Retail

Retail

An exciting and evolving neighbourhood benefitting from a captive audience of high disposable income consumers and close proximity to Crossrail at Tottenham Court Road station.

now open at The Post Builiding
offering Ride, Reshape and Rumble classes

8m

estimated annual pedestrian footfall3

40,000

office workers
within a 5-minute walk 1

34m

passengers utilise Holborn
station per annum7

75,000

residents within a 15-minute walk 2

40m

customer visits per annum
to Covent Garden4

5.8m

visitors per annum to the
British Museum, making it the UK’s
2nd most popular visitor attraction5

72m

passenger figures per annum
at Tottenham Court Road station forecast
by 2026, up from today’s 39m6

  1. JLL Research. Total office workers in developments over 25,000 sq ft in size. 2019
  2. CBRE Retail Intelligence. 2019
  3. CBRE Retail Intelligence. 2019
  4. CACI Ltd.; EE Data. 2017
  5. Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA). 2017
  6. Arup, Elizabeth line readiness. 2018
  7. Transport for London (TfL) — Entry / Exit figures. 2017

Local area

An exciting and evolving neighbourhood
with a compelling mix of independent
and established big name retailers and
a thriving food & drink destination.

Bloomsbury

  • 1. British Museum
  • 2. Lamb’s Conduit Street
  • Signature retailers in the neighbourhood:
  • Aesop
  • Folk
  • J. Crew
  • London Review Bookshop
  • Oliver Spencer
  • Pentreath & Hall
  • The Classic Camera
1
2

Fitzrovia

  • 3. Charlotte Street Hotel
  • 4. Roka
  • Signature retailers in the neighbourhood:
  • Aperture Photographic
  • Heal’s
  • Muji
  • Planet Organic
  • Primark
  • Waterstones
  • Zara
4
3

Covent Garden

  • 5. Covent Garden Piazza
  • 6. Seven Dials
  • Signature retailers in the neighbourhood:
  • Apple
  • Charlotte Tilbury
  • Jo Malone
  • Mulberry
  • Nike
  • Paul Smith
  • Tom Ford
6
5

Soho

  • 7. Curzon Soho Cinema
  • 8. Carnaby Street
  • Signature retailers in the neighbourhood:
  • A.P.C.
  • Axel Arigato
  • Foyles
  • John Pearse
  • Liberty London
  • Rag & Bone
  • Sunspel
7
8

Holborn

  • 9. Lincoln’s Inn Fields
  • 10. The Hoxton Holborn
  • Signature retailers in the neighbourhood:
  • Blackwell’s Bookshop
  • Boom Cycle
  • Cycle Surgery
  • Gymbox
  • Oliver Bonas
  • Runners Need
10
9

Schedule of areas

Unit Ground
(sq ft)
Ground level deck
(sq ft)
Lower ground
(sq ft)
Uses Total
(sq ft)
1 3,664 1,727 A1/A3 5,391
2 985 498 A1/A3 1,483
3 3,038 2,552 A1/A3/D2 5,590
4 4,508 3,671 A1/A3/D2 8,179
5a 514 317 A1/A3 831
5b 481 302 A1/A3 783
5c 418 261 A1/A3 679
5d 400 197 A1/A3 597
5e 595 A1 595
6* 232 4,413 A3 4,645
7 2,770 1,445 A3 4,215
Total 17,605 10,970 4,413 32,988

* Double-height Lower Ground unit with dedicated street-level access from High Holborn

Retail uses

33,000 sq ft of high quality
and flexible retail, restaurant
and gallery space.

Separate units across Ground and Lower Ground
Combining the Ground and Lower Ground units into one space to optimise the potential for 12m volume

Note: the above section is through units 6 and 7 on the south-west corner of Museum Street and High Holborn. Dimensions shown are from the anticipated floor finish level to underside of soffit.

Contact

CBRE

Mark Calder
+44 20 7182 8377
mark.calder@cbre.com

Steven Stedman
+44 20 7182 2712
steven.stedman@cbre.com

Cushman & Wakefield

Duncan Gilliard
+44 20 7512 5147
duncan.gilliard@cushwake.com

Freddie Steel
+44 7885 239 688
freddie.steel@cushwake.com