Designed by Assael Architecture for the site next to Hammersmith bridge, the scheme will provide 18 one-bedroom, 46 two-bedroom and nine-three bedroom apartments for sale, and eight affordable homes.
The existing redundant 1970s office block will be demolished, and the development will also provide commercial space for a restaurant with river views and a new section of the Thames pathway.
Danny Lynch, A2Dominion Development Director, said: “We’re pleased to have been granted permission for the redevelopment of Queens Wharf, which will enable this prominent riverside site to be brought back into use.
“The scheme, located close to the historic Hammersmith Bridge, has been carefully designed to deliver quality homes which will be built to meet Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.”
The development incorporates a curved design responding to its riverside location and will rise in height from four storeys on Crisp Road up to seven storeys where it faces the banks of the River Thames.