Hitting all the Right Notes
In the fifties the building was the seminal club Studio 51. It's here where Ken Colyer introduced London's jazz lovers to the New Orleans sound, Eric Clapton played his first gig and where the Beatles gifted the Rolling Stones with their first big hit, I Wanna Be Your Man.
It’s time to move back in
The Colyer is your gateway to living the London life.
Mix it up in Soho and Covent Garden, home to many of the Metropolis’s best cocktail bars, boutiques, galleries and restaurants, only minutes from the majority of London’s top theatres and the Royal Opera House. If the arts are espresso for the soul, why not charge up with a shot of cultural caffeine and make the most of the panoply of arts venues nearby?
A Glutton for Gastronomy
With nine of London’s Michelin-starred restaurants within walking distance and countless other top notch eateries close to hand for more casual dining, your culinary horizons are set to broaden considerably.
The renowned J Sheekey has been dispensing the ocean’s bounty for over a century, while the Ivy needs no introduction. Such stellar stalwarts have been joined more recently by New York brasserie sensation Balthazar and the simpler pleasures of Venetian tapas-cum-wine bar Polpo.
From Covent Garden to Bond Street, this stretch of London is a veritable shopping Valhalla.
When you need a fashion fix, try Paul Smith, Burberry or Chanel for size, comb the boutiques around Seven Dials, pop into the Apple Store to refresh your devices or check out Galeria Melissa, a mecca for contemporary shoes.
The Colyer presents 14 apartments.
Each one uniquely designed, in a heritage building fully adapted for modern urban living, with a twist of tradition.
The apartments’ free flowing living spaces are packed with little surprises, such as integrated appliances and cleverly concealed storage. Interiors offer the height of sleek contemporary design, finished in natural materials, with solid, sculpted, soft lines lending additional warmth.