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London’s Cavendish Square set to be transformed

by LLP Reporter
7th Nov 19 11:36 am

Cavendish Square is set to be transformed into a subterranean mixed-use destination in the heart of London’s West End, with an investment in excess of £100m.

Located beneath Cavendish Square Gardens, the site is currently an underground car park, but will be redeveloped to create a dynamic mix of retail, medical, wellness and leisure accommodation.

The plans will see the creation of 280,000 sq ft of space across four storeys below ground level. At street level two glazed lanterns will frame a new entrance facing Oxford Street and provide natural light for the floors below. Statement entrances to Harley Street and Regent Street complete the development which will be one of the West End’s largest, with floors of up to 80,000 sq ft and floor to ceiling heights of up to 8m.

Plans for the scheme, Cavendish Square London, have been submitted to Westminster City Council and, subject to planning approval, construction is expected to start on site in late 2020, with completion in 2022. Reef Group is in active discussions with a range of exciting occupiers who could move into the space.


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