Marble Arch Place, a mixed-used development by property developer Almacantar, freeholder The Portman Estate and construction company Multiplex, will be a new landmark for the area. Obviously, not the type of national landmark like the Marble Arch monument, but a striking development to bolster the area’s retail and leisure offer, office space and residential accommodation.
The scheme, which will overlook Hyde Park and Marble Arch, will be a jewel in the area’s crown with dynamic architecture, dramatic art installation, conscience public realm scheme and impressive interior design.
As a cornerstone of the BID area, we have compiled key facts and figures about Marble Arch Place –
- Odeon Marble arch will return. On site since 1928 with a recent break during demolition and build, Odeon Marble Arch will return to its rightful home in 2020 with a state-of-the-art underground multi-screen cinema.
- The retail offer will grow with five new retail spaces spanning over 48,000 sq ft, including the return of much-loved previous occupant Sainsbury’s Local.
- Set within an 18-storey structure designed by architect Rafael Vinoly, Marble Arch Place includes 54 apartments impeccably designed by Millier London so the inside is just as lovely as the outside overlooking Hyde Park.
- Marble Arch Place is creating a new public realm scheme with an eye-catching art installation designed by Lee Simmons for the 45,000 people that pass through Marble Arch station each day, as well as those that work, visit, live and enjoy the area.
- A contemporary 7-storey commercial building will provide over 95,000 sq ft of conscience and high quality office space as a new London HQ hub.