Onetrack x Orchard Place Running Club

Set your smart watches and get your heart pumping in our collaboration with Onetrack. This weekly outdoor run club starts each week at Orchard Place, before heading through St James’ Park. Book your spot online and join each Tuesday from 5.45-6.45pm.

Public Art Installation – Nick Hornby
Nick Horby’s latest art installation, Power over others is weakness disguised as strength, stands proudly at The Broadway. The towering 5-metre-tall sculpture, made from 165 pieces of Corten steel, melds together a man on horseback and an ambiguous curling line.

Nostos Coffee recent opening
Coffee connoisseurs will be delighted to try the beans at Nostos Coffee. With unique and rare blends of offer, and cosy seating areas designed to curl up with a good book or conversation, Nostos is sure to become a popular meeting spot for residents and visitors alike.

Psycle x Orchard Place
Our partners at Psycle have created a package of exclusive offers for Orchard Place members, extending across all their studios. Their five complementary concepts include Ride, Barre, Reformer, HIIT and Yoga, all designed to enhance both physical and mental wellbeing.

London Fashion Week
The Broadway hosted shows from celebrated fashion designers Mark Fast and FROLOV during London Fashion Week.

The stunning spaces, design credentials and central location of The Broadway continue to make it a popular location for shoots and shows by fashion designers and high-end brands.

The three-bedroom Oliver Burns Studio residence, which offers a home of sanctuary and cocooning comfort, recently hosted a Valentine’s Day shoot for jewellery brand Tasaki. The brand, which offers modern, refined pearl and diamond jewellery, found The Broadway to be the perfect space for their latest influencer campaign.

The Broadway’s commercial space has also proved appealing to top designers, serving as a destination for London Fashion Week AW24. Mark Fast, the world-renowned luxury knitwear designer, and FROLOV, the couture-to-wear brand combining flawlessness and comfort, both held memorable shows at West Commercial Floor 1 in recent days. This is the second time The Broadway has hosted some of the fashion industry’s finest, after multiple successful shows last September.

From the desert enchantment of Mark Fast’s ‘Dawn to Dusk’ show in the autumn to his extra-terrestrial ‘Galaxy Beyond’ AW24 presentation last week, and from the urban jungle and hiking trails in 8on8’s ‘Peak Time Forest’ to Kyiv-based designer Ian Frolov’s second London Fashion Week appearance on Monday, we have celebrated the incredible diversity of fashion.

Our commercial floors have thus become a canvas for artistic expression, all against the stunning backdrop of Westminster. We are delighted to collaborate with brands once again as London Fashion Week marks its 40th year, and we look forward to opening The Broadway’s doors to more creativity and style in 2024.

In the workplace, there is a clear movement towards biophilic design – allowing people to get closer to nature without leaving work. The offices at Orchard Place allow organisations to seamlessly incorporate natural elements like plants and small trees to promote relaxation and reduce stress. The social spaces and activities available in the building are another draw, with dedicated areas for relaxation, socialising and physical activity being created to foster connections, combat isolation and spark creativity.

We are delighted to see that businesses are creating spectacular workspaces at Orchard Place. Modus Workspace partnered with, a high-growth fintech firm, to create a future-facing and technologically advanced workspace. The striking 21,000-square-foot fit out features curved glass, breakout areas to enhance collaboration and an immersive metaverse room.

Landmark, a flexible office space provider, offers monthly co-working passes to those who want to utilise their bright and airy communal areas, without renting an office full term. Landmark is becoming well-known for its themed socials – be it summer, Halloween or Christmas – which offer teams a chance to network and get to know their office mates. Landmark also offers cereals and snack bars in the morning, and a selection of fruit throughout the day.

The vibrant ground level community at Orchard Place provides workers carefully curated food and retail options, from a coffee break to a long lunch. Ideally located next to St. James’s tube station and close to bustling Victoria, it’s no surprise organisations are turning to Orchard Place for office space.

To enquire about office space availability, please click HERE.

The popular installation at Shake Gallery from renowned artist Adam Ball has recently drawn to a close. We asked Adam to reflect on his time in residence at Orchard Place and share what he’s looking forward to in 2024.

Q: How have you enjoyed your time in residence at Orchard Place? Have there been any highlights?

A: When I first saw the space last summer, while it was still a shell, I thought it would make a great gallery, as it had so much daylight and was a prime location. We teamed up with Shake Gallery and Northacre, who have been brilliant, and we’ve since had hundreds of visitors. It’s been great to engage with so many people who live or work in the area and seem happy to have a gallery here.

Q: What does 2024 hold for Adam Ball – where might we see you next and can you give us an insight into what you’re currently working on?

A: Shake Gallery and I are planning other events and exhibitions, and I’m working on a new body of work, finishing some commissions. Later this year I’ll be exhibiting in Lisbon and the US. Later this month, I’m talking at the Natural History Museum, where some of my artworks will be auctioned for charity.

Nostos Coffee sources the best coffee from around the world, with a focus on sustainable and ethical producers. Their philosophy that every cup of coffee should be an experience is a welcome addition at Orchard Place.

