Grosvenor submits plans for new Mayfair retail and dining scheme
Grosvenor has submitted a planning application for the transformation of South Molton Triangle into a new retail and dining destination in London’s West End.
Spanning two acres and well-known as the home of Grays Antiques, the area includes a number of narrow side streets and neglected buildings.
The planning application includes proposals for 67,500 square feet of shops, restaurants and cafes as well as offices, homes and a 31-bedroom hotel.
Grosvenor said designs for the scheme have been inspired by the special character of the Mayfair Conservation Area and will retain and adapt historic buildings for contemporary use. The scheme will support over 700 new jobs once complete and attract an estimated spend of £6 million per year.
Bounded by South Molton Street and Davies Street, the area lies immediately opposite the new Elizabeth Line Bond Street West station.
Thomasin Renshaw, director of development at Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, said: “Our proposals for the South Molton Triangle are a sign of our significant confidence in, and commitment to, the future of the West End and Oxford Street district. These designs put pedestrians first in a sustainable scheme that preserves what’s great about Mayfair while bringing the jobs and investment London now needs to see.”
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