Grosvenor’s property development activities have their roots in the creation of Mayfair in the 1720s, when new districts began to be created beyond London’s traditional city limits in the then largely rural ‘West End’.

A hundred years later, the creation of Belgravia, a fashionable new quarter of houses, garden squares, streets and crescents in the Regency style, and Pimlico, a new district of terraces built on reclaimed land, established Grosvenor’s reputation for outstanding quality.

In the early 1950s, Grosvenor embarked on its first international development on Vancouver’s Annacis Island – completing over 500 development projects in 113 cities around the world since.

Through an enduring focus on high standards and an emphasis on ambition and innovation, our £4bn development pipeline spans predominately residential, office, retail and mixed-use schemes that range in size from a single asset to the master-planning of new communities with over 1,000 new homes.

Please see some examples of our development activities below.

11 Passmore Street

119 Ebury Street

15 West

1645 Pacific Avenue

20 Grosvenor Street

288 Pacific

3-10 Grosvenor Crescent


Barton Park Oxford





Cundy Street Quarter

DAYU (大鱼)


Duke's Place

Eccleston Yards

Gagosian Gallery

García de Paredes 4

Grosvenor Ambleside

Jorge Juan 53

La Esquina de General Arrando

Liverpool ONE

Modesto Lafuente 26

Namikikan Ginza

Peninsula London

South Molton Triangle

St Mark's

The Beaumont

The Pacific


Trumpington Meadows

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