Little over a decade ago Marylebone was an overlooked prime London address. Buyers focussed on the more established markets to the south in Mayfair or St John’s Wood to the north.
Over the intervening period the area has become a case study in urban rejuvenation. Renewed long-term estate planning by both the Howard de Walden and the Portman Estates, which jointly control nearly 200 acres of Marylebone and surrounding areas, has focused on improving the retail and restaurant offer, the quality of office accommodation, and improvements to the wider public realm.
Source : Knight Frank