Construction Enquirer News Last remaining whole city block site in London’s W1 postcode to be developed.
Property developer Concord London has signed Kier to deliver its £106m Marylebone Square mixed-use scheme in Central London.
The site of the former Moxon Street car park, now named Marylebone Square, is the last whole city block in London’s W1 postcode yet to be developed.
Kier will build a nine-storey building with five residential floors above ground floor and a three-storey basement.
The 25,160m² project will comprise of 54 private luxury apartments and 25 affordable apartments in a mansion block style scheme.
The external envelope consists of a bespoke ceramic cladding with a range of glazes across the elevations, with cast aluminium balustrading and feature frieze detailing.
Shops, restaurants and community facilities including a community hall to house an existing popular farmers market will be housed on the ground and lower ground floors.
The project is scheduled to complete in summer 2023 and almost a third of the apartments have already been sold.
Simon Bowden Architects designed the complex with M&E consultant Hurley Palmer Flatt, structural engineer Alan Baxter and cost consultant Gardiner and Theobald.
Liam Cummins, group managing director for Kier Construction, said: “This is an exciting project for us to be appointed to deliver and it draws on both our technical excellence and experience of delivering large scale, mixed-use schemes in London.
“This appointment is testament to our collaborative relationship with Concord London and its consultant partners. We look forward to successfully delivering this project and creating a lasting legacy in Marylebone as part of our growing portfolio of projects in London.”