From West London’s highest rooftop restaurant, new retail street with alfresco dining, landscaped public piazza with curated artworks, to two levels of fashion, lifestyle and convenience shops, Paddington Square will be a new retail and cultural destination seamlessly integrated with Paddington Station, one of Capital’s most significant transport hubs, and one of London’s most affluent neighbourhoods.
Paddington Square will become renowned for its premium, two-level destination rooftop restaurant and terrace, providing unique and striking views across London.
Occupying the 17th and 18th floors of Paddington Square, entry to the rooftop restaurant is via The Street, where two high-speed fully glazed scenic lifts on the outside of the building sweep guests skywards to the restaurant entrance on level 17.
TWO LEVEL RETAIL MALL
Surrounding Paddington’s new Bakerloo Line entrance and ticket hall, and beneath Paddington Square’s 350,000 sq. ft. of offices, these high-footfall shops will address the current under provision of retail in Paddington.
From everyday essentials, fresh food stores, and a variety of grab-and-go food and drink offers, to fashion, beauty, gifts and lifestyle stores, this will be a new shopping destination for residents, workers, travelers, and visitors to the neighbourhood.
RESTAURANT STREET AND PAVILION
Bringing the bustle and energy to Paddington Square, The Street’s prominent, light filled restaurants will present a thoughtful mix of all-day-dining concepts, spilling out into the public realm.
Adjacent to a second entrance to Paddington’s new Bakerloo Line ticket hall, is the signature Renzo Piano Building Workshop-designed Pavilion. The elegant building spans three levels and includes a rooftop terrace overlooking the main public piazza.