St James’s is a district in Westminster City, contributing to the West End. Since World War II, this area became commercial before the War it was a residential area. Its development and urbanization happened in the 1660s and first developed as a predominantly aristocratic residential area. It is bounded to the south by The Mall and St James’s Park, to the north, to the east by Haymarket to the west by Green Park.
The notable streets include St James’s Square, Jermyn Street, Pall Mall, Crown Passage, Haymarket, Carlton House Terrace, St James’s Street. You will find many arts and antique dealer in these areas.
Transport services include Buses and local taxi services. while the area is economically strong so one can see private transport more and often
The places of attraction in St James’s are remarkable. You will find the park, Art Galleries, Clubs and posh eateries are beauty about the city. Scotland Yard HO is another main attraction of the town.
Apart from that St James’s is the place of billionaires such as wine merchants Berry Brothers and Rudd, Davidoff London, a famous cigar retailer.
There are the most beautiful art galleries like White Cube, Helly Nehmad Gallery, Paisnel Gallery, Bernard Jacobson Gallery. You will find some of the top Gentle Man clubs in St James’s, like the Carlton Club.