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Mayfair

Viewpoint

Providing some of the best flexible office suites with a prestigious Mayfair address

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Viewpoint

Offering 27,000 sq ft of office accommodation over five floors at a prestigious Mayfair address and all the flexibility required by modern businesses. The building has been recently reconfigured to create an extension of the lower five floors for a self-contained retail unit with a main entrance on Oxford Street.

86 Brook Street

Rebuilt for modern space with a period style

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86 Brook Street

86 Book Street is an impressive corner building with a discreet entrance that sits back from the main thoroughfare. Externally a fine period office building with imposing street entrance providing modern office accommodation arranged over 5 floors. Heart of Mayfair location close to Claridge’s Hotel.

65 Brook Street

Mayfair embassy

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65 Brook Street

Originally constructed in the 18th century, but reconstructed behind its façade in the early 1980’s linking through to 27 Three Kings Yard to the rear at ground and lower ground floor levels. The property provides modern air-conditioned office accommodation.

33 Davies Street

Landmark building that makes a powerful statement

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33 Davies Street

33 Davies Street is a distinctive landmark building of 36,000 sq ft of highly specified Grade A offices with one of London’s most prestigious addresses, opposite Claridge’s Hotel. It has been acquired in 2003 and comprised 3 separate buildings, 29-35 Davies Street behind a unified neo-Georgian façade.

The development set a new standard in West End office design and service preparing for the dynamic change that Crossrail will bring to Mayfair in 2018.

The design by HOK architects combines distinctive contemporary architecture with traditional brick and Portland stone faade materials. The Grade-A air conditioned offices were built to the highest specification, spanning five floors, flexibly designed for multi-letting. An imposing entry space includes double height ceilings and three 3.6m bronze portcullis gates, designed by artist Wendy Ramshaw.