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Project monitoring the refurbishment of a flagship, mixed-use West End building.

The scheme comprises the extension and refurbishment of 325-329 Oxford Street and 80 New Bond Street to provide a basement and eight storeys for both retail and office use.

The site is located in the City of Westminster and occupies a prominent corner at the junction of Oxford Street and New Bond Street.

A significant retail presence has been retained with the ground and first floors transforming into a double-height space to meet the needs of prime retail tenants. The high-quality office space benefits from an improved floor-to-ceiling height on the upper floors and a rooftop terrace amenity space.

The scheme gives new life and purpose to the tired 1970s building by providing a new high-quality facade that complies with current design and sustainability standards. By using low-carbon materials and refurbished floor tiles, the amount of embodied carbon has been reduced. Carbon modelling software has also been used to establish the best materials and fabric build-ups to further reduce embodied carbon. The decision to refurbish instead of redevelop alone resulted in a c.800kgs of CO2 per m2 saving. The scheme is on track to achieve BREEAM Outstanding, WELL Platinum Ready, and Wired & Smart Score Platinum.

Our Role

Stace provided fund monitoring services on behalf of the global asset management providing finance to the development as part of their Pan-European fund.

Mark Ashby
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