3 Eagle Place Introduction Contents About Eagle Place 01 The Crown Estate 05 and St James s The Location St.James s 09 A brief history 23 of St James s Location Map 27 The Building Entrance to 30 One Eagle Place Entrance and reception 32 Piccadilly view 34 Retail and residential, 36 Jermyn Street facade Corner of Jermyn Street 37 and Eagle Place The Floorplans Specification Summary 40 Piccadilly Elevation 42 Reception 43 Level Level Level Level Level Level Cellular Layout 50 Open Plan Layout 51 Contact us 52 Eagle Place Standing in a prime location, with facades on Piccadilly and Jermyn St, Eagle Place is a development providing 60,000 sq ft of premium office accommodation alongside residential and retail space. This key development from The Crown Estate, HOOPP and Stanhope elegantly incorporates original retained facades with contemporary design by the highly acclaimed Eric Parry Architects, producing a truly exclusive opportunity for St James s.
5 Left View of Piccadilly and Eagle Place
7 Eagle Place Introduction St James s The Crown Estate s role in St James s is to preserve its architectural heritage, improve its public areas and respond to the needs of modern occupiers and retailers, all in line with their core values of commercialism, integrity and stewardship. A key part of this role is to attract the high quality and sought-after retailers that will build upon St James s reputation as an exciting and vibrant destination. This includes enhancing the established restaurant offer by attracting acclaimed restaurants appropriate for a historically distinctive St James s. The Crown Estate and St James s The Crown Estate has launched a 500 million investment programme in St James s to enhance and protect its future as a distinct nîche in the West End office market and a world-renowned destination for shops and restaurants. Following on from its impeccable track record, there will be comprehensive improvements to public realm, and significant investments made to ensure and build upon the area s distinct character. The vision is to refine St James s, maintaining its unique history and heritage, whilst preparing the area for a very bright future. Left Jermyn Street
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9 The Crown Estate The Crown Estate has a reputation for successfully implementing improvements to the streets and other public space around their properties. This can be seen at Oxford Circus, Heddon Street, Swallow Street and Glasshouse Street. The Piccadilly two-way scheme (including Piccadilly Circus) was part-funded by The Crown Estate who are considering extending this approach to Haymarket, Waterloo Place, Regent Street and Jermyn Street.
11 St James s redefining refined St James s is the ultimate blend of elegant heritage and luxury retail. With a reputation as a world-class shopping and dining destination, it is synonymous with traditional fine craftsmanship and genteel sophistication. Building on this reputation, new restaurateurs and retailers that embody the area s core values of personal, distinctive, stimulating and eclectic, are actively encouraged to redefine refined.
12 Wiltons Restaurant
13 Boutique Shops
14 Fortnum and Mason
16 Economist Plaza Paxton and Whitfield
17 Jermyn Street White Cube
19 Jermyn Street
20 St James s Park
22 Duke Street St James s
23 St James s Street
24 Bury Street Alfred Dunhill
25 St James s Church The Wolseley A brief history of St James s 1600s St James s Street is laid out Pall Mall set out on the site of the old pall mall alley the name derived from the game of Palla Maglio played here Grant of freehold of St James s Field from Charles II to the Trustees of Henry Jermyn, the Earl of St Albans. St James s Square laid out and central area of St James s developed St James s Church, designed by Christopher Wren, is built. 1680s Jermyn Street completed. Both sides developed with shops many 18th century specialist shops and 19th century shopfronts still exist. 1690s 1770s Establishment of coffee and chocolate Houses on St James s Street. Many evolved into fashionable clubs such as Whites, the Cocoa Tree and Boodles. 1810s 1900s Establishment of the grand gentleman s clubs principally in Pall Mall. Examples include the Athenaeum, the Reform Club and the Royal Automobile Club John Nash conceives grand scheme for Regent Street to connect the Prince Regent s Palace at Carlton House with Regent s Park Building of Carlton House Terrace within the grounds of the former Carlton House, designed by John Nash Opening of the Ritz Hotel. Designed by Mewes and Davis, this is one of the first major steel-framed buildings in London Building of Simpson s Shop (now Waterstones) in Piccadilly designed by Joseph Emberton. 1960s Modern office developments built, including the Economist Building (1964) White Cube gallery built in Mason s Yard, off Duke Street St James s The Crown Estate begins a 500 million investment programme over 10 years. Duke of York s Column and Steps completed. This links Nash s Regent Street scheme with St James s Park and opens up a grand vista.
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28 Eagle Place Location Map Bond Street Oxford Street The Crown Estate St James s food offering sets the international standard, with michelin-starred food at Seven Park Place, Marco Pierre White at Wheeler s and international favourite The Wolseley being key dining destinations. Adding to St James s already rich gastronomic pedigree, new restaurants include Villandry on Regent Street and Cicchetti, who are due to launch their first London venture later this year. Regent Street Golden Square Berkeley Square Bond Street 13 Eagle Place Piccadilly Circus Jermyn Street Piccadilly Green Park St James s Square Pall Mall Green Park St James s Park
29 Eagle Place Location Wiltons Jermyn Street 02 White Cube Masons Yard 03 Ritz Restaurant Piccadilly 04 The Wolseley Piccadilly 05 Rowley s Restaurant Jermyn Street 06 Le Caprice Arlington Street 07 L Oranger St James s Street 08 Wheeler s of St. James s St. James s Street 09 Quaglino s Bury Street 10 Royal Academy of Arts Piccadilly 11 Sake no hana St James s Street 12 Villandry Waterloo Place 13 Cicchetti Piccadilly 14 Avenue St. James s Street
31 The Building Eric Parry Architects has designed a building that elegantly marries the rich history of St James s with contemporary business life. Through unique architectural details such as the curvilinear windows, unique scarlet faience work and bold public art a distinctive destination has been created. Underpinned by the Crown Estate s pledge of investment in St James s, and through its design and construction, this development communicates a commitment to quality.
