- Presently benefits from full restaurant fit out yet preference for nonfood use i.e. offices or retail store
- Rear Access/Loading/Car Parking/Bike spaces/Showers
- High exposed ceilings
- Excellent AC system with fresh air recirculation
- Concrete floors
- 74 foot frontage
- Will consider alternative use to that existing (restaurant) particularly office,gym or retail use (Class E)
A stunning premises complete with concrete floors, exposed brickwork, stripped exposed ceilings, a very sophisticated AC system (with full fresh air provision) plus great frontage/branding. With a 74 ft frontage onto St Annes Court, plus being on a busy pedestrianized section between two of the busiest streets in Soho, namely Wardour Street and Dean Street, this self-contained ground floor offers unique space. Formerly trading as Zelman Meats it is now vacant. However, there is an extensive fit out in situ, with full working kitchen and bar, cold rooms and WC’s. The fit out can be removed and the result would be an urban, open plan warehouse style office or retail concept/store.
St Annes court is a pedestrian thoroughfare between Wardour Street and Dean Street. Opposite this premises (formerly Zelman Meats) is the London showroom HQ for Soho is a characterful hub for media and creative companies. This is reflected in Soho’s vibrant nature. Made popular by the eclectic mix of bars, restaurants and theatres as well as distinctive establishments, such as The Soho Townhouse, the Groucho Club, Barrafina, Quo Vadis etc. Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central Lines), Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) and Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines) underground stations are each within walking distance too.
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