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Holland Green consists of three new apartment buildings on the site of the former Commonwealth Institute, to the south of Holland Park. They are expected to be ready in Q1 2016.
The buildings are grouped around the former Commonwealth Institute exhibition hall, a groundbreaking piece of 1960s architecture, which is the proposed new home of the Design Museum. The new buildings, designed by Rem Koolhaas's OMA, are arranged parallel to the exhibition hall, creating strong cubic shapes in a park setting. They range from seven to nine storeys high, and contain up to 56 highly specified apartments, together with a secure basement car park, a spa and entertainment rooms.
The buildings sit in a contrasting green landscape, set back from Kensington High Street and linked directly to Holland Park.
Bedrooms: 1 & 5 bedrooms
Travel links: Kensington High Street Tube nearby
Developer: Chelsfield/ Illchester Estate
Architect: OMA Architects
Development: 56 total units
Development address: Hollandgreen Place, London W8 6AX
Local Authority: Kensington & Chelsea
Tenure: Leasehold - 999 years remaining
Completion: Q1 2016
Estimated Ground Rent: £1,500 / £2,500 / £3,500 per annum
Amenities - Golf Simulator | Disabled WC & Changing | Studio | M/ Changing Room | F/ Changing Room | Play Room | Cinema | Multi Purpose Room | Gym | Steam | Pool + Spa | Shower | Sauna | Hot Spa | Treatment | 20m heated swimming pool