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|Type||Apartments & Penthouses|
|Bedrooms||1 to 5 beds|
|Project Status||Off Plan (Q2 2022)|
No. 1 Palace Street
No. 1 Palace street, originally built in 1860, was one of London’s first five-star establishments. It had been frequented by many from the royal family as well as foreign dignitaries owing to its proximity to Buckingham Palace. Known then as The Palace Hotel, it had been a favoured hangout of Queen Victoria and her guests. Now it has been restored to its former glory by the luxury Northacre.
72 extraordinary apartments, each unique in layout and design, situated opposite Buckingham Palace and next door to St James’s Park, No. 1 Palace Street brings a new standard of exquisite luxury living to London.
A stone’s throw from the history and tradition of St James’s, the finest restaurants and shopping of Mayfair and Knightsbridge, as well as the serenity and seasons of London’s great Royal Parks.
No. 1 Palace Street is a short walk from the lake and wildlife of St James’s Park and tranquil Green Park. The former being home each year to spectacular pageants and ceremonial royal occasions.
No. 1 Palace Street sits astride royal and political London. The Palace of Westminster and Abbey are a short walk to the east, whilst the palaces of St James’s and Buckingham lie immediately to the north. It is an area steeped in British history with clubs, shops and restaurants that all have played host to many of the great statesmen, writers, artists and actors over the last 200 years
The shops and restaurants of St James’s are some of the world’s oldest and most treasured. Berry Brothers & Rudd were founded in 1698 and have supplied wine to the great and famous ever since, from Lord Byron to the Aga Khan; James Lock & Co have made hats for the Duke of Wellington and the Prince of Wales; and Lobbs shoes and boots for everyone from Andy Warhol to Frank Sinatra. Wiltons restaurant dating from 1742, has been a favourite of many politicians including Margaret Thatcher, whilst the 1906 newcomer, the Ritz, was a favourite of both Charlie Chaplin and Winston Churchill. A district with the footprints of history.
A substantial island site, the development embraces a variety of exquisite and classic styles of European architecture that have collectively dominated many of London’s streetscapes.
Each of the façades have taken their inspiration from the architectural vernacular of one of these international styles; Italian Renaissance, Beaux Arts, French Renaissance, Queen Anne and Contemporary.
At the heart of No. 1 Palace Street lies a verdant garden: a private square in the quintessentially English tradition.Extraordinary Leisure and Entertainment Floor
No. 1 Palace Street 6,500 square feet wellness centre includes a 20m heated indoor pool, a 2,000 square feet gym, two treatment rooms and two personal-training studios. Additional 3,500 square feet of entertainment space comprising a meeting room, library, cinema and residents’ lounge.
No. 1 Palace Street extensive entertaining suite comprises an elegant reception room with interconnecting library and a private cinema. The library and meeting room can be combined to create a more substantial entertaining suite.
Resident Only Amenities:
- 6,500 square feet Spa/wellness facilities
- Wellness centre
- 20m Heated Indoor Swimming Pool
- Separate Jacuzzi
- Steam room
- Fully-equipped gym
- Two personal training studios
- Three treatment rooms with separate changing rooms
- Entertaining space
Bespoke Services include:
- Full lifestyle services
- Smartphone application for lifestyle services
- 24h concierge and security
- Valet parking
- On demand chauffeur service