- Passenger lift
- Air cooling
- Views over Argyll Street and Liberty on Great Marlborough Street
- Demised WCs
- Perimeter trunking
Palladium House (formally Ideal House) was constructed in the late 1920’s for the National Radiator Company in the style of its parent company’s headquarters in Manhattan. The striking polished black granite elevations and enamel friezes render it one of the most distinctive, art deco buildings in the West End. The available 1st floor has been refurbished to provide bright contemporary office space.
The property is situated on the corner of Argyll Street and Great Marlborough Street approximately 150 yards south of Oxford Circus Underground Station. Located in the heart of the West End, occupants benefit from all the amenities that the area has to offer.
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