72 Welbeck Street provides office accommodation over First to Fourth floors. The building provides quality finishes throughout, the reception area and common parts have recently been refurbished.
Grade A office accommodation
Remodelled main entrance
Fantastic natural daylight
Each floor offers windows on 100% of the perimeter
72 Welbeck Street is located in close proximity to Oxford Circus and Bond Street underground stations providing access to four major London Underground lines; Bakerloo, Victoria, Central and the Jubilee via which all central London Network Rail stations are within easy reach. Baker Street and Marylebone stations are also within a short walk of the building.Bond Street station will be a key point on the Crossrail route as it runs through Central London. This new tube station entrance on the north side of Oxford Street on Marylebone Lane will be a 90 second walk from the building. Crossrail is the high-capacity, high-frequency railway that will allow journeys to Heathrow in the south west (29 minutes) and to Ilford in the east (25 minutes), as well as direct interchanges with the Central and Jubilee underground line
72 Welbeck Street is situated at the very core of the West End’s continually evolving cultural and economic formation.The location of the building, with its position at the intersection between Marylebone, Soho, Mayfair and Fitzrovia ensures the confluence of work and play at 72 Welbeck Street. The considerable commercial connectivity amid a broad spectrum of business sectors is coupled with the most vibrant shopping district in the UK. With its rich heritage, the nearby Marylebone Village also provides an eclectic range of world class hotels and restaurants such as Texture and Chiltern Firehouse, exciting bars like The Artesian Bar at the Langham Hotel, numerous artisan coffee shops and many of the world’s most famous galleries and museums a short walk away.
Local tenants include: AON, Arbuthnot, BlackRock, Cisco, Cleary Gottlieb, Deutsche Bank, First State Investment, Gallagher Insurance, Hewlett Packard, Legal & General and Linklaters.