Grosvenor is a world-leading developer of commercial and residential property, with a proud English heritage and long experience of meeting the needs of sophisticated international clients. Its origins date back to 1677, when the Grosvenor family created one of the largest prime estates in London. Grosvenor still actively manage a portfolio of properties across 300 acres of Belgravia and Mayfair in Central London, typified by classic architecture with luxurious, contemporary interiors.
Grosvenor's aim is to differentiate by offering exceptional quality and service with the highest standards of design. Grosvenor’s most recent commercial development in Mayfair is the award-winning Fifty Grosvenor Hill, a 20,000sq ft. Grade A office building. This new development, now fully let, is situated in a discreet location in the heart of Mayfair. Designed to the highest standard, it has a historic mews facade design with a classic reception and contemporary interiors. Surrounding the building there has been extensive public realm improvements incorporating public art sculptures of Terence Donovan and Twiggy by Neal French.
Stow is an international property investment, development and management company with operations in the UK and Middle East. Over the last two decades it has established a platform for real estate investment and development that encompasses a high quality portfolio of assets and a management team with an exceptional skill set.
Stow focuses on the prime end of the markets to which it is exposed. These markets include Central London, Central Beirut and aviation related investment, through holdings at Heathrow and an investment in Farnborough Airport.
The UK Stow’s principal activities are commercial and residential property investment, development and management in London’s West End. Here it has a Mayfair based team and a high quality portfolio of assets. The commercial investment portfolio comprises prime Mayfair offices, ranging from Grade A new-build through to converted 18th and 19th century houses providing period style space, and West End shops ranging from Oxford Street units occupied by major international brands to small specialist Mayfair shops. Current development activities include new office development in Mayfair and prime residential development in Belgravia and Mayfair.