Cleveland Row and Russell Court
PDP London has completed the conversion of 7 Cleveland Row from office to residential use, creating five no. three-bedroom apartments and one no. four-bedroom apartment. The redevelopment of the buildings to Russell Court, retaining the existing elevation to Little St. James’s Street and converting the existing parking and bedsit accommodation to three no. three-bedroom family houses, a one-bedroom apartment and parking for the accommodation to both Cleveland Row and Russell Court has also been completed.
Cleveland Row and Russell Court sit near the heart of St. James’s, tucked away behind St. James’s Palace near Green Park. The St. James’s Conservation Area Audit describes the area next to Green Park as a “transitional zone” between the park and the core of the Conservation Area.
7 Cleveland Row is an unlisted, handsome Edwardian building that is identified as making a positive contribution to the Conservation Area. The adjacent Russell Court was a much-adapted Victorian mews that is marked as an intimate space in the Audit.
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