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One Crown Place development to open luxury Georgian hotel

by Hannah Grogan on Feb 14, 2018 in Architecture , Developments
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One Crown Place will feature a luxury Georgian hotel, from six restored townhouses

One Crown Place will feature a luxury Georgian hotel, from six restored townhouses

London’s One Crown Place mixed-use development announces plans to open luxury hotel and members club in existing Sun Street townhouses 

Designed by London and New York-based group KPF, the development includes two residential towers, as well as office and retail space. On street level, the development also includes a row of historic terrace houses that will be converted into a boutique hotel, and private members club.

Originally designed by George Dance the younger, an architectural legacy, the terraces date back to the early 1800s and owing to their era are traditionally Georgian in style. Set to open in early 2020, the hotel's name will be announced later this year under Bespoke Hotels operation.

The hotel will feature 41 rooms, a street-style deli, bar, lobby art gallery, restaurant and also a private members’ club. Interiors and design are under the direction of Bowler James Brindley.

Located in a prime location with Liverpool Street Station only minutes away and Shoreditch and Old Street all in armsreach, One Crown Place is already striking up plenty of buzz. With Crossrail services beginning from Liverpool Street Station within the year, proximity to the rest of London is even closer.

Unnamed One Crown Place view on Sun Street

The view of the hotel at dusk from Sun Street

 

One Crown Place will feature a luxury Georgian hotel, from six restored townhouses

One Crown Place will feature a luxury Georgian hotel, from six restored townhouses

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