Holden House is a retail-led redevelopment at 54-58 Oxford Street in Fitzrovia, London W1.
Office tenants have included Envy Post Production, NMG Financial Services and Reed Business Information.
Retail tenants have included The Body Shop, Eat, Halifax and Wasabi.
Before the redevelopment, Edward Charles and Partners and Cushman & Wakefield were the leasing agents.
2017 November - City of Westminster council agrees to grant planning permission for the redevelopment by Derwent London: Demolition of Nos 66 & 68 Oxford Street and redevelopment behind retained facades of No-s 54-62 Oxford Street and 51-58 Rathbone Place to provide a new building comprising four basement levels, ground and seven upper floor levels. Use of entire building either for retail (Class A1) or the use of part basements to first floor as retail (Class A1) and offices (Class B1) with a dual/alternative use of floors two to seven for either retail (Class A1) or office (Class B1) use; and associated works including plant at basement levels 3 and 4, the creation of terraces at sixth and seventh floors; external roof top plant at seventh floor level behind an acoustic attenuated louvred façade onto Perrys Place, and the installation of photovoltaic panels at roof level.
Ref no. 17/05283/FULL.
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