Prime Commercial Development

RED Construction London has been appointed on CIFI and Arbrook Land’s £9m Prime Commercial Development, situated close to St James’s Park

Prime Commercial Development will be built with a key focus on sustainability, and a target for BREEAM ‘Excellent’. The first phase of the refurbishment commenced this month and is set to complete in Summer 2023.

Designed by architects Darling Associates, CIFI and Arbrook Land’s seven-storey 19 Dacre Street project features a contemporary brick façade, with key construction elements including a two-storey roof extension and infill addition at the rear ground to fifth-floor levels, to provide 20,000 sq ft of office accommodation.

The basement and ground floor levels will also be refurbished to provide 4,250 sq ft of restaurant and retail space. Six of the seven office floors will have their own terraces and the project will include a complete façade refurbishment to all elevations.

Prime Commercial Development is RED Construction’s first project for CIFI and Arbrook Land

David Owen, operations director at RED Construction London, commented: “As our first project for CIFI and Arbrook Land, Dacre Street is a prime example of what RED Construction London do best.

“The features of this vital London scheme call on many of the RED Construction London team’s technical specialities, and our expertise in the field will allow the sustainability-focused building to come to life in this well-positioned location within the capital.”

‘One of the best-in-class offices in the prestigious Victoria submarket’

Eric Ng, director of overseas investment and financing at CIFI, said: “We look forward to a successful completion of this exciting project, which offers one of the best-in-class offices in the prestigious Victoria submarket, with strong sustainability credentials”.

This project appointment follows the news that RED Construction Group has hired James Bardwell MICE as Business Development Director, overseeing business opportunities across RED Construction London.


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