Marston Properties, and RIBA-award winning architecture practice Project Orange have won the prestigious title of Development of the Year Award at this year’s Sunday Times British Homes Awards BHA for Foundry Mews, Barnes London SW14.
This is your your chance to work in an award-winning scheme, Foundry Mews Development of the Year has 10 new self-contained creative studio offices. Located on the ground floor within a gated courtyard development, the studio offices are part of a mixed-use new mews scheme located in the heart of Barnes Village on the site of a former brass foundry. The seven duplex apartments on the first and second floors have all been let.
The self-contained offices (from 373 to 874 sq ft from £40 per sq ft) are open plan with glass shopfront-like windows, concrete floors, exposed brickwork and concrete ceilings, ready-to-go data connection, kitchen facilities and private WCs.
Marston Properties has established an affiliation with ZipCar, to which all tenants of the commercial units will have free membership for one year. Cycle racks are also installed for use by residential and office tenants. There is also a green roof and photo-voltaic energy that contributes to the water heating ensuring excellent A-C EPC ratings.
Marstons will continue to own and manage the building so that new tenants can be assured of consistent client service and accessibility to their team. In nearby Mortlake, Marston's other commercial developments Tideway Yard, the Depot Restaurant and The Old Power Station are fully let with mainly creative and tech businesses.
The Foundry is located minutes from Barnes and Barnes Bridge mainline stations and is on several bus routes.
For further information about the commercial offices (rents from £40 psf) contact Houston Lawrence tel 020 7924 4476