66 Portland Place

Fitzrovia W1B
E
Commercial development

Key Details

Address
66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD
Status
Pre-Planning
Venues
1
Use Classes
E

Overview

66 Portland Place is a Grade II* building in Fitzrovia, London W1.

The building is home to the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). The present headquarters opened on 8. November 1934 by King George V and Queen Mary.

The 6-storey teel framed and Portland stone faced building was designed by G Grey Wornum CBD FRIBA (1888-1957), who won the competition that attracted 284 entries.

66 Portland Place is 3 minute walk from Regent's Place and Great Portland Street underground stations. Short walk from Oxford Street and Oxford Circus underground station.

Source: RIBA www.architecture.com

Site & Location

Transport

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Regent's Park Underground StationBakerloo
BUS
Portland Place453, 88, N18

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