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Retail 2017-05-02T16:08:49+00:00

Two new retail/restaurant units at 25 Charterhouse Square, a new 38,355 sq. ft office building. Both units are arranged over ground floor only with frontages to Charterhouse Square, Charterhouse Street and Smithfield Market.

Floor Plan

Schedule of Area & Specifications

NIA sq.m NIA sq.ft
Retail One 278 2,983
Retail Two 202 2,184
Basement Storage 72 773
Total Retail 480  5,167

Use
Both units have permission to be used for Class A1 and/or Class A3 use.

Specification
The units will be handed over in a developer’s shell condition with capped off core services including gas and kitchen extract ducts. A full specification is available on request.

Tenure
The units are available by way of new effectively full repairing and insuring leases contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (Part II) as amended for a term of up to 15 years.

Rent
Unit 1: £195,000 per annum exclusive
Unit 2: £130,000 per annum exclusive

Rates
The Rateable Value of the new retail/restaurant units will be assessed upon completion. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with The City of London.

Timing
Available for immediate handover.

Location

25 Charterhouse Square occupies a prominent position adjacent to the iconic Smithfield Market and overlooking Charterhouse Square. The building is also opposite the new Farringdon East Crossrail station which in addition to the ticket hall includes 120,000 sq ft of offices and retail units, all due for completion in 2018. Farringdon Station is expected to cater for 27 million passengers each year when Crossrail is open. The existing Barbican and Farringdon Underground Stations have combined entry/exit movements of 35 million (2015).

Eric Parry Architects has designed a new museum and visitors centre building and garden layout in The Square for The Charterhouse. Visitor numbers are expected to grow by at least 100,000 each year when the building and gardens are opened later in 2016.

Other renowned occupiers in the Smithfield area include, Smiths of Smithfield, Café du Marche, Malmaison, The Rookery Hotel, Fabric, the Fox & Anchor, Walter Knoll, St John, and Club Gascon.