At the heart of property manager Cadogan’s dynamic management strategy is an unflagging commitment to the careful curation and preservation of the rich, 300-year history of the Estate’s 93 acres, which span an area encompassing Knightsbridge and Chelsea, plus continued investment in the future vitality, growth and long-term success of the area.

Chelsea is renowned for its unique mix of cultural attractions, beautiful homes, international flagship stores, independent boutiques, exclusive hotels, restaurants, cafés and bars, set against a backdrop of elegant streets and beautiful green spaces. Today, the Estate comprises 3,000 flats, 200 houses, 300 shops, over 30 restaurants, cafés and pubs, 500,000 square feet of office space, eight hotels, seven schools, five churches and around a dozen stunning gardens, which cover 15 acres in total. It has long been a haven for artists, designers, musicians and authors, from The Rolling Stones to Vivienne Westwood, artist Whistler, Oscar Wilde and creator of Dracula, Bram Stoker, who have all lived and breathed the area.

For 300 years, Cadogan has been at the heart of Chelsea, contributing to a vibrant and inspiring area through its active stewardship

Today it continues to be a hot-spot for world-class artistic endeavour as home to the internationally renowned Saatchi Gallery, the provocative Royal Court Theatre and the illustrious Cadogan Hall. The area is still a place where creativity flourishes and the fashionable come to see and be seen. Commissioned by Charles, 1st Earl Cadogan in the 18th century and stretching from Knightsbridge to Sloane Square, Sloane Street is now recognised as one of the most exclusive retail destinations in Britain with an impressive list of new flagship stores including Balenciaga and Tanner Krolle alongside Giambattista Valli, Giorgio Armani, Hermès and Tom Ford.


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Pavilion Road is now complete as one of the latest developments carefully curated by Cadogan, providing a gourmet haven just behind Sloane Square. Fresh food, drink and produce from independent artisans can all now be found on this beautiful mews, as well as beauty boutiques and latest arrivals including an ice-cream shop, gentleman’s barber and stationers. Exciting plans are also afoot to energise further the world-famous King’s Road and the newly refurbished Cadogan Hotel, managed by Belmond, will also be opening its doors in 2019.

Chelsea is renowned for its unique mix of cultural attractions, beautiful homes, international flagship stores, independent boutiques and exclusive hotels

Duke of York Square hosts a fantastic selection of shops including new flagships for Aesop, Miista and Dermalogica, plus restaurants and an artisan Fine Food Market each Saturday. Former Ministry of Defence land and buildings have also created the home for the Saatchi Gallery, housing one of the largest private collections of contemporary art in Britain. The latest addition is the Duke of York Restaurant. With a roof terrace open to the public and Britain’s first fully retractable glass windows, it champions modern architecture within heritage surroundings. This new restaurant will provide a wonderful setting for all to enjoy.

For 300 years, Cadogan has been at the heart of Chelsea, contributing to a vibrant and inspiring area through its active stewardship. Over the next 300, Cadogan aims to encourage its evolution, while preserving the sense of heritage and identity that make Chelsea unique.

CADOGAN 10 DUKE OF YORK SQUARE, LONDON, SW3 4LY +44 (0)20 7730 4567


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