The Broadway is a £420m mixed-use development in Westminster, London SW1.
Six buildings designed by Squire and Partners on a 1.72-acre site range from 14 to 19 storeys comprise 258 apartments. The development includes a new street, retail units and office space.
New Apartments For Sale
258 new homes for sale. Some apartments have views over Westminster and St James's Park. 355,000 sq. ft of state-of-the-art residential space starts from the fourth floor.
999 Years Leasehold.
- 24h Concierge
- Training studio
- 25m pool
- Spa and treatment rooms
- Games room
- Screening room
- Some parking
The buildings have been named after three of the world's most revered diamonds - The Sancy, The Paragon and The Cullinan - six new jewels in Westminster's crown.
The Sancy East - 14 floors on Dacre Street
The Sancy West - 14 floors on Broadway
The Cullinan East - 18 floors on Victoria Street
The Cullinan West - 19 floors on Victoria Street
The Paragon East - 13 floors on Dacre Street & Victoria Street
The Paragon West - 18 floors on Broadway and Victoria Street
25,000 sq ft of retail space on the ground floors.
117,300 sq ft of office space.
The 1960s office block in the heart of Victoria was home to Metropolitan Police Headquarters from 1967 to 2016.
2017 9th-10th September - Hong Kong Exhibition.
Prices start from 15.6m HKD (ca 1.5m GBP) according to Newkerala.com (4.09.2017).
In June 2017 the building is being demolished by Keltbray.
Multiplex is taking over the site in January 2019. The project is due for completion in December 2021.
Site & Location
The 1.72-acre site is just moments from St James's Park station. Victoria Station is a few minutes walk away. Neighbouring buildings include St Ermin's Hotel, 55VS, 39 Victoria Street and 19 Dacre Street.
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