South Molton Triangle
Creating a new mixed-use development in Mayfair
The South Molton Triangle is an important but overlooked corner of our Mayfair estate, bounded by Davies Street, Brook Street and South Molton Street.
The area is well-known as the home of Grays Antiques market and lies immediately opposite the new Elizabeth Line Bond Street West station. It also encompasses a number of narrow side streets which, with investment, can serve a real purpose in safely directing and dispersing pedestrians from the new station and provide other services to the area.
We are proposing to create a new mixed-use development supplemented by significant investment in the surrounding public spaces, enabling the South Molton Triangle to complement and provide an entrance to the wider Mayfair neighbourhood.
New office buildings will sustain positive growth by creating and supporting employment opportunities. A range of retail, leisure and dining offers at ground and basement level will also provide an active and attractive day and evening economy
Our design process is focussed on celebrating and protecting the area’s heritage and character through respectful and intelligent treatment both of existing and proposed buildings and as well as public spaces.
We have been working closely with the community to gain substantial feedback on how new investment could best serve residents and workers above and beyond the opportunity to better manage increased pedestrian numbers.
You can find out more about the project by visiting the website link below or contacting the team on email@example.com.
See how the South Molton Triangle might look:
The proposals for the South Molton Triangle form part of Grosvenor’s broader commitment to the success of London, the West End and its estate. In 2017, Grosvenor published a 20 year vision for its Mayfair and Belgravia estate, detailing how it wanted to respond to help London tackle the many pressures it faces. Central to this was the evolution of the estate to be more active, open and integrated, providing better streets, greener spaces and enterprising places.