Bar & Restaurant
You’ll find this space to rent in central Soho. With a beautiful but edgy storefront and the exposure of windows facing out onto the busy high street, it’s an enviable Soho spot that would work particularly well for a retail brand looking to open a pop-up shop in the West End. What’s more, the built-in shelving units and a fresh white-walled interior make it a great blank canvas for whatever you were planning to showcase to Soho’s renowned eclectic crowd.
All night coffee shops, famous record stores and notorious nightclubs combine to give Soho an unrivalled energy. Whilst ultra-liberal Londoners use Soho as their playground, the Capital’s suits still do business in trendy pubs and members' clubs in the neighbourhood’s side streets. Called many things - wild, loud, experimental – it’s undoubtedly one of London’s best spots for spectacular fun, great British fare and everything in between, so if you’re looking to set up somewhere cool, Soho is where it’s at. You’ll also be pleased to know that Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus, Leicester Square and Covent Garden are all within walking distance of this vibrant corner of London.
Soho is full of every kind of store you can think of. The likes of Supreme and Pleasing have even parked their pop-ups here in the past. From the Crumbs & Doilies bakery and The Ivy to Beyond Retro and Agent Provocateur, get ready to make your brand stand out because you’ll have plenty of competition.
This retail unit occupies the ground floor and was originally built as a residential home. The division between the units are all original and the upper floors are still residential. Therefore we have a policy of no loud music in the building especially before 9am & after 6pm.
The sink is located at the back of the space, so this isn’t the spot for you if you’re after easy access to running water. There’s also no storage space or stockroom, so whatever you’re planning to bring with you, travel light.