Duke of York Square, in the heart of Chelsea, offers the best curated selection of fashion, food, beauty and culture.
On the King’s Road, claiming our own corner of Sloane Square, we are where the swinging history of street fashion meets the aspirational and luxurious.
In previous incarnations, the Square has been home to the Duke of York’s army barracks and prior to that was an orphanage, set up in 1802.
Owned by Cadogan, the Square is managed directly by a dedicated on-site team. Cadogan takes an active approach in enhancing the retail mix to attract shoppers, ensuring that it remains one of London’s premier retail locations.
At the heart of the Square are 33 diverse and exciting fashion and lifestyle retailers anchored by one of Europe’s largest Zara stores alongside other iconic brands such as Banana Republic, All Saints, Ted Baker and Joseph. Capturing the fashionable history of Kings Road the Square is also home to Mary Quant as well as leading international lifestyle retailers including Taschen, Yves Delorme and Space N.K.
Duke of York Square is also home to the Saatchi Gallery, arguably the world’s leading contemporary art Gallery housing both permanent and visiting international collections of sculpture and art.
Perceived as an oasis of calm set within a continental atmosphere the Square is also a leading destination of eating and drinking offering seven restaurants and cafes all with extensive outdoor space, including leading Italian restaurant Manicomio and the contemporary surroundings of the Gallery Mess cocktail bar.
The main Square itself offers a perfect haven to rest and relax away from the hustle and bustle of Kings Road and Sloane Square with extensive seating set amongst stunning water features making it a firm favourite for families and children.
Duke of York Square also has an open air fine food market every Saturday recognised as one of London’s finest farmers food markets offering a range of fresh produce together with an eclectic range of international eating experiences.