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Office To Let at Malvern House, 15-16 Nassau Street, Fitzrovia, W1W 7AB

  • Type:Office to Let
  • Size:Approx 200 Square Feet
  • Rent:£8,500 Per Annum (Excluding service charge)
  • Rateable Value:£3,650 (Please verify with local authority)
  • Our Reference:10492


Desirable lower ground floor office available in this prime Fitzrovia village location, one of London’s most dynamic quarters.

Malvern House is an attractive period mixed-use building providing a retail unit, art gallery and office accommodation and practically located on the corner of Riding House Street and Nassau Street directly opposite the landmark Fitzroy Place development.

Tenants benefit from original period features including sash windows and original staircases with wrought iron balusters and an oak handrail.

Adjacent to Soho, Fitzrovia is one of London’s trendiest sub-markets having developed a prestigious and longstanding association with the capital’s TMT, fashion, film and music industries.

Public transport links are excellent with Oxford Circus (Victoria, Central and Bakerloo lines) and Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central lines) stations in very close proximity.

Tottenham Court Road Station will become a major Crossrail interchange in 2018 making it one of London’s busiest transport hubs.


  • Entry Phone System
  • Walking Distance From Tube Station
  • Attractive Period Property
  • B1 Use


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