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60 Tottenham Court Road

Fantastic Workspaces Perfect For Start Ups

Newly Refurbished

New LED Pendant Lighting

New Private Kitchenette

Excellent Natural Light

Wood Flooring

Excellent Ceiling Height (2.88m)

Fibre Satellite Technology

Air-Conditioning (Not Tested)

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60 Tottenham Court Road, Fitzrovia W1T 2EW

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Fitzrovia
Local authority: Camden

Availability

Floor Size Rent per
sq ft / sq m / pa
Service charge per
sq ft / sq m / pa
Rates per
sq ft / sq m / pa
Total per
annum
Status
Second Floor
284
26.38
£44.01
£473.76
£12,500.00
£6.50
£69.97
£1,846.00
£22.13
£238.21
£6,284.92
£20,630.92 Available
First Floor
160
14.86
£44.00
£473.61
£7,040.00
£6.50
£69.97
£1,040.00
£8,080.00 Let
Totals
444
41.25
£19,540.00
£2,886.00
£6,284.92
£28,710.92

* All sizes NIA

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Transportation

Airports

London City 8.2m, London Heathrow 14.4m, London Gatwick 25.8m

National rail

London Euston 0.6m, London Kings Cross 0.9m, London St Pancras International LL 0.9m

Tube

Goodge Street 0.1m, Tottenham Court Road 0.3m, Warren Street 0.4m

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Planning class

B1

Lease summary

Flexible leases available. The agreement will be contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act.

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Property marketed by:

39 Foley Street, London W1W 7TP
LDG
Daniel Castle
LDG
Cary Dennington
LDG
Harrison Eagles
LDG
Sarah Stevenson
Quote reference: RENT-32617

Fantastic workspaces perfect for start ups - Flexible terms - Second floor - New kitchenette - New lighting - Excellent natural light - Wood flooring - Air-Conditioning

£12,500 to £12,500 per annum (Quoting)

For clarification purposes, we would advise that these particulars were prepared in good faith to give a general description of the property. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. Measurements are for guidance purposes and if such details are of vital importance, interested parties must make their own enquiries.