Block will include 25 apartments

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How the scheme will look from the outside

Images have been unveiled of Stiff & Trevillion’s apartment scheme in Marylebone in London’s West End.

The scheme, known as Twenty Five, features 23 apartments and two penthouses with interiors designed by MSMR.

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A living room in one of the apartments

In late 2019, 10 of the homes, which start at £1.45m, were sold as part of a first phase release.

Developer Native Land, which is leading the scheme, is also behind Roger Stirk Harbour & Partners’ controversial proposals to rejig South Kensington tube station. 

Native Land are leading the project for the Portman Estate, which owns 110 acres of Marylebone and is planning to invest £250m into the district and surrounding areas over the next ten years. 

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The block’s lobby