Front elevation of the 26-29 Dean Street building in Soho, London W1.
Karl Marx 1818-1883 lived here 1851-1856 - Blue plaque at 28 Dean Street in Soho, London W1.
26-29 Dean Street
26-29 Dean Street, London W1D 3LL
Description of 26-29 Dean Street
26-29 Dean Street is a mixed-use building in Soho, London W1.
Numbers 26 to 28 are listed grade I and number 29 is listed Grade II. Quo Vadis restaurant has occupied 26 to 28 since its creation in the 1920s and was extended into number 29 in 1962.
The Grade I listed 26-28 Dean Street with Quo Vadis restaurant on the ground floor was built in 1734 by John Nolloth. List Entry Number: 1290584.
Karl Marx lived at No. 28 with his family from 1851 to 1856.
The property falls within the Soho Conservation Area.
1. Statement of Significance and Heritage Impact Assessment by Asset heritage assetheritage.co.uk 2016 Westminster Council ref. no. 16/05409/FULL westminster.gov.uk/planning.
2. Historic England historicengland.co.uk
The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Leicester Square Underground Station Northern, Piccadilly
Dean Street / Chinatown 14, 19, 38, N19, N38
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