Prime Flagship Soho Restaurant or Retail opportunity To Let.
The Local Area
The Local Area Soho has long been the heart of London’s entertainment and dining scene being home to iconic venues such as Ronnie Scotts, Soho House, Quo Vadis, Dean Street Townhouse, Yauatcha and countless newer successes such as Polpo, Palomar, Bao, Kiln and Temper. The hugely successful eating hub of Kingly Court is a very short walk away.
Layout Description The space features a dedicated entrance from Great Marlborough Street. The first part with a 3m ceiling height links through the original Georgian frontage to a uniquely impressive main ground room. This used to be a former concert hall, makes up the majority of the space is styled in a Edwardian style and boasts a ceiling height of ca 4.2m with original detailing in the ceiling. There is an option to change the style according to preferences. The lower ground floor provides open plan character accommodation with a ceiling height of 2.8m. There are original exposed victorian columns and there is a possibility to expose the original Georgian red brick and leaving part of the wood floor structure of the ceiling exposed creating a unique atmosphere. The location of the stair connecting the two floors is not currently implemented between the two floors and the location is flexible. There is an allocation for ductwork for ventilation as well as kitchen extract marked on the plans.
Originally built in 1710 –11 this Georgian townhouse is being sympathetically refurbished and restored for mixed use. A self contained retail / restaurant unit is arranged over ground floor, with a dedicated entrance which enhances the symmetry and harmonises with the elegance of the exterior.
Completed the building will host approx. 5170 sq.ft of prime retail / restaurant combined with an upper part of ca 9000 sq.ft of office and residential space.
Great Marlborough Street is one of the principal streets in Soho. It is moments from Oxford Circus and provides a link from Regent Street in the west, via Carnaby Street, to Poland Street in the east where it becomes Noel Street which continues all the way to the eastern end of Soho at Soho Square. It is therefore a very important east west thoroughfare.
Regent Street, Carnaby Street and Oxford Street are the West End’s most important shopping streets and all are on the doorstep. The world famous Liberty department store is in the next block attracting people from all around the globe.
47 Great Marlborough Street is at the centre of it all, a truly prime West End location.
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