Guide to... Piccadilly Arcade
Piccadilly Arcade, like Princes Arcade, runs from Piccadilly to Jermyn Street. It is home to some of St James's oldest and most exclusive boutique shops. It was opened in 1909, having been designed by Thrale Jell, and is a Grade II listed building.
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Popular Nearby Streets & Areas: St James's (0.13km) Arlington Street (0.13km) Babmaes Street (0.13km) Bennet Street (0.13km) Burlington House (0.13km) Bury Street (0.13km) Carlton House Terrace (0.13km) Charles II Street (0.13km) Crown Passage (0.13km) Duke of York Street (0.13km) Duke Street St James's (0.13km) Arlington Street (0.1km) Babmaes Street (0.18km) Bennet Street (0.06km) Burlington House (0.1km) Bury Street (0.07km) Crown Passage (0.12km) Duke of York Street (0.12km) Duke Street St James's (0.06km) Jermyn Street (0.11km)
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