CIT is proud to announce the completion of Regent’s Crescent in Marylebone, a prime residential development comprising 67 regency apartments with far-reaching views across the nearby Regent’s Park alongside nine garden villas set amongst private landscaped gardens.
Alongside architects PDP London, CIT has worked tirelessly to rebuild the iconic crescent, originally commissioned by the Prince Regent in 1820 but badly damaged during the second world war and hastily rebuilt with a replica frontage in the 1960s.
Today, behind the jointless 120m curved façade, Regent’s Crescent offers residences of generous scale with many design features typical of the original Regency period with a contemporary finish. PDP London, along with interior architects and designers Millier, have kept the grandeur of the building alive through retention of its almost four metre high ceilings at ground and first floor, a very rare find in new build London developments. Millier’s interior scheme responds to the heritage character of the architecture, to deliver grand central London residences with elegant interpretations of traditional detailing.
At Regent’s Crescent, residents have exclusive access to a range of best-in-class lifestyle and wellness amenities with a 9,000sqft basement including a spa, 20m swimming pool, spa-pool, sauna and steam room, private cinema, valet-operated underground parking, business centre and 24-hour concierge and security. Owners have been occupying the apartments for the past year.