Iconic steel framed building to transform prime London site
The largest development on London’s Oxford Street for 40 years is progressing on schedule with the steel frame (as of mid April) approximately 70% complete.
Known as Park House, the structure will cover an entire city block, totalling almost half an hectare, on a prime West End location close to Marble Arch and Mayfair.
The mixed use development will include 15,000m² of offices and luxury residential apartments and a further 8,000m² of retail space on the lower ground and first floors. The steel framed structure will consist of eight floors, topped with a double height curved glass roof.
Working on behalf of Mace, steelwork contractor Severfield-Reeve Structures will erect approximately 3,300t of steel for the project, which is due for completion in 2012.