A fashionable residential district of southwest London, England, centered on Belgrave Square.
- An area of central London, noted for being one of the wealthiest districts in the world.
After Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster, whose title was Viscount Belgrave when the area was developed in the 1820s. The village of Belgrave, Cheshire is close to the Grosvenor family's main country seat.
- " Mayfair," north of Piccadilly, and " Belgravia," south of Knightsbridge, are common though unofficial names for the richest residential districts.
- St James's Magazine (1861), Belgravia (1866), St Paul's (1867-1874), London Society (1862), and Tinsley's (1867) were devoted chiefly to novels and light reading.
- The most fashionable are to the east and north - Jeppestown, Belgravia, Doornfontein, the Berea, Hillbrow, Parktown, Yeoville and Bellevue.