Grosvenor Waterside Commercial Units
London, SW1W 8DE
- Strong residential footfall
- Located opposite Chelsea Barracks scheme
- Nearby retailers include Purple Dragon's famous flagship children's club
- Generous floor to ceiling height
Grosvenor Waterside, set in the heart of busy West London, comprises eight dramatic and individual buildings positioned around a refurbished and restored inner and outer dock basin, with the lock and the swing bridge forming a prominent feature and focal point. Within the development, St James has provided 917 residential units together with high quality commercial and leisure facilities.
Restaurant Property and Knight Frank have been appointed as commercial agents for Grosvenor Waterside.
Restaurant / Café Space
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