Pimlico road forms part of the pimlico road design district, which is home to some of the most important and evocative names in design, interiors and antiques. including rose unlacke, linley, howe london,jamb and robert kime.
pimlico road is in an excellent location situated between victoria, belgravia, chelsea and pimlico. it is a thriving community, attracting the world's leading interior designers as well as the most discerning shoppers
FLAGSHIP RETAIL OPPORTUNITY
ABOVE: Fermoie 53 - 55 Pimlico Road
Pimlico Road forms part of the Pimlico Road Design District, which is home
to some of the most important and evocative names in design, interiors and
antiques, including Rose Uniacke, Linley, Howe London, Jamb, Soane Britain,
Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler and Robert Kime. Together, these brands define
the area’s artistic identity and its prestigious reputation. Along with Carl
Hansen, Pinch, and The Odd Chair Company, Chelsea Textiles is an exciting
new addition to the street at 40-42 Pimlico Road.
Pimlico Road is in an excellent location situated between Victoria, Belgravia,
Chelsea, Pimlico and Battersea. It is more than just a street: it’s a thriving
community, attracting the world’s leading interior designers as well as the most
discerning shoppers, who congregate to buy, to discover and to socialise.
The Pimlico Road Design District is the focal point of a vibrant neighbourhood;
rarely, at the heart of one of the world’s great capital cities, can a genuine
village be found. From the farmers’ market at Orange Square, to the pub, the
church, the convenience store, restaurants and the flower stall: Pimlico Road
is the scene of a dynamic and passionate society – at once both locally and
About Pimlico Road
LEFT : The Odd Chair Company
ABOVE : Sibyl Colefax 89 Pimlico Road,
Carl Hansen & Son 48A Pimlico Road,
ABOVE : The Orange 37 - 39 Pimlico Road
Grosvenor’s history is rooted in its ownership and active management of its
London estate: Mayfair and Belgravia. Originally developed as a residential
community in the 1820s, Belgravia has, for two centuries, been the focus of
continual change. Today, both Mayfair and Belgravia make vital economic,
social and cultural contributions to the capital.
As part of a privately owned international property group, Grosvenor Britain &
Ireland is able to take a long-term view of its London estate. This outlook and
deep understanding of community results in decision-making that ensures the
right balance of uses is achieved, and that great places are created, both now
and for future generations.
Grosvenor prides itself on understanding streets, neighbourhoods and cities.
From its success in repositioning Mount Street as a world-class luxury shopping
destination, to accessing the Knightsbridge customer on Motcomb Street,
Grosvenor utilises this knowledge to create great environments where people
want to eat, drink, shop and enjoy.
GROSVENOR’S LONDON ESTATE
Grosvenor’s vision is to continue to invest and build upon the reputation of the
Pimlico Road Design District by attracting like-minded retailers who embody
the area’s brand values of ‘quality, craftsmanship, provenance and heritage’,
and to ensure its long-term standing as a world-class interior and homewares
As part of this commitment, and in partnership with its tenants, Grosvenor
supports a rich ongoing diary of cultural events and consumer engagement
programmes, including London Design Festival, London Craft Week, and for the
first time in 2019, the Pimlico Road Design District took part in Collect by the
ABOVE (Clockwise from top) : Robert Kime of Robert Kime 190 Ebury Street,
Lulu Lytle of Soane 50 - 52 Pimlico Road, Nicola and Christopher Cox of Cox London 194 Ebury Street
Pimlico Road – with its eclectic mix of galleries, interior designers and art and
antique shops – has captured imaginations since Mozart composed his first
symphony here in the late 1700s. As the street has grown in significance, its
bustling scene has spread into adjacent streets, pushing towards the ever-busy
Victoria and the modern boutiques of the King’s Road – driving yet more footfall
and a wider audience to discover its magic. Additionally, the populations of the
flourishing surrounding districts of Chelsea and Belgravia have come to see the
road as a rich, diverse part of their day-to-day lives.
Over the years, Pimlico Road has maintained its individuality, unashamedly
focusing on providing a bespoke, enticing collection of shops; selling services
and products, both contemporary and ancient, that are unique across the world.
LEFT : Cox London 194 Ebury Street
ABOVE (Clockwise from top) : LINLEY 60 Pimlico Road,
Luke Irwin 20 - 22 Pimlico Road, Soane 50 - 52 Pimlico Road
46 Pimlico Road, located at the heart of the street’s activity with a prominent
frontage, represents a unique opportunity for a business to join this thriving
cultural and commercial scene. Combined with the exceptional quality of
local architecture and the distinct offerings from the road’s other retailers and
hospitality premises, 46 Pimlico Road presents an exciting possibility to be part
of something special.
CACI RESULTS FOR PIMLICO ROAD
AVERAGE AGE 43
RETAIL SPEND £492
CATERING SPEND £44
DEMOGRAPHICS 16% Affluent Achievers
47% Rising Prosperity
(10% Dom/18% International)
46 Pimlico Road
SLOANE SQUARE STATION
Holbein Place entrance/exit
5 minutes walk
Czech & urniture
Fine Art & Antiq
The Odd Ch
Fine Cell Wor
ST BARNABAS STREET
Buckingham Palace Road
10 minutes walk
Place of Worship
RIGHT : The Dining Chair Company 4 St Barnabas Street
ABOVE (Clockwise from top) : PINCH 46 Bourne Street, Luke Irwin 20 - 22 Pimlico Road
Rose Uniacke 76 – 84 Pimlico Road, OCHRE 24 Pimlico Road, Jamb 95 - 97 Pimlico Road
46 Pimlico Road is an A1 retail unit which comprises: Ground Floor: 1,664 sq ft.
Ground Floor Sales: 1,414.4 sq ft, Ground Floor Storage: 249.6 sq ft.
All dimensions and areas are approximate.
QUOTING RENT: £175,000 per annum.
2017 Rateable Value – £93,000.
Rates Payable – £47,709.
The unit will be available on standard Grosvenor terms. Any lease will be granted
outside the security of tenure provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
EPC rating: D
TIMING: The unit is available for occupation immediately.
VIEWINGS: Strictly by appointment through the joint agents.
SPECIFICATION: The unit will be let as seen.
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