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388-396 Oxford Street

388-396 Oxford Street

May 26, 2012
388-396 Oxford Street

388-396 Oxford Street

October 6, 2011
Jane Norman at 388-396 Oxford Street.

Jane Norman at 388-396 Oxford Street.

October 6, 2011
Jane Norman shop at 388-396 Oxford Street.

Jane Norman shop at 388-396 Oxford Street.

June 28, 2011
French Connection and Jane Norman stores are in this building at 388-396 Oxford Street

French Connection and Jane Norman stores are in this building at 388-396 Oxford Street

May 2011

388-396 Oxford Street

Address:
388-396 Oxford Street, London W1C 1JT
Type:
Commercial
Retails:
3
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Description of 388-396 Oxford Street

388-396 Oxford Street is a 6-storey commercial building on Oxford Street.

Businesses in the building:
- FCUK store
- Jane Norman store
- Accessories store

Updated: May 2012

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News: (3)

Westminster council has granted conditional permission for:
Erection of a single storey roof extension to the Oxford Street elevation
and a single storey roof extension to the Duke Street elevation,
recladding of all the facades on Oxford Street, Duke Street and Bird
Street, in connection with reconfigured retail floorspace (Class A1) over
basement, ground and first floor levels, office floorspace at second to
seventh floor levels. Increase in height of the existing plant rooms,
creation of a terrace at fifth floor level (on Duke Street), installation of
new plant and associated works. Ref. no. 18/10493/FULL.

11/07/2019 11:46 by Buildington

According to The Independent, the building has been bought by Weston-family firm. The fashion chain French Connection has a lease that runs until 2025, but Selfridges could take ownership sooner. French Connection recently agreed to pay more than £3.2m a year for the store after a rent review arbitration found against the chain, so might be amenable to getting the expensive site off its books.

The Weston family's plans with the site are not clear yet, but there is speculation that they will create a new store format. Selfridges already has plans to redevelop its hotel to the rear of its location.

12/09/2011 13:39 by Buildington

Allied Irish Banks AIB has taken control of the building as part of a move against property investor Liam Smyth.

The bank has appointed a property receiver over the six storey building with offices and shops (FCUK and Jane Norman). Smyth bought the building in 2009 for almost £60 million with loans from AIB. It is expected to be put on the market for around £80 million, as AIB seeks to recoup what it is owed.


Source: The Post http://www.sbpost.ie/news/ireland/aib-takes-over-oxford-street-fashion-b uilding-58175.html

22/08/2011 12:32 by Buildington

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