York House is a commanding modern office building located in-between Marylebone’s Georgian splendour, with a short walk to both Connaught and Portman Square. The premises gives occupiers the chance to accommodate high quality Grade A office accommodation in a picturesque part of Central London.
Comprising of 10,100 Sq. m of offices above 800 Sq. m of retail, and 3,800 Sq. m of residential in an integrally designed block, York House itself was developed in 2007 by British Land and has remained the company’s headquarters ever since, with the other major occupier being the Singapore Government Investment Corporation. The ground floor occupiers include Harvest Energy and M&E consulting engineers – Hurleypalmerflatt. The available ground floor suite has magnificent full height floor to ceiling windows, which floods the space with an abundance of natural light. One end of the building fronts onto the arterial Edgware Road, with the other overlooking a fine residential Victorian crescent which forms part of the local conservation area. The design concept of this 6 storey building required a cohesive approach that could equally address both settings, while internally integrating the building’s mix of office, residential and retail space.
The area surrounding York House is also going through exciting times, with Almacantar submitting and winning planning permission for the redevelopment of Marble Arch Tower, a £450m mixed use scheme comprising residential, office and leisure accommodation.
This redevelopment will bring further amenities to an area which already boasts some fantastic restaurants and local coffee shops, including The Lockhart and The Borough Barista.
The ground floor west office suite totalling 3,490 Sq. Ft. is available until April 2018 and is fully fitted and ready to be occupied at a passing rent of £77.50 per Sq. Ft.
For more information contact George Blakemore:
020 7096 9911