45 Mortimer Street building.

45 Mortimer Street building.

Screen capture of Wells & More website at www.wellsandmore.com

Screen capture of Wells & More website at www.wellsandmore.com


Wells & More

45 Mortimer Street, London W1W 8HJ

Description of Wells & More

Wells & More at 45 Mortimer Street is an office building on the corner of Wells Street and Mortimer Street in Fitzrovia, London W1.

Completed in 2009, the building's interior architect was Morey Smith.

New Look London HQ
2009 Dec - New Look signs an agreement with Great Portland Estates to move its head office to Wells & More. Covering 61,000 sq ft across the lower ground, ground and first to third floors, the office allowed the Group to accommodate over 300 employees. The move to Mortimer Street commenced in summer 2010. Carl McPhail, CEO, New Look, commented: "I am delighted to have secured a fantastic West End site and high-quality office space at such a competitive rate. The move to Wells & More on Mortimer Street will help ensure we maintain our position at the forefront of the fast fashion industry. I look forward to welcoming our employees to the new West End office once the move is complete." New Look was advised by CBRE.

2020 March - Planning application for the installation of a new green wall and new cedar cladding to the walls of the existing internal courtyard; and associated external alterations in connection with continued office terrace use. Architect: HaleBrown Architects. Westminster Council ref. no. 20/01542/FULL.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Oxford Circus Underground Station
Bakerloo, Central, Victoria
Great Titchfield St / Oxford Circus Stn
390, 55, 73, 98, N207, N25, N55, N73, N8, N98

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