- 1674 (HI Renovation 2000) Year built
- 7 story building
- 69,000 Rentable sq ft
The property is situated in the heart of the West End, on St James’s Square and King Street. The Entrance for Rolex UK is at 19 St James’s Square, the main reception is at 33 King Street.
The building is constructed over a basement, ground and six upper floors. Floor plates range from 770 – 970 sq m / 8,280 – 10,450 sq ft, and there is car and cycle parking. Cleveland House features a striking multi-storey water feature designed by noted British sculptor William Pye, stone carving by artist Robin Connelly, and pieces from the internationally acclaimed Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection in reception.
Transport is convenient. Green Park and Piccadilly Underground Stations are both within 5 minutes walk. Charing Cross and Victoria Mainline Stations are in close proximity.
Some of the world’s most distinguished businesses are located in the area. There is a range of top restaurants and renowned hotels. Exclusive shopping can be found in Jermyn Street and Bond Street. St James’s Park and Green Park are close by, as are the London residences of the Royal Family.