Opposite Barbour’s new store at 56 Duke Street and within 2 minutes’ of one of London’s most impressive foodhalls opening at the Grade 1 listed St Mark’s; Duke Street is emerging as one of Mayfair’s most exciting quarters.
71 Duke Street is arranged over ground and lower ground floors. The unit boasts an attractive period façade, which has excellent visibility from Oxford Street adding to the prominence of its location. The internal layout serves to provide an open floorplate, which will facilitate various retailing formats.
Standing between Oxford Street and Grosvenor Square,North Mayfair is emerging as an exciting neighbourhood hotspot and hub for local workers and visitors. Beautiful architecture, cultural history, fashionable hangouts and a chic array of shops welcome those who are looking to wander o the beaten track. North Mayfair is a cosmopolitan oasis a short walk from Selfridges Department Store.
The Grade I-listed, landscaped Brown Hart Gardens and café, just off Duke Street, stand raised at the heart of the neighbourhood, flanked by the super-stylish hotel The Beaumont, the creation of Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, restaurateurs behind The Wolseley. Nearby development 20 Grosvenor Square, by Finchatton with Four Seasons, brings a luxury residential peering, while neighbouring St Mark’s, a beautiful Grade I-listed neo-classical former church undergoing a sensitive refurbishment, is being transformed into a landmark retail destination.