Mace to project manage 66,000ft2 Legal & General scheme near Crossrail station
Architect Make has submitted plans for a new 66,000ft2 office and retail building in Mayfair, London to Westminster council.
If approved the building at 7-10 Hanover Square, project managed by Mace for developer Legal & General Property, will include 9,800ft2 of retail at ground floor level.
There will also be a separate building to the rear of the development with five two bedroom residential units.
Legal & General Property said the development would compliment the regeneration of the area stimulated by the opening of Crossrail in 2018.
Engineer WSP and cost consultant EC Harris will also work on the project. Lettings are being handled by Jones Lang LaSalle.
Plans were submitted to Westminster council yesterday.
Cara Bamford, partner at Make Architects, said: “This is the latest in a series of heritage projects for Make and one we are extremely excited about. As a prominent new development in Hanover Square, we have worked closely with Westminster council and other stakeholders to ensure the style and scale is suitable to this sensitive location; providing beautiful, modern real estate while not overpowering or imposing on the traditional architecture surrounding it.
“The building will have its own unique architectural character while enhancing the square and providing offices and residential accommodation of the highest standard.”