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Client Case Study - Oxfam

Client type: Commercial property - central London office space/shop to let

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Oxfam the well know charity with a large number of retail shops, as part of their commercial property portfolio has rented one retail outlet from Pearl & Coutts the London commercial estate agent.

The shop that has been let is as follows:

23 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2

At this London commercial property location, Oxfam has rented a small retail shop in a mixed use building on a ten year lease.

The property is situated in the vibrant and popular Covent Garden area of central London where Pearl and Coutts often has a shop to let or rent. In addition there are often opportunities to lease office space in central London from Pearl & Coutts.

Covent Garden is the heart of the entertainment, leisure and cultural centre of London and a popular office location particularly for those in the media, advertising, public relations and publishing industries.

The property is within walking distance from Covent Garden (Picadilly Line), Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central Lines), Leicester Square (Picadilly and Northern Lines) and Holborn (Picadilly and Central Line) tube stations.

Pearl & Coutts Ltd
3rd Floor
9 White Lion Street
London N1 9PD

Tel: 020 7843 3788
Fax: 020 7843 3799

DX 122243 Upper Islington

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