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Tottenham Court Walk is a new shopping and leisure destination by Derwent london, moments from London’s transport network and Oxford Street itself.

This reimagined stretch of ten retail and restaurant units on Tottenham Court Road continues the extension of the West End’s shopping district eastward in time for the arrival of Crossrail in 2018.

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About the building

Designed to rejuvenate this stretch of Tottenham Court Road, these redeveloped units offer retailers impact, light and space. The existing exterior colonnade has been brought into the interior space, giving each unit a fully glazed, double-height entrance and creating a ribbon of glass that curves around the corners of each block for a dynamic and inviting façade. Each unit includes a mezzanine level with a generous floor to ceiling height, whilst units in the south block boast a third lower ground level for additional retail or ancillary space.

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The building

The generous, avenue–style, pavements of Tottenham Court Walk create the perfect destination for leisurely shopping and al fresco dining

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Tube Station Tube Line Walking time to
Tottenham Court Walk
Goodge Street Northern 7 minutes
Oxford Circus Bakerloo Victoria Central 9 minutes
Piccadilly Circus Bakerloo Piccadilly 13 minutes
Leicester Square Northern Piccadilly 10 minutes
Covent Garden Piccadilly 14 minutes
Holborn Central 12 minutes
Euston Northern Victoria Overground 20 minutes
Kings Cross Northern Victoria Hammersmith & City Circle Metropolitan 29 minutes

Source: TFL and Google Maps

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Tottenham Court Walk

Tottenham Court Walk

Derwent London

Completion: May 2015

Retail size

40,000 SQ FT

Composition

10 retail / leisure units

Transport

The advent of Crossrail in 2018 will recast Tottenham Court Road station into the West End’s major transport hub, offering both tube and train services to more than 120,000 passengers each day.

Tottenham Court Walk’s retailers can expect to benefit from an increase in footfall of more than 75 million a year, equating to 110 million potential customers.

Camden regeneration

The West End Project is being led by Camden Council — a £26m vision to transform the Tottenham Court Road area over the next four years. They are committed to improving congestion and air quality and plan to convert the one way system of Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street for two-way traffic. The West End Project sits mostly within The Fitzrovia Partnership Business Improvement District area: fitzroviapartnership.com

Read more at: wearecamden.org/westendproject

Watch video at: wearecamden.org/westendproject

 

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A stylish &
affluent audience

There are currently 135,940 workers within half a kilometre, with an average retail expenditure that’s almost 50% higher than the UK norm. Worker densities along some parts of Tottenham Court Road currently exceed 225,000 workers per square mile, with a total footfall in 2014 of 18.4 million. In addition, the same area is home to 25,000 residents with an expected population rise of 7.3% over the next five years. For retailers, this means a captive seven day trade.

A youthful academic population of over 160,000 students ensures there’s a higher percentage of people aged between 15 and 34 in the area than anywhere else in the UK.

*Retail turnover to the region is set to increase to £11.25 billion by 2020 (from £8.8 billion currently) and the area west of Oxford Circus, in close proximity to Bond Street and near Tottenham Court Road will see the largest gains.

Source: New West End Company, Fitzrovia Partnership and Crossrail.

*Please refer to download section on previous page for full Crossrail Visitor Impact Study.­

Press

Derwent London:
Distinctive by design

Derwent London is the largest London–focused real estate investment trust whose ethos has always been distinctive and design-led.

Within the office portfolio there are a range of tenants, many from the creative sector. A number of retailers have chosen us to accomodate their own offices including Burberry in Victoria, Expedia and Ticketmaster in Angel, Oakley in Shoreditch, lastminute.com in Holborn, Converse in Fitzrovia, Pandora in Marylebone and Innocent Drinks at Ladbroke Grove.

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Future pipeline

The Copyright Building

The Copyright Building

30 Berners Street W1
Retail: 20,000 SQ FT
Architects: Piercy&Company
Completion: 2017

80 Charlotte Street W1

80 Charlotte Street W1

Retail: 16,000 SQ FT
Architects: Make
Completion: 2019

White Collar Factory

White Collar Factory

2-5 Old Street Yard EC1
Retail: 39,200 SQ FT
Architects: AHMM
Completion: 2016

1 Oxford Street W1

1 Oxford Street W1

Retail: 71,000 SQ FT
Architects: AHMM
Completion: 2020

Existing schemes

Angel Building

Angel Building

407 St John Street EC1
Tenants include:
Jamie’s Italian, Bibigo and Hummingbird Bakery

The Buckley Building

The Buckley Building

49 Clerkenwell Road EC1
Tenants include:
Granger & Co

Tea Building

Tea Building

56 Shoreditch High Street E1
Tenants include:
Shoreditch House, Pizza East and Lyle’s

Turnmill

Turnmill

63 Clerkenwell Road EC1
Tenants include:
Jason Atherton and Albion

Network Building

Network Building

95-100 Tottenham Court Road W1
Tenants include:
Franco Manca

Qube

Qube

101-107 Tottenham Court Road W1
Tenants include:
Space NK, Joy and Leon

Baker & George Street

Baker & George Street

16-35 Baker Street, 17-39 & 88-110 George Street W1
Tenants include:
Souli, Tossed and Apostrophe and Food Filosophy

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Retail agents

Kenningham Retail
020 7637 7188

David Kenningham
dk@kenninghamretail.com

Mark Serrell
marks@kenninghamretail.com

Savills
020 7734 3443

Anthony Selwyn
aselwyn@savills.com

Laura Salisbury-Jones
LSJones@savills.com

restaurant units fully let

Restaurant agents

Shelley Sandzer
020 7580 3366

Edmond Schama
eschama@shelleysandzer.co.uk

Amy Counsell
acounsell@shelleysandzer.co.uk

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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, no responsibility is taken for any error, omission or mis-statement in these particulars which do not constitute an offer or contract. No representation or warranty whatever is made or given either during negotiations or in particular by the vendor, lessors or agents Messrs Kenningham Retail, Savills and Shelley Sandzer. All figures are exclusive of rates, service charge, VAT and all other outgoings. The agents have not tested the services.

All floor areas are approximate.

 

Date of preparation January 2016.

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