4,693 sq ft, £391,000 per annum, available Jan 2019
30 Bury St, London, London, SW1Y 6AU, GB
4,693 sq ft
£391,000 per annum
Fully repairing and insuring
Date on market
The iconic building has been comprehensively refurbished and the self-contained gallery will provide volume, light and purpose built space.
Exhibiting on the plaza will be permitted, subject to landlord’s approval.
The property is situated in a prime st james’s location at the junction of ryder and bury street, close to st james’s street.
Occupiers in the vicinity include: christie’s, white cube, bernard jacobson gallery, thomas dane gallery, chris beetles, bowman sculpture, rossi & rossi, alan cristea gallery, colnaghi, philip mould & co, skarstedt gallery, etc.
Other well-known, nearby landmarks include st james’s palace, the royal academy of arts, the ritz etc.
The accommodation has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment to a high standard and provides an extensive frontage in a prominent position with good natural daylight and excellent floor-to-ceiling heights.
The property comprises a Grade II-listed building of concrete construction arranged over 16 floors. Constructed in the 1960's and designed by architects Alison and Peter Smithson, the property offers retail/leisure accommodation at ground floor level with office space on the upper floors. The property underwent an extensive refurbishment in 1990 by architects Skidmore Owings & Merrell.
The property is located on St James's Street at the junction with Ryder Street. The premises are close to Green Park (Victoria, Piccadilly and Jubilee lines) and Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines) underground stations. The property also fronts Bury Street.
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