We sat down with Edison, Founder of Nostos, to find out more about their coffee, community spirit and what makes Nostos coffee unique.

Q: What sets your coffee experience apart?

A: What makes us different is the approach to transparency, quality and care of the product. We aren’t just brewing coffee; we are delivering an experience on your daily cup of coffee with full transparency.

Q: What makes your customers keep coming back?

A: We care who our customers are. We create memorable stories. We passionately introduce them to the world of coffee. We strive for seasonality and sustainability in the approach of our recipes, from coffee drinks to soft drinks and food offerings. We offer a product we believe in and would proudly consume ourselves everyday.

Q: What’s brewing at Nostos in terms of new products?

A: We are planning to have an area in the Orchard Place shop for food preparation and we are trying to collaborate with renowned cooks for events such as supper clubs. We also hope to bring over a few of the international farmers we work with for a workshop and to showcase the coffee journey.

Londoners’ wellbeing is on the rise, and in 2024, we expect prioritising oneself to become even more important for individuals and organisations across the city.

At Northacre, we are committed to elevating and promoting wellbeing. We believe The Broadway offers residents a chance to lead a holistic lifestyle and establish home routines that nourish the mind, body and soul.

We know that establishing boundaries between work and home can be a challenge. The Broadway’s elegant, well-equipped meeting rooms help create a clear divide from our residents’ home lives, with the added advantage of having everything under one roof.

Residents of The Broadway also have at their fingertips facilities aplenty to unwind at the end of the day. Nipping downstairs for a few laps in the 25-metre pool or time in the sauna and steam room does wonders for achieving mental clarity, while the gym and personal training studio allows residents to shake off the day’s challenges.

For switching off with friends or family, the state-of-the-art games room offers table tennis and table football, while in the screening room, residents can sink into a story in the most comfortable of surroundings.

To support those who enjoy the social side of exercise further, Orchard Place continues its partnership with OneTrack, who host an outdoor Run Club each week through St James’ Park.

Please click HERE to arrange your private viewing.

Dear All,

On behalf of everyone at Northacre, I’d like to begin by wishing a belated Happy New Year and Happy Lunar New Year to all our clients, residents and readers. Welcome to our Northacre February Journal.

Early in 2024, The Broadway’s timeless style continues to win admirers. We are delighted to report we have seen a notable uptick in activity on the residential side of the project in the past few weeks. We are also seeing good demand for the remaining commercial office space.

Orchard Place looks set to remain one of the places to be in London this year. There has been a real buzz about the community hub of late, with numerous events and activities taking place.
In January, Nostos Coffee opened their doors, offering specialty coffee served by friendly and knowledgeable baristas. Read on to find out what sets Nostos apart from the caffeinated crowd.
In recent weeks, we have hosted the final pop-up yoga flow class as part of our partnership with Psycle in Eccleston Yards. The classes have proved a great success, attracting everyone from beginners to experienced practitioners.

More recently, we were once again involved in one of the biggest events in fashion, welcoming London Fashion Week shows to Orchard Place.

I invite you to read on to discover the latest news, developments and stylish successes from Northacre. We wish you a fulfilling and prosperous 2024.

Amy Wardell

Head of Brand

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Anke Summerhill, Managing and Creative Director of Minotti London, recently shared her approach to design, centred on craftsmanship and elegance.

“I think craftsmanship defines the quality of the design. It shows the skill, the time, the passion of the craftsman, which then makes it a beautiful piece or design project. If something is elegant and stylish, that doesn’t go out of fashion. So, it gives longevity because you never get bored with it,” she says.

When applying this philosophy to the 4,672-square-foot penthouse at The Broadway, the first in London designed by Minotti, she had the challenge of creating intimacy within a big space.

“I think every home should have natural light. So because there was a lot of light, we mixed light pieces with darker pieces. I think a combination of textures is always really important to make it more interesting. So we used wood, marble and suede on some of the sofas,” says Anke.

The one-off penthouse at The Broadway is ready to move in. It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and also comes with a one-bedroom apartment for staff. The apartment, offering the amenities of a five-star hotel and picture-perfect views, is priced at £25M with furnishing and parking prices on request.


Northacre’s Jan Trbizan and Murray Levinson, Partner at design and architecture firm Squire & Partners, joined a recent panel to discuss our collaboration at The Broadway.

Murray’s team drew inspiration from the site’s previous life as the Metropolitan Police Headquarters as well as the nearby Grade-I listed 55 Broadway, designed in 1929 by Charles Holden.

The result is a combination of Art Deco style, including leaning into the geometric shapes and clean lines of the site, and contemporary minimalism.

“We like to create some level of uniqueness to each property so people could say ‘I live in that building’. Every project is a bespoke idea, but it has to be timeless because a building is here for a long time. We also need to consider how the build is going to weather, the selection of materials, and not being super fashionable to give that level of timelessness,” says Murray.

As well as timeless design, The Broadway boasts a prime Central London location, within walking distance of three Royal Parks as well as Mayfair and St James’s.