Albemarle Street – Mayfair

Albemarle Street – Mayfair (StreetView)
Albemarle Street in the Mayfair district of central London dates from 1684 when it was built by a syndicate of developers on land which had be bought from Christopher Monck the second Duke of Albemarle. It runs northwest from its junction with Piccadilly close to The Ritz Hotel.

Amongst notable former residents was Robert Hartley the 1st Earl of Oxford and the 1st Viscount Churchill was born at number 32.

In more recent times the street is home to several art galleries, offices, other small commercial undertakings as well as The Royal Institution and Brown’s Hotel.
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