Taxis waiting for shoppers in front of the Debenhams department store in 2016.



Key Details

334-348 Oxford Street, London W1C 1JG
362,921 sq ft>


Debenhams department store building on Oxford Street, London W1. The department store was permanently closed in January 2021.

The store is a 7-storey building located near Bond Street Underground Station in London's core West End shopping district.

The building was reconstructed in 2014. The 370,000 sq ft department store was revitalised using an innovative over-cladding system designed by world-renowned artist and sculptor Ned Kahn in conjunction with Archial Architects creating a captivating interactive façade in keeping with the site's prominent location next to the upgraded Bond Street underground and Crossrail station.

2021 January - The store is permanently closed.

Site & Location


Bond Street Underground StationCentral, Jubilee
New Bond Street159, 7, 94, 98, N207, N7, N98, 139, N113




News, events, milestones and offers from the new development
Debenhams Oxford Street permanently closed
Debenhams’ administrator FRP Advisory is continuing to engage with a number of third parties regarding the sale of all or parts of the business. However, while this process continues, the plans for the ongoing wind-down of the business as announced on 1 December 2020, are going ahead. Lease...
16/01/2021 08:35 by Buildington
British Land has exchanged contracts for the sale of the Debenhams department store at 334-348 Oxford Street to a private investor for £400 million. The building is let in its entirety to Debenhams until 2039. Chris Grigg, Chief Executive said: “The disposal of Debenhams on Oxford Street...
08/07/2016 09:47 by Buildington
New photos!
04/05/2014 20:12 by Buildington


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