We are proposing to redevelop the site to create a new vibrant destination at the western end of Oxford Street, securing the long-term future of Marks & Spencer’s presence at Marble Arch.
We aim to do this by delivering a landmark mixed-use building with flexible retail space accommodating a new full-line Marks & Spencer Marble Arch store, best-in-class Prime Grade A sustainable offices and a world-class public realm, contributing to Westminster City Council’s vision for the Oxford Street district.
The character of retail is changing which has been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. In response to this, our proposals build-in the flexibility to meet current and future retail trends while complementing other uses and developments at the western end of Oxford Street.
We are targeting BREEAM Excellent with an aspiration for Outstanding, WELL Platinum and WIRED Platinum accreditation, making the site a market-leader in both sustainability and Health and Wellbeing.
The new redevelopment will also enhance the setting of the Mayfair Conservation Area, Portman Estate Conservation Area and Grade II* listed Selfridges through the new design.
Our plans would transform the site introducing a new landmark, mixed-use building comprising:
A new full-line Marks & Spencer store providing a modern, fit for purpose retail environment at the west end of Oxford Street.
Best in class, Prime Grade A, health and wellbeing led workspace at upper levels, responding to the requirements of future tenants.
A new and enhanced Marks & Spencer offer in line with our vision for the future.
New landscaped public realm, including pedestrian routes through the site and a pocket-park in a re-imagined Granville Place.
A building which is future-proofed, flexible and meets the highest standards of sustainability.
A new design which enhances its context, that is lower ground, ground plus 9 storeys (including plant equipment) and basement levels which includes accommodation for leisure facilities.