How the scheme will look
How the scheme will look
Richard Bell

Thumbs up for Crown Estate’s reworking of 33-35 Piccadilly

Property business The Crown Estate has received the greenlight for a retail and office scheme on Piccadilly.

Westminster City Council’s planning committee gave the thumbs up for the firm’s proposed redevelopment of 33-35 Piccadilly, part of its ongoing investment in Regent Street and St James.

Designed by architecture practice DSDHA, the plans feature elevations finished with Portland stone and a highly articulated profile complementing neighbouring buildings, such as the Royal Academy.

The project will offer “generous” ground and first floor arcaded elevation and masonry construction, according to The Crown Estate, with the floors above featuring “well lit” workspace.

The scheme will also replace Airwork House, an office block built in 1956. The new build will offer retail space on all levels and an entrance to the commercial accommodation accessed via the corner of Vine and Swallow Street.

Commenting on the development, The Crown Estate’s Central London portfolio director, James Cooksey, said: “These proposals are a fantastic example of our ongoing investment in Regent Street and St James, to create world-class, sustainable, office and retail space.

“We look forward to working closely with our local partners to bring the designs to life.”

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