30 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, W1
2,703 sq ft
size: 2,703 sq ft
Client: Phillips / Mercury
Status: For rent
Contact: David Rosen
30 Berkeley Square is home to internationally recognised auction house, Phillips, buyers and sellers of the world’s most important contemporary works of art, and occupies the Square’s most commanding position. The auctioneers display collections in modern, double height galleries across the lower ground to ﬁrst ﬂoors and their ofﬁces and private galleries are housed on the second and third ﬂoors.
The reception and common parts have been fully refurbished to provide a modern, stylish arrival experience to 30 Berkeley Square. The art exhibition extends into the entrance providing an ever changing, ﬂuid space.
Floors are available as shell and core, enabling a potential occupier to create a bespoke design from the outset. All ﬂoors have a private terrace with the 6th and 7th ﬂoors offering stunning wrap around terraces overlooking Berkeley Square, Davies Street and Mount Street.
Clients and visitors will be able to take advantage of the auction house’s unique offering by browsing the showcased art across all three exhibition ﬂoors. Subject to negotiations with the landlord it may also be possible to host private events within the gallery space, giving occupiers an exciting opportunity to differentiate themselves.
This predominant Mayfair building was re-designed by award winning international architecture ﬁrm Aukett Swanke who are responsible for notable London projects such as the conversion of The Lanesborough Hotel and the restoration of The Royal Exchange courtyard.