7-10 Hanover Square

Turning a new corner at Hanover Square

As demand for homes, offices and shops reach an all-time high in London’s West End, we brought together our specialist expertise to manage the complete development of a premium mixed-use building in Mayfair.

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7-10 Hanover Square Project summary


Morgan Capital Partners

Project value


Key partners

Make, WSP

Services provided

Construction management, Fit out, Project and programme management, Construction, Consultancy


Offices, Retail, Residential and student accommodation, Commercial, Hotels and residential


UK and Europe, UK - London and south-east England

Project timeline

Start date
November 2014

Project story

With a new tube station opening in Mayfair in 2018, this prime location in the heart of the West End is undergoing a makeover to meet the demand for high-quality mixed-use property.

To redevelop 7-10 Hanover Square we have brought together our wide ranging expertise. After we appointed the professional team, helped shape the designs and took them through planning, we oversaw the demolition of the existing 1970s office building and are replacing it with a high-quality commercial, residential and retail development.

Rather than emulating existing period styles, the revitalised eight-storey building will enhance its surroundings and bring new depth and diversity to the square, which is desperately in need of premium office space.

In addition to providing extra office space, the mixed-use building will include six luxury flats and units for either retail or restaurant use, expertly finished to the highest standards by Como, our fit out business.
7-10 Hanover Square is tipped to be one of the most sought-after locations for commercial and financial tenants and will enhance the area’s reputation as a desirable spot for investment

7-10 Hanover Square

Project stats

10,322 sq m of office, retail and residential space
6 luxury flats
3 basements underground

Points of note

The royal treatment

Hanover Square sits in a prestigious and historical area of London and our development aspires to provide an iconic piece of modern real estate that contributes, and is sensitive to, the local heritage.

Going green for Mayfair

The design of the building reduces carbon emissions 25% further than UK building regulations require. This reduction has been achieved through the installation of features such as photovoltaics and gas powered combined heat and power. In additional to the structural work and mechanical and engineering services on the project, an energy strategy has been prepared and directly contributed to the target BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating.

An architect's dream

Our mixed-use project will help Hanover Square to regain its status as a prestigious address by creating a modern, forward-looking development with the style and scale suitable for this historically rich location.

A turnkey solution with Como's early engagement

We are offering a one stop solution to the client's needs as Como were appointed to the project to do the Cat-B fit out of the project. By working in collaboration with our construction professionals they have been able to engage really early on the project and are already adding value even though construction is still in progress.

“We consider 7-10 Hanover Square to be amongst the very best buildings in London, situated in the heart of what will undoubtedly become the capital’s premium square once Crossrail opens. Mace has been instrumental in helping us to deliver on our vision.”