TRC Windows were awarded the contract by Oakdean
Construction, for the supply, design and
installation of fully glazed and factory finished Timber Sash Easy
Clean windows for this £100m plus prestigious renovation and convertion into super-luxury apartments, due to their many years of experience and expertise in supplying Heritage replacement windows for large scale historic and Grade II listed buildings restoration projects.
Situated in one
of London’s most exclusive areas, close to several Grade II listed buildings and overlooking St James’s Park, with views over Westminster and Whitehall. The
newly formed apartments at 29-35 Old Queen Street are the newest
residential address close to the Prime Minister and Chancellor’s
official homes in Downing Street.
The building fronts onto Old Queen Street and Lewisham Street with windows overlooking both facades, characterised by living spaces with generous ceiling heights of up to 3 to 4 metres, giving an extremely bright and airy ambience.
The larger apartments have spacious drawing rooms, formal dining areas, kitchen/breakfast areas and study/libraries. Some of the drawing rooms incorporate deep bay windows creating distinctive living spaces rich in character.
comprise of the conversion the 27,190 square foot office building
into 16 luxury three-bedroom apartments, one
five-bedroom apartment and one one-bedroom penthouse. The newly
refurbished building offers stunning views over the Birdcage Walk
area and enjoys close proximity to some of London’s famous
landmarks, such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
The building has
been carefully extended at roof level to provide additional
accommodation and benefits from a feature marble entrance foyer
together with a concierge. The basement has been completely
remodelled comprising of a gym, sauna, steam room, a children’s
play area and an indulgent treatment room.
utilises Air source heat pumps to meet BREEAM ‘Excellent’
standards for residential refurbished buildings. The project also
included minor remedial works to the rear of the building towards Old
Queen Street, in keeping with the surrounding buildings in the