Located opposite Buckingham Palace, within a magnificent and secure island site in St. James’ Park, No. 1 Palace Street sets a new standard in luxury living. Incorporating five different architectural styles, each side of No. 1 Palace Street has its own unique character and story.
With exceptional views of Buckingham Palace and the expansive Palace Gardens, No. 1 Palace Street, The St. Regis Residences is unique in its close proximity to the Crown. Located in the heart of the city and in one of London’s most coveted addresses, makes this one of the capital’s most desirable luxury condominiums.
Where old meets new, The Residences makes for a beautifully crafted contemporary home. It provides insight into the city’s rich history, opening the door to the very best cultural experiences. With Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall and The Houses of Parliament all just a stone’s throw away, this enviable location promises to give residents a unique glimpse into all the mystery and wonder that takes place in and around Her Majesty’s official London residence.
A building with regal history
Steeped in history, Grade II Listed Buckingham Gate was built in 1861 as one of London’s first Landmark hotels; «The Palace Hotel» hosted the overflow of distinguished guests from Buckingham Palace.
The land surrounding the site was once a Mulberry tree garden and aviary for exotic birds, during the reign of King James I, leading to the area now being called the «Birdcage Conservation Area».
Drive through an elegant Porte Cochère on one side of the residence
A grand entrance flooded with natural light
A green oasis in the heart of St. James’ Park
Magnificent hallways leading to residents’ palatial amenities
An elegant library forms part of the 10,000sq ft of exclusive leisure facilities
The reception room is available for meetings and can be transformed into a magnificent private dining room
Enjoy the latest releases in the comfort of your own cinema
No.1 Palace Street offers 6,500 sq ft of wellness facilities including a 20m private pool, one of London’s most impressive
The 2,000sq ft gym includes two personal-training studios and state-of-the-art fitness equipment
Northacre: a 25 year commitment to crafstmanship
With 25 Years of experience, Northacre is London’s leading developer of luxury residences in the most sought-after locations. Northacre distinguishes itself through an intrinsic understanding of luxury, where passionate attention to detail is combined with an appreciation for craftsmanship, heritage and innovation.
Each Northacre residence is created as a legacy project, to form something beautiful for generations to come. Northacre has been responsible for the notable developments of The Lancasters, The Phillimores, Kings Chelsea, and The Bromptons, to name but a few. The schemes remain landmark locations within London.
Located opposite Buckingham Palace on a magnificent and secure island site beside St James’s Park, No.1 Palace Street sets a new standard of exquisite luxury living.
Comprising 72 extraordinary apartments, each individual in design and layout, it is the only residential scheme which can claim views towards Buckingham Palace and its Gardens.
The development embraces a variety of exquisite and classic styles across its five buildings, with each façade having taken inspiration from the architectural vernacular of one of these international styles; Italian Renaissance, Beaux Arts, French Renaissance, Queen Anne and Contemporary.
The location of No. 1 Palace Street is as unique as its architecture. Merely a stone’s throw from the history and tradition of St James’s, the finest restaurants and shopping of Mayfair and Knightsbridge, and only a short walk from the serenity of the Royal Parks, residents will be placed within easy reach of the best that London has to offer.
The Old Palace Hotel
Set within the historic conservation area of Birdcage Walk, the prestigious building has a long-standing affiliation with British Royalty. Built in 1861, the Grade II-listed wing of the building, Buckingham Gate, was once the major landmark ‘The Palace Hotel’.
As one of the first substantial five-star establishments, the hotel hosted the overflow of distinguished guests of Queen Victoria before the third wing of Buckingham Palace was built. There was also a rumoured tunnel said to connect the two.
Inspired by the romantic villas of Renaissance Italy, Italianate architecture was first deployed in Britain in the early 1800s. It is characterised by high ceilings, flat roofs and balustraded balconies. Buckingham Gate is the embodiment of this style.
Buckingham Gate offers 13 apartments ranging in size from 1,060 sq.ft to 5,343 sq.ft benefiting from Versailles parquet flooring and bespoke cornicing.
An influential movement of the 15th and 17th centuries, this extravagant architectural style, influenced by the French châteaux, suited the mansions and large-scale public buildings of the neoclassical revival that flourished in Britain during the Victorian era.
French Renaissance offers five apartments ranging in size from 2,066 sq.ft to 4,396 sq.ft benefiting from a chevron parquet flooring and bespoke cornicing.
Despite its name, Queen Anne architecture had little to do with the 17th century monarch – the term was originally applied to the country houses that were designed by Richard Norman Shaw in the 19th century
Stafford Place offers 26 lateral one and two bedroom apartments ranging in size from 679 sq.ft to 1,843 sq.ft benefiting from herringbone parquet flooring and bespoke cornicing.
London is home to some of the world’s leading examples of modern architecture.
The Palace Street building has been designed by architects Squire and Partners to offer a 21st century façade and an interior featuring generous proportions and a sleek, contemporary aesthetic.Palace Street offers 14 apartments ranging in size from 883 sq.ft to 4,164 sq.ft benefiting from wide contemporary plank flooring and bespoke cornicing.
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