Regent’s Place

London, NW1
British Land
Ongoing
c. 1.3 m sq ft
Confidential
Mixed use masterplan comprising office, retail, residential, community, arts, leisure and public realm

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Over the last 15 years, Regent’s Place has transformed from an isolated commercial estate into a part of the city linking the local communities.

M3 began its involvement at Regent’s Place with managing the completion of two commercial buildings on the Euston Centre site and was invited to be the client’s development manager for the creation of Regent’s Place. This led to an extensive feasibility reviewing the constraints and opportunities, and commissioning a phased masterplan that enhanced connectivity with communities on all sides and introduce residential uses through two major projects: Osnaburgh Street and North East Quadrant. M3 then acted as development manager to implement the masterplan, from site assembly through the construction of over 1.3m sq ft of additional commercial and residential development with public uses throughout.

M3 continues to support the client through the evolution of the campus, assisting in tenant liaison and reviewing and implementing refurbishment and urban realm renewal opportunities.


Related pojects
North East Quadrant, Regent's Place Osnaburgh Street,
338 Euston Road, 350 Euston Road, 2 Triton Square, 1 Triton Square and St Anne's

Project highlights


  • Commissioned masterplan in 2002
  • Managed property issues and enabling works including site assembly and reconfiguring operational basement
  • Devised and led phased delivery of two, multi-building developments while minimising interruption to existing tenants
  • Coordinated with multiple stakeholders, including existing occupiers, incoming tenants and affordable housing providers
  • Emphasising public realm and connectivity, including enhancement of Euston Circus and new crossing at Euston Road
  • Working closely with local artists to integrate public art into a high quality design solution
  • Reviewing and implementing value adding refurbishment for existing buildings and public spaces