In a neighbourhood known for its iconic architecture, luxury shopping, desirable real estate, five-star hotels and proximity to Hyde Park, The Knightsbridge Estate is being transformed into the 21st century’s answer to urban life, where residents and visitors alike will soon be able to shop, live, dine and work, without ever having to leave its beautiful buildings.
This transformation has seen The Estate attracting some of the world’s most established luxury and premium brands as tenants, including Watches of Switzerland, Tommy Hilfiger and Italian leather goods brand Furla, among many others. All of these changes are contributing to a welcome sense of community on The Estate.
The most important enhancement to The Knightsbridge Estate is underway at the junction of Brompton Road and Sloane Street. Here, world-class architects Fletcher Priest have designed a mixed-use scheme that will sit behind the retained and restored heritage façades, maintaining the unique character of the area, while delivering a brand-new building that meets all its occupiers’ needs.
World-class architects Fletcher Priest have designed a scheme that will sit behind the retained and restored heritage façades, maintaining the unique character of the area
In 2022, 34 luxury apartments will be available for rent only. Built around a private courtyard garden, many with dual aspect, these apartments will all be beautifully designed by Taylor Howes and provide for its residents to experience the ultimate lifestyle in Knightsbridge.
These residential tenants, together with the remainder of The Knightsbridge Estate’s tenants and the wider Knightsbridge community, will benefit from the improvements The Knightsbridge Estate is making to the public realm.
In particular the two new tube entrances that are being created, including one providing step-free access to the platforms, as well as the widening of the pavement along Brompton Road and Sloane Street.
Welcome to the Knightsbridge of the 21st century.