New Cavendish Street
Among the notable buildings in the street are:
- 61 New Cavendish Street, the former home of Alfred Waterhouse, designer of the Natural History Museum.
- The Cavendish Campus of the University of Westminster.
- The Ship, a grade II listed public house.
Map clipping of Marylebone from around 1770 showing New Cavendish Street
Extract from Charles Booth's 1889 survey of the lives and occupations of area residents
Media related to New Cavendish Street at Wikimedia Commons
- The Marylebone Association
- The Howard de Walden Estate
- Westminster City Council Harley Street Conservation Area Audit 2008
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