We are delighted to announce that our Commercial Acquisitions Team have purchased a freehold property located at 27-28 Windmill Street, Fitzrovia, W1.
Windmill Street is located bounded between Charlotte Street to the west and Tottenham Court Road to the east. The street which was first laid out in 1723 by John Goodge with construction of the original street completing in 1762. It was named after a mill shown in the manorial map of St Pancras which stands near the current site of the street. The subject property is located on the northern side of Windmill Street, between the junctions of Whitfield Street and Tottenham Court Road. The property benefits from excellent transport connections with Tottenham Court Road Station 200m to the south providing access to the Northern Line and Central Line as well as access to the new Elizabeth Line (Crossrail). In addition, the subject property is also located near Goodge Street Station with access to the Northern Line.
This Windmill Street property comprises a self-contained and modern office building which is arranged over lower ground, ground, and four upper floors. The property has been extensively refurbished by the current tenant to a very high standard with an open plan reception and breakout area on the ground floor. The upper floors have been partitioned with a number of editing suites created to suit the tenant’s post production business. The property totals 6,700 square feet NIA and is let for a term of 10 years to the existing tenant with a lease commencing on 9th July 2012. Constructed in 2000, this Windmill Street property is one of the newest and most modern in an area which is dominated by Georgian architecture. This gives the property a distinctive façade, making it easily recognisable.
Speaking to our Head of Commercial Acquisitions Sam Arghebant who acted on the purchase of the property, he stated: “We were very pleased to have purchased this property on behalf of our private clients and look forward to acquiring more commercial properties for our diverse client base throughout Central London.”
Please contact our Head of Commercial Acquisitions to discuss acquiring Commercial Property in London:
Sam Arghebant firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7927 0621
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