Situated adjacent to Grosvenor Square and New Bond Street, 73 Brook Street is just moments from the peaceful open spaces of Hyde Park and the very best retailers, fine-dining establishments, galleries and hotels that London has to offer.
With the New Bond Street Crossrail entrance opening up less than 100 metres from the building’s entrance, the development will not only provide its tenants with access to the very best of Mayfair but also connect them directly with the City and Canary Wharf in minutes and to Heathrow Airport in under half an hour.
Designed by London-based architectural practice, PLP Architecture, 73 Brook Street has been inspired by Palladian design principles, much like it’s georgian counterparts along Brook Street. This ensures that the building fits in perfectly with its traditional Mayfair streetscape. Both modern and traditional materials have been used, fusing past and present seamlessly. These include a striking Portland stone façade, a distinctive zinc dome roof, as well as bronze balustrades featuring an intricate carving detail.