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Prestigious Location

Timeless yet constantly evolving, St James’s is both historic and contemporary in character, placing it at the heart of London life. Synonymous with the finest goods and services, St James’s is characterised by beautiful shop fronts, leading galleries, auction houses and luxury fashion retailers that not only defy the test of time, but for many, have become lifelong staples.

Prestigious Location

Timeless yet constantly evolving, St James’s is both historic and contemporary in character, placing it at the heart of London life. Synonymous with the finest goods and services, St James’s is characterised by beautiful shop fronts, leading galleries, auction houses and luxury fashion retailers that not only defy the test of time, but for many, have become lifelong staples.

Prestigious Location

Timeless yet constantly evolving, St James’s is both historic and contemporary in character, placing it at the heart of London life. Synonymous with the finest goods and services, St James’s is characterised by beautiful shop fronts, leading galleries, auction houses and luxury fashion retailers that not only defy the test of time, but for many, have become lifelong staples.

Prestigious Location

Timeless yet constantly evolving, St James’s is both historic and contemporary in character, placing it at the heart of London life. Synonymous with the finest goods and services, St James’s is characterised by beautiful shop fronts, leading galleries, auction houses and luxury fashion retailers that not only defy the test of time, but for many, have become lifelong staples.

AMENITIES

Royal parks, incomparable architecture and a history unique unto itself, all combine to define St James’s as being one of the most desirable locations in London. St James’s embodies the perfect blend of the classic and the contemporary.

    • 1Café Murano
    • 2Le Caprice
    • 3Sake no Hana
    • 4Quaglino’s
    • 5Avenue
    • 6Chutney Mary
    • 7The Wolseley
    • 8The Balcon
    • 9Franco’s
    • 10Mint Leaf
    • 11Cicchetti
    • 12Wiltons
    • 1345 Jermyn Street
    • 14The Ritz
    • 15St James’s Hotel & Club
    • 16The Stafford London
    • 17Dukes Hotel & Bar
    • 18The Cavendish London
    • 19The Haymarket
    • 20White’s
    • 21Boodle’s
    • 22Oxford & Cambridge Club
    • 23The Army & Navy Club
    • 24The Royal Automobile Club
    • 25Institute Of Directors
    • 26East India Club
    • 27Naval and Miltary Club
    • 28Reform Club
    • 29Athenaeum
    • 3067 Pall Mall
    • 31Christie’s Auction House
    • 32White Cube Gallery
    • 33David Gill Gallery
    • 34Institute of Contemporary Arts
    • 35Her Majesty’s Theatre
    • 36Theatre Royal Haymarket
    • 37National Gallery
    • 38Berry Bros. & Rudd
    • 39Lock & Co. Hatters
    • 40Beretta
    • 41Turnbull & Asser
    • 42Alfred Dunhill
    • 43Paxton & Whitfield
    • 44Fortnum & Mason
    • 45Hatchards
    • 46Assouline
    • 47Bespoke Cycling
    • 48Piccadilly Arcade
    • 49Princes Arcade
    • 50John Lobb
    • 51Floris
    • 52Daniel Crouch Rare Books
    • 53Hilditch & Key
    • 54Aquascutum
    • 55Farlows
    • 38Berry Bros. & Rudd
    • 39Lock & Co. Hatters
    • 40Beretta
    • 41Tumbull & Asser
    • 42Alfred Dunhill
    • 43Paxton & Whitfield
    • 44Fortnum & Mason
Local Occupiers

St James’s is a significant and distinct business sector of the West End office market. With London Underground stations on three of its four corners, St James’s is extremely well connected for links to the rest of the capital.

ConnectivityTransport Links

With London Underground stations on three of its four corners, St James’s is extremely well connected to the rest of the capital. Eurostar is a mere 20 minutes away and all major London airports are easily accessible.

  • Piccadilly Circus — 5 minutes
  • Green Park — 5 minutes
  • Charing Cross — 7 minutes
  • Victoria — 12 minutes
  • Embankment — 12 minutes
  • Waterloo — 14 minutes
  • St Pancras International — 20 minutes
  • London City — 40 minutes
  • Heathrow — 42 minutes
  • Gatwick — 49 minutes
Art & Culture

The galleries, art specialists and auction houses of St James’s command respect worldwide and offer a considerable contribution to the area’s character and reputation.

Bury Street, Duke Street, St James’s and King Street have long contained a large concentration of private galleries and, more recently, the strikingly modern White Cube and David Gill Gallery have opened to further emphasise the significance of St James’s as a cultural destination of excellence.

Fashion & Lifestyle

St James’s has a reputation as an exciting and vibrant world-class shopping destination located just a short walk from the luxury enclave of Bond Street and South Mayfair.

Synonymous with traditional fine craftsmanship and refined sophistication, St James’s is recognised for its high-quality tailoring, luxury grooming and style accessories. Local favourites include Fortnum and Mason, Turnbull & Asser, New & Lingwood, Dunhill and John Lobb.

With its emphasis towards heritage, a sense of tradition, elegance and luxury, St James’s continues to attract the finest retailers to accommodate the needs of the discerning shopper. St James’s continues to offer a mix of businesses little changed in over 200 years sitting comfortably alongside exciting new additions to the mix with a capacity to draw new connoisseurs to the area.

Restaurants & Bars

Food and drink have long played a pivotal role in reflecting the character of St James’s.

The offering continues to evolve with an evident focus towards attracting the world’s most eclectic and high-quality independent restauranteurs, striving to provide for the needs of residents, professionals, shoppers and visitors alike. St James’s is popular for the quality of its portfolio of restaurants; from the established favourites such as Wiltons and Quaglino’s to the contemporary Avenue and Saka no Hana on St James’s Street.

Fashionable coffee and chocolate houses came to dominate the area and throughout the 19th century, many of these – including The Cocoa Tree, Boodle’s and White’s – were to set the trend for the establishment of the capital’s most exclusive Gentlemen’s clubs. Whether there is a desire to meet, eat or to relax at the end of a long day, St James’s is able to perfectly meet each individual’s needs. There are bars and restaurants which boast truly international reputations and an appealing mix of luxury hotels including The Stafford and the Ritz.

LOCAL OCCUPIERS

St James’s is a significant and distinct business sector of the West End office market. With London Underground stations on three of its four corners, St James’s is extremely well connected for links to the rest of the capital.

    • 1BP
    • 2Credit Suiss
    • 3HSBC Bank PLC
    • 4KKR Credit Advisors
    • 5Temasek
    • 6Rio Tinto
    • 7Warburg Pincus
    • 8Permira Private Equity
    • 9Apax Partners
    • 10The Carlyle Group
    • 11The Crown Estate
    • 12Waverton Investment
    • 13IoD
    • 14Blackstone
    • 15SGPB Hambros Bank Limited
    • 16J O Hambro

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