New Burlington Street (originally Little Burlington Street) is a street in central London that is on land that was once part of the Burlington Estate. The current architecture of the street bears little resemblance to the original design of the street when first built in the early eighteenth century. The street runs east-west from Savile Row to Regent Street.
10 New Burlington Street:
Number 10 is a new building, built by the Crown Estate and Examplar, and designed by the architects AHMM. There will be 40,000 square feet (3,700 sq m) of retail space on three floors, plus 95,000 square feet (8,800 sq m) of office space above. The retail space has been let in its entirety to the American clothing retailer J.Crew, and it will be their first retail store in Europe. It was completed in June 2014, totals 195,000 sq ft of offices and retail, and was 80% let as of June 2014. It is the UK's first speculatively-built new building to be lit exclusively by LEDs.