100 New Oxford Street

WC1A
Mixed use building

Key Details

Address
100 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1DR
Completion
1931
Retails
1

Overview

100 New Oxford Street is a mixed-use building in London WC1.

History

Also known as One Hundred New Oxford Street.

Built in 1931 by Gunton & Gunton. Refurbished in 1996–1997, when its fourth, fifth and sixth floors were added, as well as a rear elevation.

Further works took place between 2013–2015, with the lobby, common areas and all above-ground floors undergoing comprehensive enhancements to provide a new, Class A office space. The building was acquired by Tishman Speyer at 47% vacant and was successfully let within six months.

Site & Location

The nearest tube station is Tottenham Court Road - just 100m from the building.

Transport

TUBE
Tottenham Court Road Underground StationCentral, Northern
BUS
Tottenham Court Road1, N1, N171, 14, 176, 19, 38, N19, N38, N41, 55, 98, N207, N25, N55, N8, N98

Team

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Type
Year
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Disclaimer

Information on this page is for guidance only and remains subject to change. Buildington does not sell or let this property. For more information about this property please register your interest on the original website or get in touch with the Connected Companies.