Grosvenor and Native Land have unveiled their latest prime residential development, 10 Montrose Place. The scheme is situated between Belgrave Square and Grosvenor Place on the Grosvenor Estate, one of central London’s most exclusive addresses. 10 Montrose Place comprises 18 new build lateral “Manhattan-style” apartments in 60,000 sq ft of built area, together with extensive amenities including underground parking.
The scheme incorporates world class architecture and interior design whilst remaining sensitive to the historic character of Belgravia, with its many listed buildings.
The focal point of the exterior of the development is “Slate Wall”, a piece of public art by world renowned land artist Andy Goldsworthy, which was commissioned by Grosvenor and Native Land for the scheme. It is the artist’s first permanent central London commission and one of his few permanent commissions in the UK.
Alasdair Nicholls, Chief Executive of Native Land, commented:
“Andy Goldsworthy is one of the world’s leading land artists. He undertakes only a small number of the commissions which are offered to him, which makes “Slate Wall” all the more significant. The piece is a superb addition to 10 Montrose Place.”