32 Duke Street in the heart of St James’s, the contemporary development known as The Marq comprises mixed use accommodation, with A1 and A3 retail units across ground and basement floors and 35,460ft2 of office space on six upper levels.
Nash House is located on the corner of Maddox Street and St George Street in London and was constructed in 1980s. The site is right in front of the Garde I listed Church of St George and stone throw away from famous Handover Square. Currently ground floor is occupied by a retail tenant where the lower ground, 1st floor to 5th floor is office accommodation.
Situated just a stone’s throw away from Watford Junction station, the Egale 2 building has been tastefully renovated into a multi-tenanted office environment, with a floor by floor split for tenancies providing a total of 11,000sqft of office space over four floors.
Princes Arcade in St James’s is part of the Grade II listed building within which a major new restaurant unit has been created along with office, core and atrium refurbishment.
Located to the east of Carnaby Street and part of the Shaftesbury portfolio, 57 Broadwick Street has undergone an extensive refurbishment of the office and retail podium area to provide new shell restaurant and retail units, two new apartments on the fourth floor, and 20,445sq.ft office accommodation on first, second, third and part fourth floors.