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Our Passion is Burning for Berners Street

March 6, 2018    |   Panny Antoniou

One of Fitzrovia’s most iconic streets, Berners Street and its surrounding area is well known for its fantastic food scene, as well as its long association with arts and culture.

Originally developed as a residential street in the mid-Eighteenth Century by the Berners Estate, this famous street is one of the most iconic places to live in London. Formerly home to many furniture makers and musical instrument manufacturers, this street retains its bohemian charm. The street also played a vital role in the Women’s Suffrage movement, with the Berners Club for Women, and the Society for Promoting the Employment of Women both being based on the street. In addition to these institutions, it was also once the founding location of the Central Committee of the National Society for Women’s Suffrage. The street was historically also home to a number of businesses and organisations, many of which are incredibly famous today, including beverage brand Schweppes, the International Maritime Organisation, and the International Coffee organisation.

In the modern day, the Berners Street area has a lot of different things which you can do for entertainment. From the stunning Berners Tavern located in the London Edition Hotel, to The Punch Room which specialises in punch served to clients in little cauldrons there is something in the area to suit everyone. With the area just a short stroll away from the media buzz of Soho Square, this is the ideal location for anyone looking to make a vibrant part of Central London their company home.

In addition, the Berners Street area also boasts fantastic public transport links, it is a short walk away from Goodge Street Station and Tottenham Court Road Station, with the latter station soon to be home to a new Crossrail station which will drastically reduce the time taken to get to Outer London. In addition, there are also multiple bus routes in the area and easy access to national and international railway stations including Euston Station and Kings Cross St Pancras.

Here at Robert Irving Burns, we are delighted to market various floors at 19-20 Berners Street; take a look at our third floor listing here. The space features new wood flooring, double aspect natural light. open plan accommodation, new LED lighting, Air Conditioning, Video Entry Phone, New Lift, Shared Use of a Roof Terrace. In addition, the reception area in this already stunning space is undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment and will feature a dedicated barista for all you coffee aficionados! To view this beautiful office and discover whether this is the home for your business, do not hesitate to contact one of our dedicated commercial lettings team. Further details of the other office floors we have available are accessible on our website.

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