1-9 Seymour Street


Formerly the site of Marylebone Police Station up until 2013, the new development at 1-9 Seymour Street involved the demolition of the old building to make way for a new seven storey mixed use building totalling 84,000 sq ft.

Nestled next to Portman Square in London’s west end and designed by Eric Parry Architects for The Portman Estate, the development incorporates 32,000 sq ft of grade A offices fronting Seymour Street and a collection of 24 meticulously-designed apartments on Bryanston Street.

Technically challenging with multiple façades, the building provides a stylish addition which integrates seamlessly with its surroundings. The residents of the building benefit from underground car parking, 24-hour security and an opportunity for a membership to a private garden square, whilst the office element provides the central London location with the village feel of Marylebone.

Shadbolt assisted the project, manufacturing and supplying bespoke FSC certified crown cut figured white sycamore veneered FD30, FD60 and FD90 fire doors with Canadian maple hardwood frame sets. All items were grain filled and stain finished to match architects’ control pattern. In addition, RAL 9010 ‘Pure White’ factory paint lacquer finished doors were supplied, including PAS 24 certified security doorsets.

Created by Alan Field | June 27, 2018 | Commercial, Residential / Hotel

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