A collection of apartments to be built on the last undeveloped whole city block in Marylebone

Marylebone Square: A Modern Take on a Traditional London Mansion Block
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At the core of Marylebone Village lies Marylebone Square - a collection of 54 high-end apartments, carefully chosen boutiques and restaurants, and a versatile community hall.

A modern take on a traditional London mansion block, the site totals 0.75 acres and is the only new whole city-block development in the W1 postcode. Created by developer Concord London, together with Simon Bowden Architects, the development boasts a modern Georgian architectural design with its anodised bronze aluminium and granite retail façade and ceramic cladding in four glaze colours.

Once inside, the five-level, central courtyard featuring a 24hr concierge desk clad in York stone is revealed. Offering access to all the apartments, the courtyard will also serve as an open garden sanctuary flooded with light from a large glass canopy, filled with lush plants and delicate trees overlooking a large pond set in the middle. Apartments at Marylebone Square are spacious, elegant and modern properties designed for open-plan living.

Floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors open out to a private balcony or terrace. The interiors feature natural materials such as oak, marble, limestone and brass, and are fitted with bespoke cabinetry, comfort cooling, underfloor heating and coffered lighting.

To pay homage to the site's history, Marylebone Square will host the famous Marylebone Farmers’ market in the community hall every Sunday, and with many of the furnishings and fittings supplied by Marylebone vendors, this is truly a local development.

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