A New View

Local Occupiers

Neighbouring businesses are as diverse as the location itself, with some of the world’s best calling this unique area of London home.

LinkedIn Corporation

Castlewood House,
77-91 New Oxford Street

Mindshare

Central Saint Giles,
1 St Giles High Street

Lionsgate

Wells&More,
45 Mortimer Street

NBC Universal

Central Saint Giles,
1 St Giles High Street

Google

Central Saint Giles,
1 St Giles High Street

Allfunds Bank

Fitzroy Place,
Mortimer Street

Estee Lauder

Fitzroy Place,
Mortimer Street

The area around Bedford Avenue is one of the best connected in the capital, with the arrival of the Elizabeth line set to revolutionise connectivity.

With nearby tube stations including Tottenham Court Road and Goodge Street and a plethora of bus routes already bringing millions to the area each week, the Elizabeth line is set to enhance its appeal substantially, opening up the location to thousands of potential employees whose daily commute will be significantly improved.

Making new Connections

Following its launch in 2018, a trip on the Elizabeth line to Canary Wharf will take just 12 minutes, while London Heathrow is less than half an hour away, cutting the previous journey time in half.

Tottenham Court Road is also the only Central London station for the proposed Crossrail 2 line which will provide a new north-south link to the capital.

The ELizabeth Line

Elizabeth line travel times
from Tottenham Court Road

BOND ST 5 mins

PADDINGTON 5 mins

LIVERPOOL ST 5 mins

PADDINGTON 5 mins

CANARY WHARF 20 mins

HEATHROW AIRPORT 35 mins

Underground DLR Overground National Rail

The Avenue is positioned at the forefront of a new era of transport in Central London.

Planned improvements to the main thoroughfare of Tottenham Court Road will see wider, tree-lined pavements, increased public space and pocket parks, creating a relaxing and safe ambience in which to enjoy the diverse varierty of new leisure amenities in the area.

Travel Transformed

The Avenue is an attractive option for commuters, clients and visitors from far afield, with efficient and numerous forms of travel on its doorstep.

Underground connections

Access to a host of underground lines: Tottenham Court Road (Elizabeth, Central, Northern), Oxford Circus (Victoria, Central, Bakerloo), Holborn (Central, Piccadilly), Piccadilly (Piccadilly, Bakerloo), Leicester Square (Northern, Piccadilly).

A new transport hub

On the doorstep of the new Tottenham Court Road station, currently undergoing a £1bn transformation.

Elizabeth Line

Direct access to the Elizabeth line network, with 24 trains per hour during peak times, transporting an estimated 102,000 passengers to and from Tottenham Court Road station daily.

Bus connections

An abundance of bus connections to all corners of London within a five minute walk. For example:
Eight bus routes heading north
Six bus routes heading east
Six bus routes heading south
Seven bus routes heading west

Santander Cycles

Numerous Santander Cycle docking stations are conveniently located in the surrounding area, five within a five minute walk.

Streamlined access

Access to the four major London airports, including less than half an hour to London Heathrow via the Elizabeth line.

London and Beyond

Travel times to mainline rail services via Tottenham Court Road:
Charing Cross — 4 mins
Liverpool Street — 8 mins
Euston — 4 mins
Kings Cross St Pancras — 11 mins
Victoria — 11 mins
Paddington — 13 mins

Improved Accessibility

Plans for the new Tottenham Court Road include increased pedestrianised areas and wider, tree-lined footpaths for better access to the improved underground and Elizabeth line stations.

The Avenue sits at the forefront of the West End’s stunning transformation.

The regeneration of this part of the West End has been phenomenal. While the area north of Oxford Street has positioned itself as a hub for creative businesses, restaurants and retailers, this influence is spreading east beyond Tottenham Court Road as investment flows in.

Forward-thinking retailers and businesses are moving into the area, capitalising on the impact that the Elizabeth line will deliver. The buzz around the regeneration is growing, and the area where Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia and Soho meets is becoming a destination in itself; the only way is up.

Regeneration

You’re in good company at The Avenue with a rapidly developing local area and exciting new local occupiers.

Global media enterprises and corporate giants are finding a new home in the West End, attracted by the exceptional transport and amenities it offers.

Hover or click buildings below to explore local developments

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local developments

1 Dean Street, W1 Size: 88,100 sq ft
Status: Completion 2017

11 Soho Street, W1 Size: 48,500 sq ft
Status: Completion 2015
Occupier: St. Ives Group

Ampersand Building, W1 Size: 88,373 sq ft
Status: Completion 2015
Occupier: King.com

Nimax, W1 Size: 86,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2019

One Rathbone Square, W1 Size: 292,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2017
Occupier: Facebook

79-93 New Oxford St, W1 Size: 88,100 sq ft
Status: Completion 2017

Tin Pan Alley, W1 Size: 103,500 sq ft
Status: Completion 2020

100 New Oxford Street, W1 Size: 85,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2015
Occupiers: William Morris,
Endeavor, Space Ape Games,
Stanhope Plc, Weve

Holden House, W1 Use: Mixed use
Size: 126,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2020

15/18 Rathbone Place, W1 Size: 14,876 sq ft
Status: Completion 2018
Occupier: Nickelodeon

2 Stephen Street, W1 Size: 88,989 sq ft
Status: Complete
Occupiers:Fremantle Media, The Office Group, Freud Communications

1 Oxford Street, W1 Size: 57,400 sq ft
Status: Completion 2020

1 Stephen Street, W1 Size: 44,200 sq ft
Status: Complete
Occupiers: Anacap, Fremantle
Media, Encompass Digital,
Media, Freud Communications,
BrandOpus

20 Soho Square, W1 Size: 60,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2016

Foyles, W1 Size: 225,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2019

Oxford House, W1 Size: 90,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2019

Corinthian House, W1 Size: 22,000 sq ft
Status: Completion 2020

22 Bloomsbury Street, W1 Size: 34,200 sq ft
Status: Completion 2017

Centre Point, W1 Size: 41,780 sq ft
Status: Completion 2018

4/48 Oxford Street, W1 Size: 76,500 sq ft
Status: Completion 2020

KEY

Commercial offices

Mixed use

Central line

Northern line

Elizabeth line

This map demonstrates a selection of the key developments in the local area.

The Avenue brings the best of Fitzrovia, Soho, Covent Garden and Mayfair to your doorstep.

The capital’s exclusive and most vibrant districts are on your doorstep at The Avenue, offering all the amenities a discerning Londoner is looking for.

Dining, shopping and nightlife are a stroll away, whether the preference is for cutting edge West End theatre, Michelin-starred restaurants or global luxury fashion brands. World-renowned retailers and modern dining establishments juxtapose tranquil gardens and parks.

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ST JAMES'S

COVENT GARDEN

SOHO

FITZROVIA

MAYFAIR