The mixed use Carrington Street scheme replaces three separate buildings located at the southern end of Carrington Street, in the heart of Mayfair: the Carrington Street car park, 51-53 Brick Street and 1-6 Yarmouth Place. The new development includes an eight storey office block with a gym, art gallery, bike store and below ground parking, together with a seven storey residential block with a double height reception. It will also create a direct public connection between Green Park and Shepherd Market.
The new street between the residential and office blocks is activated by a series of entrances into the retail unit and residential lobby on one side and the office lobby and art gallery entrance to the other, while the active street frontage benefits building users and the wider area.Disclaimer
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The Carrington Street mixed-use project is set to replace three distinct structures situated in the southern section of Carrington Street, nestled in the heart of Mayfair. These include the Carrington Street car park, 51-53 Brick Street, and 1-6 Yarmouth Place. The fresh development encompasses an eight-story office building equipped with amenities such as a gym, art gallery, bike storage, and underground parking. Additionally, it features a seven-story residential building complete with a spacious double-height reception area. Importantly, the project will establish a direct public pathway connecting Green Park and Shepherd Market.
The newly designed street between the residential and office buildings will become vibrant and engaging with various entrances leading to the retail unit and residential lobby on one side, and the office lobby and art gallery entrance on the other side. This activation of the street frontage is expected to benefit both the occupants of the buildings and the broader community in the vicinity.
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