42 Gloucester Avenue, London

This property was purchased in 1999 as a development opportunity.

The property is a new build mixed use scheme comprising of: café, restaurant, retail, office space and 5 residential apartments each 2-3 bedrooms with a penthouse. The scheme also benefits from protected off-street parking available for 7 cars. The development has a total floor area comprised of 9,000 sq ft of residential apartments, 4,600 sq ft of commercial retail space and 15,000 sq ft of commercial office space.

At the time, this regeneration of former railway land was the only significant new-build development to be undertaken in this affluent area of North-West London for over a century. The site has been converted to a high-end mixed use scheme of 5 residential apartments, five storeys of commercial office space and commercial retail units on the ground floor street frontage. A great effort was made to maintain and adapt the unique Victorian structures that remained on the site. The tunnel, formerly used as stabling for horses working at the nearby Camden Goods Yard now forms the seating area for a new high-end restaurant; a water accumulator tower now houses the residential access staircase and lift.


Mixed use


5000-10000 sq ft Residential
> 10000 sq ft Commercial