Regents Crescent is a residential heritage project in central London (W1) which involved returning a stunning architectural set piece back to its original residential use.
Originally designed in 1820 by John Nash, one of the most celebrated architects of his time, the property comprises a Grade I Listed Crescent and adjoining properties at 77-81 Portland Place which had been used primarily for commercial purposes. The property has been redeveloped into a luxury residential development including 76 units providing lateral and duplex apartments together with garden villas and associated car parking. This landmark project provides best-in-class leisure and amenity with high-quality landscaped gardens.
Regents Crescent is on the statutory list at the highest English Heritage grade, for its outstanding townscape value as an essential part of Nash’s master plan for Regent’s Park. The Nash elevational design has major significance for being a part of a single crescent that forms the picturesque backdrop to the park and negotiates the transition from open parkland to the urban boulevard of Portland Place.
Regents Crescent enjoys a prime central London location with access to the West End, Midtown and the City. The location has excellent transportation links and provides a mixture of residential, office and a wide variety of high-quality local amenities, restaurants and shops nearby. London’s West End is within easy reach with the premier shopping destinations of Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street, whilst leading universities and educational institutions are also in close proximity.