32 Right Eagle Place office entrance
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35 Left Entrance and reception
36 Right Office views over Piccadilly
37 Eagle Place The Building 37 56
39 Expression As a key addition to this internationally recognisable address, the development has commissioned bespoke pieces of public art by Richard Deacon and Stephen Cox. Richard Deacon s work on the Piccadilly façade is dramatic and playful, the piece is constructed as a colourful variation on the building s unique faience façade, communicating a rare expression of individuality. The eye catching face that appears on the corner of Jermyn Street and Eagle Place is the work of Stephen Cox, an internationally exhibited sculptor with work in the permanent collections of both the Tate and the Uffizi.
40 Previous Corner of Jermyn Street and Eagle Place Above Jermyn Street facade
41 The Floorplans Eagle Place is a unique proposition. Standing in the heart of central London, this 60,000 sq ft development provides floor plates unusually large for St James s. Individual floors offer 11,000 sq ft of Grade A flexible office space with private terraces on upper floors and a double height reception, exclusively located as the only address on Eagle Place.
43 Eagle Place Summary specification Eagle Place Specification Key dimensions Floors and ceilings Air conditioning Mechanical services Electrical services Power Population density Lifts WC and shower provision Bicycle storage provision Terraces Sustainability 1.5m planning grid 2.75m floor to ceiling 1st to 3rd Floors 2.85m floor to ceiling 4th and 5th Floors 150mm (nominal) raised access floor Powder coated perforated metal pan ceiling tiles EC/DC 4-pipe variable fan coil on the perimeter providing heating and cooling with a 2-pipe variable speed fan coil in the internal areas to provide cooling only Internal Design Conditions 22 C + / 2 C (Summer) 22 C + / 2 C (Winter) Small Power 25W/m 2 plus additional 10W/m 2 capacity in the switch gear Lighting 12W/m 2 LG7 compatible BMS CCTV Incoming EUC 11kv supply with two transformers and a 500Kva landlord generator Occupation of 1:10 per sq m (escape 1: 8 per sq m) 3 No 13 person passenger destination controlled (one of which combines as fire fighting and goods) 50:60 male/female 11 showers provided in basement area 72 Bike racks plus lockers On 5th and 6th floors BREEAM Excellent target Geothermal piles Rainwater harvesting
44 Eagle Place Schedule of Areas Eagle Place Floorplans Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Total Total 59,574 sq ft 5,535 sq m
45 Eagle Place Floorplans Eagle Place Reception Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Piccadilly Eagle Place Jermyn Street
46 Eagle Place Level 01 Eagle Place Floorplans Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Piccadilly Eagle Place Residential Jermyn Street
47 Eagle Place Level 02 Eagle Place Floorplans Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Piccadilly 44 m 34 m Eagle Place Residential Jermyn Street
48 Eagle Place Level 03 Eagle Place Floorplans Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Piccadilly Eagle Place Residential Jermyn Street
49 Eagle Place Level 04 Eagle Place Floorplans Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Piccadilly Eagle Place Residential Jermyn Street
50 Eagle Place Level 05 Eagle Place Floorplans Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Piccadilly Eagle Place Terrace Jermyn Street
51 Eagle Place Level 06 Eagle Place Floorplans Level 06 10,765 sq ft 1,000 sq m Level 05 12,179 sq ft 1,131 sq m Level 04 10,904 sq ft 1,013 sq m Level 03 10,971 sq ft 1,019 sq m Level 02 10,925 sq ft 1,016 sq m Level 01 1,885 sq ft 175 sq m Reception 1,945 sq ft 181 sq m Piccadilly Terrace Eagle Place Terrace Terrace Jermyn Street
52 Eagle Place Cellular layout Eagle Place Floorplans High Cellular Occupancy Partners (Single Office) 01 Partner/Associate (Double Office) 44 Total 45 Support staff 12 Support staff/fee earner ratio 1/4 Total 57 Net Internal Area 1013m 2 / 10904ft 2 Density per Person 17.7m 2 / 191.3ft 2 Piccadilly Store Refresh Comms/ Server Eagle Place Coats Arrival and milling Space L3 L4 L5 Jermyn Street
53 Eagle Place Open plan layout Eagle Place Floorplans Occupancy Typical Single Office 03 Open Plan Staff 76 Total 79 Net Internal Area 1131 m2 / 12,179 ft2 Density per Person 14.3 m2 / 154 ft2 Piccadilly Refresh Store Comms/ Server Eagle Place Resource Coats Arrival and milling Space Jermyn Street
54 Eagle Place Contact details A development by Stanhope plc for Maple Investment a joint venture between The Crown Estate and Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP) Contacts Office CBRE Emma Crawford Richard Smart Strutt & Parker Simon Knights Alex Walters Residential WA Ellis Retail Cushman & Wakefield Strutt & Parker stjameslondon.co.uk Misrepresentation Act Strutt and Parker and CBRE for themselves and for the lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: (1) the particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending lessees, and do not constitute part of, an offer or contract; (2) all descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them; (3) no person in the employment of Strutt and Parker and CBRE has any authority to make or give representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. August Designed by dn&co.