Whilst home to some of London’s most notable retailers, restaurants, galleries and private members’ clubs, the area is now attracting a broad variety of occupiers — without neglecting its rich heritage.
These include the likes of Cicchetti’s, Café Murano, Chutney Mary’s and Milos for fine dining, The White Cube Gallery and David Gill for contemporary art, Tiger of Sweden and Sunspel for contemporary fashion, and Assos and Arc’teryx for sport and leisure.
With these, and other high-end occupiers set to move in, St James’s is truly evolving.
From haute cuisine to business lunches, St James’s has something for all palates.
Stunning dining rooms fill old banking halls, whilst deals are discussed at wine bars with wood panelled walls.
The traditional tailors of Jermyn Street are now neighboured beside a new wave of lifestyle retail, catering to the discerning, design-led shoppers of London.
The merging of old and new is ever clear in the galleries of St James’s, where contemporary and classic art grace the walls, between the four walls of some of the world’s most renowned members’ clubs.
St James’s offers you the opportunity to take time for yourself in some of the most manicured green spaces in the city. Alternatively, take your workout inside in one of the luxury fitness centres nearby.