60 Curzon is an Art Deco-inspired boutique residential development now nearing completion in Central London. The new building includes luxury apartments, studios, penthouses, a townhouse and extensive amenities that will cater to a vibrant mix of permanent residents. The project regenerates the site of an outdated 1930s residential building that previously housed Mirabelle, one of the district’s most storied eateries.
Its architectural identity draws from the rich architectural traditions and heritage of Mayfair, with a gently curving façade that reinstates the site’s presence within the streetscape and helps to restore the character of Curzon Street. The Portland Stone elevations include numerous Art Deco elements and recall the features and vertical order of nearby listed Georgian townhouses.
The rusticated ground floor houses entrance and reception facilities and a restaurant to help animate the public realm. Above this, 32 apartments are arranged across eight floors, stepping back at the top to reveal balconies and terraces and a landmark penthouse at the top. The building has been arranged around a lush private landscaped garden, which sits where Mirabelle’s famous terrace once stood.
The project integrates a range of sustainable features and has been designed to achieve a Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 and a BREEAM Very Good rating. It is expected to be completed next year.
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