A transformation is taking place in Bayswater/ Queensway bringing it in line and making it arguably more fashionable than its other more coveted Hyde Park neighbours.
Parisian-style street pavilions, widened pavements, significant green landscaping, public realm improvements, a new retail promenades, a series of landmark heritage hotel developments and a new public entrance to Hyde Park are part of the major overhaul.
Located between Hyde Park and Notting Hill, this major upgrade will deliver the future of London’s high streets and be iconised by landmark property developments including The Whiteley, the grand reimagining of London’s first department store, and Park Modern, a premium development with residences overlooking Hyde Park.
A new attraction for the area will be a series of Parisian-style pavilions, which aims to transform side streets from crammed parking spots to new retail and dining experiences.
The regeneration plans mark the biggest investment Queensway has ever seen. According to Knight Frank, Queensway will be repositioned as a “prime address” in line with the local neighbourhoods adjoining Hyde Park.