Location Reference: 3895

Brutalist car park building with a great roof top (Marylebone, London)

Brutalist era 9 storey car park with large roof top offering stunning views over Central London. A Diamond-patterned facade made up from prefabricated concrete. Large rough basement area two storeys deep.

  • Level 3 - 9

  • Basement

  • Roof

  • Exterior

  • First floor

  • Level 3 - 9

  • Basement

  • First floor

  • Level 3 - 9

  • Basement

  • Basement

  • Basement

  • Basement

  • Basement

  • Basement

  • First floor

  • First floor

  • First floor

  • Level 3 - 9

  • Level 3 - 9

  • Level 3 - 9

  • Level 3 - 9

  • Electricity: No specific information available
  • Restrictions: A relatively low entrance point for vehicles, not large enough for a luton van. No toilets at the moment.
  • Parking: Car park on site
  • Local Council: City of Westminster

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