THE HOWARD DE WALDEN Estate
The Howard de Walden Estate is the freehold owner of most of the buildings in 92 acres of Marylebone, Central London where it manages and leases properties across the office, medical, residential, retail and educational sectors. The Estate is owned by the Howard de Walden family whose deep historic connections to Marylebone date back to around 1710, with its head office based on Queen Anne Street, the business is firmly rooted in the local community and is fully committed to a long term investment strategy, with an equal focus on all sectors. The Estate’s approach is all about finding an equilibrium between conservation and adaptation while being extremely mindful of Marylebone’s rich heritage.
Harley Street Medical Area
The Harley Street Medical Area is under careful stewardship of The Howard de Walden Estate and is a world class centre of medical excellence located in the heart of Central London. It is home to over 5,000 practitioners, small clinics and full scale hospitals, covering over 200 medical specialisms. It boasts the largest concentration of medical excellence anywhere in the world and offers cutting edge medicine within state of the art facilities. The Estate works closely with clinics to develop medical properties to accommodate particular specialist requirements and promote the area on an international platform. It already has an established base of highly regarded medical practitioners’ and clinics, however, the Estate continues to proactively identify areas of improvement and provides significant investment to create brand new or substantially redeveloped medical buildings in partnership with the tenants. The Estate is uniquely positioned to support and influence the success of the area and is investing in promoting the Harley Street Medical Area by regularly attending international medical conferences such as the Arab Health conference in Dubai as well as developing the new publication; Prognosis and building new digital media platforms; www.harleystreetmedicalarea.com