- Fully fitted with a large open plan area and a mixture of meeting rooms
- 2 x passenger lifts
- Manned reception
- Roof terrace
- Floor plenum air cooling and heating system
- Raised flooring
- Demised WCs
- Excellent natural light with floor to ceiling windows
- Bike storage and shared shower
- EPC rating B
11 Soho Street was designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris which completed in 2015. The mixed use building provides approx. 13,000 sq ft of Grade A office space behind an impressive undulating glass façade. The 3rd floor office is available fully fitted with partitioned meeting rooms, kitchen and breakout areas as well as a large demised terrace.
11 Soho Street holds a prominent corner position on the junction with Oxford Street. This area is undergoing significant redevelopment with Crossrail, 1 Dean Street and 1 Newman Street works all well underway.
Tottenham Court Road underground station (northern and central lines) is in close proximity. The property is also in between the east and west entrances of the newly developed Crossrail station.
|Lease||An assignment of the existing lease until August 2025 with a rent review in August 2020.|
|Passing Rent||£75.00 psf pax (£569,250 pax)|
|Rates||Estimated at £36.17 psf pa (2020/21)|
|Service Charge||Approximately £11.25 psf pax|
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