Oceanic House, 1 Cockspur Street, London, SW1Y 5DL
The landmark Grade II Listed, Edwardian building has exceptional period features, frontage and offers two impressive retail, gallery or leisure spaces. The units themselves benefit from prominent and visible shop fronts, stunning ceiling heights in both ground and basement levels and outside seating areas. Unit 1: Total 365 sq m 3,929 sq ft, Unit 2: Total 293 sq m 3,136 sq ft
Situated on the corner of Pall Mall and Cockspur Street, at the South end of Haymarket the building is next to the land
mark National Gallery and Trafalgar Square and close to Charing Cross and Piccadilly. Originally home to the Pall Mall restaurant where the Rugby Union was founded, Oceanic House became the London office for the White Star Line, which operated RMS Titanic.
The premises are available by way of a new 15 year leases contracted outside the renewal provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act.
The premises hold a combined A1/3 planning permission. Tenants will be responsible for obtaining consents
relating to their out fit out.
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