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UNDER OFFER, 68 Duke Street, W1

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1,466 Ft2

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  1. Information
  2. Map
  3. Area & Transport
  4. E.P.C
  5. Other Documents
  1. Introduction

    BOUTIQUE RETAIL OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE IN THE HEART OF MAYFAIR.

    Property Details

    Terms
    The leases will be granted on standard Grosvenor terms. The lease will be granted outside the security of tenure provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
    Quoting Rent
    Rent on application
    Rates Payable
    The premises are exempt from business rates until 1st April 2021. For guidance purposes the RV is £98,500 with rates payable (yr 20/21) of £52,402.
    Viewing
    Strictly by appointment through joint agents.
    EPC
    Available on request.

    Description

    Planning Usage: Restaurants

    68 Duke Street is arranged over ground and lower ground floors. The unit boasts an attractive period façade, which has excellent visibility from Oxford Street adding to the prominence of its location. The internal layout serves to provide an open floorplate, which will facilitate various retailing formats.

    Standing between Oxford Street and Grosvenor Square,North Mayfair is emerging as an exciting neighbourhood hotspot and hub for local workers and visitors. Beautiful architecture, cultural history, fashionable hangouts and a chic array of shops welcome those who are looking to wander off the beaten track. North Mayfair is a cosmopolitan oasis a short walk from Selfridges Department Store.

    The Grade I-listed, landscaped Brown Hart Gardens and café, just off Duke Street, stand raised at the heart of the neighbourhood, flanked by the super-stylish hotel The Beaumont, the creation of Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, restaurateurs behind The Wolseley. Nearby development 20 Grosvenor Square, by Finchatton with Four Seasons, brings a luxury residential offering, while neighbouring St Mark’s,

    Amenities

    1. Crossrail is anticipated to deliver 220,000 people per day to the area from the new Bond Street station. Visitors to Selfridges are likely to utilise Weighhouse Street and Duke Street to access the department store, providing the street with a fresh opportunity to benefit from a higher footfall and most importantly to benefit from the right types of consumer. Source: www.crossrail.co.uk

    Availability (1)

    FloorSize (Ft2 | M2)Rent (/a | /Ft2)S/Charge (/a | /Ft2)Rates (/a | /Ft2)Total /aPlanning UsageStatus
    Ground Floor643P.O.AT.B.C£52,402P.O.AA3Available
    Lower Ground Floor823A3
    Total / Avgs.1,466T.B.CT.B.C£52,402T.B.C
  2. Location

    UNDER OFFER,
    68 Duke Street,
    London W1

  3. Transport

    Bond Street
    Central, Jubilee
  4. E.P.C

    To be provided in due course.

  5. Other Documents

    Marketing Brochure

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.
Sara Simpson - Colliers London
Paul Souber - Colliers London
Paul Souber
Head of Retail Agency - London

020 7344 6870

paul.souber@colliers.com

Colliers Retail Central London Team