- Newly refurbished
- Raised floors
- LED lighting
- Central heating
- Generous ceiling heights
- Video entry system
30 Maiden Lane is a period building with original sash windows on each floor. The building has been comprehensively refurbished to provide contemporary small suites, or the potential to acquire a self-contained building (1st – 3rd floors), for a growing business.
The refurbishment features new LED lighting, new wooden floors, and new WCs throughout.
Maiden Lane is in the heart of Covent Garden, and benefits from a quiet position. 30 Maiden Lane is situated on the North side of the street, close to the historic Rules restaurant. The property is well connected by public transport, with Covent Garden (Piccadilly line), Embankment (District, Circle and Northern lines) and Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines) Underground stations and Charing Cross and Waterloo mainline stations located nearby.
|Lease||A new lease is available directly from the landlord.|
|Rent||Floors from £40,000 per annum exclusive|
|Rates||Estimated at £20.00 psf pa (2019/20)|
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