Brook Street, Central London
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Brook Street is located in the Mayfair district of the City of Westminster in central London. The street was developed in the early 18th century and has been home to famous aristocrats, musicians, and upper class gentry over the years. The large expansive buildings on the street, constructed with beautiful terraces and grand facades, are a sight to behold. The homes on the street have undergone multiple refurbishments since they were originally built, and now reflect a unique combination of design and architecture from diverse periods. Having been predominantly residential for several years, Brook Street is now emerging as a sought-after commercial destination too. The opening of the United States Embassy on the street paved the way for other institutions to follow suit.
Brook Street houses several retail spaces that specialise in women’s fashion. From young, hip designs to smart, sophisticated patterns Ė you can find different styles to suit different tastes. Aside from retail spaces, Brook Street is also home to many companies that are in the business of steel manufacturing, aluminium fabrication, supply of tools, and postal services. The area is also home to several executive suites and offices of legal consultants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Brook Street offers an eclectic mix of entertainment options in terms of great pubs, interesting clubs and exciting casinos as well as several health and beauty spas where you can pamper yourself. You will also find plenty of dining options that will suit even the most discerning of palates, Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant being one of them.
The closest underground station to Brook Street is Bond Street, a stone’s throw away to the north-east. Oxford Circus tube station is also within easy walking distance. As far as connectivity to the mainline railway network goes, the area is serviced at Marylebone, Charing Cross and Piccadilly Circus, the later providing direct access to Heathrow Airport.