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The building is steeped in a rich history from the imposing White Star Line headquarters – the booking office of the glamorous Titanic ocean liner – to the birthplace of the Rugby Football Union.
The rich and fascinating history of Oceanic House has played a major role in inspiring the design of its recent transformation.
Situated on the corner of Pall Mall and Cockspur Street, at the South end of Haymarket the building is next to the land mark National Gallery and Trafalgar Square and close to Charing Cross and Piccadilly. Originally home to the Pall Mall restaurant where the Rugby Union was founded, Oceanic House became the London office for the White Star Line, which operated RMS Titanic.
Property DetailsTermThe premises are available by way of a new leases contracted outside the renewal provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act.RentAvailable on RequestBusiness RatesBusiness Rates are to be assessed on completion of works.PlanningThe premises hold a combined A1 / 3 planning permission. Tenants will be responsible for obtaining consents relating to their out fit out Existing planning listed building consents and conditions may be viewed online Searching under reference 14 03532 /FULLFurther InformationAn EPC has been commissioned and can be made available on request. Unless otherwise stated, each party is to bear its own legal costs and VAT may be applicable. Possession will be available upon completion.
Unit Floor Size (Ft2 | M2) Rent (/a | /Ft2) S/Charge (/a | /Ft2) Rates (/a | /Ft2) Total /a Planning Usage Status Unit 1 Ground Floor 1,292 P.O.A T.B.C T.B.C P.O.A A1, E Available Unit 1 Basement 2,637 A1, E Unit 2 Ground Floor 1,435 A1, E Unit 2 Basement 1,701 A1, E Total / Avgs. Total / Avgs. 7,065 T.B.C T.B.C T.B.C T.B.C
TransportPiccadilly CircusBakerloo, Piccadilly