Top Benefits of Commercial Property in Mayfair

About Mayfair

Mayfair is one of London’s most prestigious locations, known for being the most expensive on the Monopoly board! Situated in the West End of London, this affluent area runs along the eastern edge of Hyde Park, and is also bordered by Green Park. It is located in the City of Westminster, between Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly and Park Lane. Mayfair gets its name from the ‘May Fair’, which was held annually in what is now Shepherd Market, from 1686 to 1764. Today the area is a mixture of high-end residential property, corporate headquarters, upmarket shops and restaurants and luxury hotels, so look no further for the ideal place for your commercial property than Mayfair.

 

Transport

tube transport Mayfair

Mayfair is well connected, with all of its tube stations falling within Travelcard Zone 1.

By Tube

The closest London Underground stations are Bond Street (Central and Jubilee Lines), Green Park (Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee Lines) Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly Line), Marble Arch (Central Line) and Oxford Circus (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo Lines).

By Bus

Commercial property in Mayfair can currently take advantage of the following bus routes: 2, 6, 7, 10, 13, 23, 30, 73, 74, 82, 94, 98, 137, 139, 159, 189, 274, 390 throughout the day. Routes: N2, N7, N13, N73, N98 and N207 are available throughout the night.

By Air

London City Airport (LCY) – 10 miles (16km) from Mayfair London Heathrow Airport (LHR) – 15 miles (24km) from Mayfair London Gatwick Airport (LGW) – 15 miles (24km) from Mayfair London Luton Airport (LTN) – 32 miles (51km) from Mayfair London Stansted Airport (STN) 40 miles (56km) from Mayfair

 

Things to do in Mayfair

green park Mayfair

There are plenty of ways to while away the time in Mayfair, from the historic arts and culture and luxury shopping, to the natural beauty of its scenic parks, here’s the best of what the area has in store:

Royal Academy of Arts

One of London’s best-known art galleries, the Royal Academy is a historic institution founded in 1768, and home to the work of an array of eminent artists. Alongside its permanent collection, the Academy also holds the largest open-submission exhibition of new art in the world, which has become a well-known annual event in London’s social calendar.

Handel & Hendrix in London

Under one roof, separated by a single wall, are the former residences of two of history’s most influential musical artists. At 25 Brook Street is the 18th century home of George Frideric Handel, where he composed his world-famous baroque music, including Messiah. Fast forward to the 20th century and the top floor of 23 Brook Street is the flat where Jimi Hendrix lived, creating some of the most significant music of his generation. Brook Street is well worth a visit to see these two famous dwellings in one go.

Burlington Arcade

A historic covered shopping arcade, where one can purchase antique jewellery, luxury clothing and delicious macarons, or even have your shoes shined. The Arcade is patrolled by the smallest private police force in existence today, known as the Beadles, who can be seen wearing frock coats and braided top hats. They’re extremely knowledgeable about the area, so ask one for a historical tour of the arcade.

Bond Street

For the ultimate high-end shopping experience, look no further than Bond Street. This major London thoroughfare is known for its many shops offering luxurious apparel and fine consumer goods. A trip to Mayfair wouldn’t be complete without a stroll down this iconic street for a spot of window shopping. From Cartier to Prada, Bond Street has it all.

Green Park

Covering just over 40 acres, Green Park is not quite as large as its neighbours Hyde Park and St James’s Park. However, this Royal Park is just as picturesque no matter the season. The perfect place for a scenic wander, Green Park’s broad avenues lined with trees will take you all the way from Piccadilly Circus to Buckingham Palace. A green sanctuary from the bustle of London life.

Commercial Property to Let in Mayfair

With so much to offer, Mayfair is truly a prime location for businesses looking to settle in the heart of the Capital. Here are some of the best commercial properties available in Mayfair:

28 Grosvenor Street

Grosvenor street commercial property mayfair

This beautiful serviced office is nestled in one of Mayfair’s most prestigious streets, yet ideally located for Green Park, Bond Street and Oxford Circus underground stations. The building was designed in 1906 by renowned architect C W Stephens, and offers compact, yet impeccable accommodation for up to 25 desks, alongside an elegant meeting room, which can host up to eight delegates. Attentive and discreet personnel are on hand to provide a dedicated reception, personalised call answering, mail handling and business support service.

Facilities: Meeting room for up to eight delegates, resilient bandwidth WiFi, Polycom VVX 410 telephone system, in-house administrative support, 24/7 access, kitchen facilities with complimentary tea and coffee.

Transport: Green Park, Bond Street and Oxford Circus underground stations.

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22-23 Old Burlington Street

Old Burlington Street commercial property mayfair

These high quality newly refurbished offices are part of a Grade II listed Georgian office building, originally constructed as two town houses in 1812. The building was comprehensively refurbished internally and externally in 2009 to form a single high-quality Grade A office building, whilst sensitively retaining period features throughout. The space is open plan, light and airy with new LED lighting throughout.

Facilities: Comfort cooling, passenger lift, modern entrance hall, fitted kitchenette.

Transport: Green Park, Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Piccadilly underground stations.

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18b Charles Street

Charles street commercial property mayfair

A striking Grade II listed building in the heart of Mayfair, providing 27 fully furnished serviced offices arranged over seven floors. 18b Charles Street comprises a contemporary reception area with dedicated service personnel, alongside two impeccable meeting rooms for 8-10 delegates.

Facilities: Resilient bandwidth WiFi, Polycom VVX 410 telephone system, in-house administrative support, 24/7 access, air conditioning throughout, contemporary, fully fitted kitchens with espresso machines and microwaves, shower room with complimentary toiletries and linen, professional cleaning throughout the day.

Transport: Green Park and Piccadilly underground stations.

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Mellersh & Harding – Mayfair Real Estate Consultants

Seeking commercial property in Mayfair? At Mellersh & Harding we have an extensive portfolio of serviced and un-serviced office space across Mayfair. Why not contact us today to discuss your individual requirements? You can reach our dedicated team on 020 7522 8500.

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