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Screen capture of The Mansion development on architect DSDHA website at www.dsdha.co.uk.

Screen capture of The Mansion development on architect DSDHA website at www.dsdha.co.uk.

31.01.2015

The Mansion

Address:
9 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 1HL
Type:
Residential
Completion:
2018
Area:
55,400sq ft
Flats:
22
Viewed:
4499

Description of The Mansion

The Mansion is a new residential development in Marylebone, London W1.

The development comprises studio, 1- to 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses.

Amenities include a 25-metre pool, gym, spa and treatment rooms, gardens and residents' lounge. Underground parking and valet service.

The concierge services include an on-call chauffeur-driven Bentley for central London drop-off or pick-up.

Fortnum & Mason will be delivering groceries and provisions exclusively to residents of The Mansion whenever they are required.

Residents will have exclusive access to yoga curated by Lululemon Athletica.

The main contractor is McAleer & Rush Group.

McGee delivers the demolition of the existing building at 9 Marylebone Lane. It is also carrying out the remaining deconstruction and enabling works, piling, basement excavation and substructure frameworks.

Marketed by Savills and CBRE.

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News & Comments: (4)

Buildington
2016/11/17 08:04

The Mansion website can be found at themansionw1.com.

Services for the residents will include:
- Exceptional concierge services include an on-call chauffeur-driven Bentley for central London drop-off or pick-up
- Fortnum & Mason will deliver groceries and provisions exclusively to residents of The Mansion whenever they are required, whether daily or ahead of your arrival from abroad
- Bamford will provide products throughout the building and qualified therapists for the spa
- Residents will have exclusive access to yoga curated by Lululemon Athletica

Source: themansionw1.com

Buildington
2016/10/28 09:34

Work at The Madison site has officially started, reports McAleer & Rushe.

Buildington
2015/02/16 20:46

Clivedale Properties have signed a £27m contract with McAleer & Rushe to build The Mansion on site of the former central London headquarters of property firm Colliers.

The Mansion is a new residential development at 9 Marylebone Lane, W1. It includes studios, 1- to 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses. Amenities include a 25-metre pool, gym, spa and treatment rooms, gardens and residents’ lounge.

The plans for 9 Marylebone Lane create a high-quality 55,400 sq ft residential building comprised of lower ground, ground, and seven upper floors, with large setbacks incorporating roof terraces, along with two basement levels.

The building will be dressed in a warm and reflective glazed terracotta external cladding with a subtle variation in colour and shade to add visual interest and complexity.

Martin Magee, Managing Director McAleer & Rushe Contracts UK, said:

“This is a great project to be associated with as it contributes so positively to its environs by enhancing the prestige of this residential neighbourhood. Our construction business has made a strong start to the year having recently secured a number of contracts across the hotel, office, student housing and residential sectors – not just in London but across the UK”.

Colliers consolidated out of the former 26,000 sq ft office building, as well as offices on Welbeck Street, in 2012, moving to a new headquarters at 50 George Street, W1 not far from McAleer & Rushe’s London office.

Source: McAleer & Rushe

Buildington
2015/01/31 11:46

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