Waterside House

Paddington W2
Commercial building

Key Details

35 North Wharf Road, London W2 1NW


Waterside House is a 11-storey 237,800sq ft office building in Paddington Basin, London W2.

The building is let in its entirety to Marks & Spencer plc as their corporate headquarters until 2028.

The building was designed by leading international architect Lord Rogers, well known for striking buildings including Lloyds of London, The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and The Pompidou Centre in Paris.

Neighbouring Buildings
5 Merchant Square to the east.
The Point to the west.

Cycle parking on North Wharf Road.


2019 May - Gaw Capital Partners has sold Waterside House to Brockton Everlast for £220.5m, reports Savills in its latest West End market watch.

2013 - Hong Kong-based private equity real estate firm Gaw Capital Partners has acquired the Waterside House at Paddington in London on behalf of a pool of top-tier Korean institutional investors. Gaw Capital Partners was the advisor and co-investor in the Waterside House deal and became the asset manager. It was the fourth acquisition in London led by Gaw Capital Partners on behalf of its Asian clients and is its eighth separate account direct investment since 2010.

Source: corporate.marksandspencer.com, d2private.com

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