In the heart of one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods, Marylebone Square, by leading developer Concord London, is a rare mixed-use development revitalising a new section of Marylebone’s historic streetscape.
Offering a blend of architectural creativity and enduring sophistication, designed by E8 architecture, Marylebone Square reimagines city living while honouring the rich heritage of traditional London mansion blocks.
Nestled on what was once noble land, it comprises 54 apartments, including a collection of elegant penthouses, alongside 25 affordable homes available for rent, arranged around a distinctive inner courtyard, offering residents a rare peaceful retreat from busy city life.
Apartments are designed for 21st century and modern urban life with spacious open-plan layouts, floor-to-ceiling glazing and sliding glass doors – creating spaces filled with natural light (prices start from £2,660,000 for a one-bedroom apartment). Marylebone Square also brings 110 public car parking spaces equipped with EV charging points and circa 38,000 sq. ft ground floor retail space that will further activate the local area.
Marylebone Square’s unique design means each apartment looks out to a distinctive inner courtyard atrium garden, inspired by the verdant classical conservatories of the 16th century. Beyond providing a green outlook for residents, the design allows natural airflow through the building, with the courtyard open to the outside world.
Gavin de Klerk, Development Director of Concord London says, “Marylebone Square is the perfect example of how architectural ingenuity can enable well-being, acting as an interplay between nature and urbanity. The courtyard garden is truly unique and provides a retreat for residents from the hustle and bustle of central London, enabling people to lead more fulfilling and harmonious lifestyles.”
Simon Bowden, the visionary behind Marylebone Square, comments: “In a world marked by health-conscious considerations, the inner courtyard stands as a testament to the paramount importance of resident well-being. With a sublime flow of invigorating breezes coursing through its five-storey expanse, augmented by the dance of natural sunlight filtering in through the ethereal roof, our design responds to the call for both physical and mental rejuvenation.”
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