The Post Building

WC1A
E
Mixed use

Key Details

Address
Museum Street, London WC1A 1AP
Completion
Summer 2019
Flats
21
Offices
1
Retails
1
Use Classes
E

Overview

The Post Building is the new development at the former sorting office site on New Oxford Street, London WC1.

The new building includes:
- 270,000 sq ft of offices
- 37,000 sq ft of retail
- 7,000 sq ft roof garden
- 470 cycle spaces
- Private terraces to every floor
- Completing in Summer 2018.

Offices marketed by JLL, CBRE and Pilcher Hershman.
Retail and restaurants by CBRE and Davis Coffer Lyons.

The development includes remodeling, refurbishment, and extension of the former Royal Mail sorting office (Sui-generis use) at 21-31 New Oxford Street to provide offices, retail/restaurant/doctor's surgery (Classes A1/A3/D1) and 21 affordable housing units (Class C3) and associated landscaping, highway works and public roof terrace. - Camden Council Planning Application ref no 2014/5946/P camden.gov.uk.

The site is bounded by New Oxford Street, Museum Street, High Holborn and Dunns Passage.

Joint development by Oxford Properties and Brockton Capital.

2017 January - McKinsey announced it will take 100,000 sq ft (9,300 sq metres) and an option for a further 130,000 sq ft from 2018. The firm will be moving from its Jermyn Street offices in central London where it currently has 115,000 sq ft of space, reported Reuters.

Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Holborn Underground StationCentral, Piccadilly
BUS
New Oxford Street / High Holborn - 1 min. walking / 35 metres98, N207, N25, N8, N98

Team

Company
Type
Year
Developer
Developer
JLL
Lettings
Lettings
Main Contractor
Office Leasing
Office Leasing

Timeline

News, events, milestones and offers from the new development
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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.