23 Savile Row London, Mayfair Architecture, Architect, Property, Designer, Location
23 Savile Row Development
Mayfair Building, London, England, UK – design by Eric Parry Architects
15 Jun 2008
23 Savile Row, Mayfair
Date built: 2008
Design: Eric Parry Architects
Façade of self-supporting Portland Stone and Indian granite
23 Savile Row is backed by D2 Private, the successful Irish-Anglo property investment and development company, whose impressive London portfolio includes 12 St James’ Square, M&S Headquarters at Waterside Paddington, 1-19 Victoria Street and Woolgate Exchange.
Location: on the corner with Burlington Place
23 Savile Row is an outstanding new 100,000 sq ft office building located in Mayfair. It has virtually column-free floors that are typically 16,500 sq ft with floor to ceiling glazed façades on three sides.
It is the only new building providing floor plates of this size in Mayfair or St. James’s and will be for a considerable time to come.
The building has been designed and constructed without compromise. It represents a new standard for offices in the West End and has received numerous prestigious awards, including West End Development of the Year at the Office Development Awards 2009.
Eric Parry Architects
Location: 23 Savile Row, London, England, UK
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