Category Archives: Mixed Use

The construction has formally commenced at 77 Coleman Street, an office and retail space in the heart of London. The development will provide office space in the City of London, directly overlooking Coleman Street Gardens and less than a minute’s walk from the new Elizabeth Line station at Moorgate. The building, with offices arranged over ground and seven upper floors, will include 13,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space, accessed off Moorgate, and a new pedestrian link connecting Coleman Street with Moorgate will be created by extending Nun Court, giving pedestrians a quick and bright route through a dense urban block in a popular part of London.

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The Revival of Fitzrovia

11 April 2018

BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed the redevelopment of 55 Wells Street in Fitzrovia on behalf of Great Portland Estates plc. 55 Wells Street is a key project in the revival of Fitzrovia as a high quality West End office location, in-line with the aspirations of Westminster City Council. The development replaces a dilapidated 1960s office building with a new six-storey building providing Grade A office accommodation above the ground floor retail and restaurant space.

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Buckley Gray Yeoman were approached by Greycoat Real Estate LLP in 2013 to look at options for repositioning the property as a modern, high quality office building in the heart of the City of London. The recently completed project breathes new life into the building, improving access, levels of natural light and provides an impressive retail offering which has redefined the building and its local area. Photos by: Hufton & Crow and Ed Hill

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Herbal House Complete

18 January 2018

Herbal House is an exciting development in the heart of London’s creative district in Clerkenwell. An extensive process of refurbishment has turned the ten-storey building into lively and characterful office space and apartments. Herbal House was originally built in 1928 for the Daily Mirror, later becoming part of the campus of Central St Martins and the London College of Printing. Two new storeys house extra office space, roof terraces and six duplex apartments with private access via refurbished circulation cores on Herbal Hill and Back Hill, where a loading bay has been converted into a triple-height space. A new core has been introduced to connect the residential spaces with the offices below, which also allows the…

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Berners Street sits in the heart of London’s West End, a few minutes walk north of Oxford Street. BuckleyGrayYeoman has been appointed to design a new mixed use scheme to replace both existing buildings.

Work at 42 Berners Street is progressing at pace, and we expect to complete this summer.  This mixed use development is replacing two buildings that were dated and inefficient.  The new building will comprise of attractive office spaces from 1st to 7th, with retail at ground and lower ground floors.  High quality materials are used throughout, including a portland stone front façade and bespoke joinery internally.  The frame is now complete and the façade cladding is well under way.

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