Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, W1

  • RENT
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  • Service Charge
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  • SIZE
    SQ FT

    4,096 - 11,455
Available Floor Sizes
Second Floor 7,359
Seventh Floor 4,096
TOTAL 11,455
Air Conditioning

The available space comprises second and seventh floor office accommodation.

A striking business centre comprised of both office spaces and shops, this office building stands out from the rest of the street with an imposing facade designed by John Burnet of Tail & Partners in 1960. SIgnage is provided for any tenant renting space, and there is air conditioning throughout the create a pleasant working environment all year round.

The building is just a short walk from Leicester Square underground station as well as London Charing Cross, offering links to Northern and Piccadilly Lines, as well as National Rail services out to surrounding areas of the city and further afield. This location in the centre of the City creates ample opportunities for breaks from work as well as networking opportunities before and after work hours. There are many major national and international businesses in surrounding areas and a wide range of upscale amenities.

The right office rental for you is out there, and you can find the office in Soho that’s perfect for your business through Stuart Neils and our wide list of available properties.

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