak of fire to a small area, which is especially vital in historically significant buildings. PTSG designs, supplies, installs and commissions quality fire sprinkler systems for commercial and residential buildings in accordance with BS9251.

The team is also providing a wide range of other services to ensure the safety of building users in the event of a fire, such as dry and wet risers and fire alarm and emergency lighting testing.

Read more at:

15/10/2018 13:26 by Buildington

VIP launch event takes place on 6th October 2016.

30/09/2016 15:37 by Buildington

Park Crescent was turned into 20 2-to 4-bedroom "ultra-prime" homes, writes City A.M.

Prices start from £3.95m and range from 1,429 sq ft to 4,127 sq ft. All include access to 8 acres of private gardens.

See photos of interiors at City A.M - Inside the lavish £3.9m apartments at Regent's Park's refurbished Park Crescent 12 September 2016

13/09/2016 08:31 by Buildington

The Park Crescent designed by John Nash opposite Regent's Park - new on Buildington!

03/08/2015 10:53 by Buildington

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