1 Eagle Place

Adding an elegant urban block to the heart of London’s West End

This mixed-use development comprises commercial office space, retail space and 16 residential units on the edge of St James’s, retaining original facades and combining new spaces with refurbished ones.
The building features work from world-renowned artist Richard Deacon and sculptures by Stephen Cox, which help to create a thoughtful and elegant urban block in the St James’s Conservation Area.
1 Eagle Place was awarded the BCO’s Best Commercial Workspace award in 2014.
It was a joint venture between The Crown Estate and Hoopp and work was undertaken with partners including Lendlease, Waterman Group, Fulcrum Consulting, and Gardiner & Theobald.
Homes, Workplaces, Mixed-use
Design, Build
In Use
2011 to 2014
Maple Investments (A Joint Venture between The Crown Estate and the Health Care Of Ontario Pension Plan)
Piccadilly, London
Gross area
141,000 Square Foot