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431-451 Oxford Street under refurbishment.

431-451 Oxford Street under refurbishment.

5. September 2013
431-451 Oxford Street

431-451 Oxford Street

June 2011
Sign on the MacKenzies Jewellery store says: After 15 years MacKenzies is closing forever on August 4th 2011.

Sign on the MacKenzies Jewellery store says: After 15 years MacKenzies is closing forever on August 4th 2011.

June 2011
431-451 Oxford Street

431-451 Oxford Street

June 2011
431-451 Oxford Street on the corner of North Audley Street and Oxford Street.

431-451 Oxford Street on the corner of North Audley Street and Oxford Street.

June 2011

431-451 Oxford Street

Address:
431-451 Oxford Street, London W1C 2PU
Type:
Mixed use
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Description of 431-451 Oxford Street

431-451 Oxford Street is a mixed use 53,000 sq ft building opposite Selfridges, London W1.

2016 - first Dyson Demo store opened in the building. Designed by Sir James Dyson and WilkinsonEyre. The store is more like and art gallery on 200m2.

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News: (3)

449 Oxford Street is home to Tesla store and Dyson is right next to it at no. 447.

11/12/2016 10:46 by Buildington

Jon Gershinson and Louisa Brooks joint fixed charge receivers for Allsop have appointed global property advisor CBRE as selling agent in respect of 431-451 Oxford Street.

The near half acre site provides a highly reversionary mixed use landmark property of 53,000 sq ft with an unbroken frontage of 75m directly opposite Selfridges on Oxford Street. The prime island site is held on four long leases from the Grosvenor Estate with over 143 years unexpired.

Phil Cann, Executive Director, CBRE, who will be handling the sale, commented:

“This landmark property is ideally placed to benefit from the near 30% rental growth on Oxford Street in the past 18 months and remains a key trading target for the international retailers given its proximity to Selfridges and the new development, Park House. The fact that the property is held in four separate leases also gives a potential investor the flexibility to actively asset manage the island block.”

Source: Allsop

27/05/2012 02:55 by Buildington

The note on the MacKenzies jewellery store says: After 15 years MacKenzies is closing forever on August 4th 2011. The store is specialising in swiss watches, certified diamond jewellery, and 18ct gold jewellery.

29/06/2011 01:40 by Buildington

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