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A unique opportunity to acquire a “plug & play” or newly refurbished office space located opposite Farringdon Crossrail Station
Property DetailsDeveloperColumbia Threadneedle InvestmentsTenureLeaseholdLease TemNew full repairing & insuring lease for a term by arrangement direct from the FreeholderVATThe property is elected for VATPossessionAvailable NowLocal AuthorityThe London Borough of Islington
Planning Usage: B1 Business / OfficeThe property sits on the intersection between Farringdon Road, Greville Street and Cowcross Street with Farringdon Station just a stone’s throw away. The location will benefit from Crossrail from 2020 making it one of the busiest stations in the UK. The immediate surrounds are home to a plethora of interesting and exciting activity from the various unique office occupiers to the vast array of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops that line the streets. Leather Lane Street Food Market is located only a few minutes’ walk from the property and hosts a daily street food marked enjoyed by a multitude of different Tenants from around the district.
- Building has undergone a full-scale refurbishment
- Can also be offered in a fully-fitted condition (with the potential to bespoke)
- Raised parquet wooden flooring
- New air-conditioning system
- New modern linear suspended lighting
- Exposed concrete pillars
- Refurbished demised WCs
- Remodelled & refurbished manned reception area
- Generous floor to ceiling heights
- Superb natural daylight
33 Farringdon Road,
London EC1M 3JF
TransportFarringdonCircle, Hammersmith & City, MetropolitanFirst Capital Connect, Thameslink
To be provided in due course.
MISREPRESENTATION ACT — These particulars do not form part of any offer of contract. They are issued as a general guide, but do not constitute representation of fact. Parties should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Unless otherwise stated, all prices/rents are quoted exclusive of vat. All terms and information provided is subject to contract & without prejudice.