Paddington Square was conceived by award-winning Shard developer Sellar and designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop.

Sellar is developing the project on behalf of owners Great Western Developments Ltd., a joint venture between Hotel Properties Limited (“HPL”) and Anchorage View Pte. Ltd. (“AVPL”).

Paddington Square features 14 floors of light, flexible workspace, an occupier club and terrace, almost fifty retail, leisure and restaurant spaces and West London’s highest rooftop restaurant. The project is located at Paddington Station, the only transport hub with direct connections to all major London stations and Heathrow airport, and incorporates a new Bakerloo line ticket hall and entrance and a curated public art walk within a landscaped 1.35-acre public square.

Sellar is an independent, design-led developer and asset manager with a reputation for delivering innovative and high-quality mixed-use projects. Sellar champions design, wellbeing and sustainability, and challenges conventional approaches to place making to create better places for a better tomorrow.

Sellar works across a range of project sizes and in partnership with investment partners, architects, designers, and specialists from across the globe that share its philosophy. Established over twenty years ago, Sellar is renowned for conceiving and delivering the internationally recognised Shard Quarter development at London Bridge, which includes London’s tallest building, The Shard. Sellar has a 5 million sq. ft. development pipeline comprising; urban transformation projects at Paddington Square and Liverpool Street Station, London’s healthiest business eco-system at Canada Water Docks and innovative projects in Camden and Bermondsey.

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The Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) is an international architectural practice with offices in Genoa and Paris. The Workshop is led by 9 partners, including founder and Pritzker Prize–laureate Renzo Piano. The company employs nearly 130 people.

Since its formation in 1981, RPBW has successfully undertaken and completed over 140 projects around the world, including the Shard in London; the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York; the Stavros Niarchos Cultural Center in Athens. 

Exhibitions RPBW’s works have been held in many cities worldwide, including at the Royal Academy of Arts in London in 2018.

HPL is a niche property developer of premium residential and commercial properties in prime locations. HPL has successfully established a distinctive track record in delivering best in class luxury developments including The Met in Bangkok, the Cuscaden Residences in Singapore and Holland Park Villas in London. HPL also specialises in hotel ownership, management and operation and has interests in 36 hotels spanning 15 countries, operating under international brands including Four Seasons, Six Senses, Como, Marriot and Hilton.



Anchorage View Pte. Ltd is a privately held property investment and development company established in Singapore.