Dixon Jones mixed use project at 55-91 Knightsbridge has reached a key milestone with the completion of the demolition phase behind the retained Grade II listed façade. WD Caroe’s original building dates back to 1905 and occupies an entire block length of over 100m on Knightsbridge representing the longest retained façade in London.
The site is being redeveloped by Dixon Jones for Cheval Property as a mixed use project. The fine façade will be refurbished with a new structure to be inserted behind to house high quality accommodation including apartments, offices and retail at street level. The new proposals will offer enhanced views across to Hyde Park and private south-facing terraces to the rear which will complement the architecture of Caroe’s street facade.