Description of Twenty Rathbone Place
Twenty Rathbone Place is a mixed-use building in London W1.
Redevelopment of a former CNN House office building in Noho.
- New top floor with stunning views
- Roof terraces on fourth and sixth floors
- Large contemporary reception area
- Virtual island site giving the building a wealth of natural light from three elevations
- Two new 8-person passenger lifts
- New VRF air-conditioning
- New fully accessible raised floors (100mm void)
- Feature ceilings incorporating Zumtobel lighting
- New male, female and disabled WCs on each floor
- Cycle racks and shower facilities
- BREEAM rating Very Good
Dating from the 1930s, Rathbone Place was originally developed as a 35,000 sq ft warehouse. Lothbury purchased the property 'off-market' for £23.2m in July 2010. Situated just to the north of Oxford Street and within easy reach of Tottenham Court Road underground station, the property boasts an ideal central London position. It is also perfectly placed to benefit from the Crossrail project which is set to open in 2018. Purchased with vacant possession, a comprehensive refurbishment programme is now underway. This valuable redevelopment will provide an additional 5,500 sq ft of Grade A lettable space and coincides with a dearth of new supply in the market.
- Sony from 2012
Source: Lothbury Investment Management, www.twentyrathbonepl.com