- Fan coil air conditioning
- Exposed rafters & skylight (2nd floor)
- Staircase with glass atrium
- Good level of natural light throughout
- Secure, gated entrance, set back off the street
45 Broadwick Street is an historic building which was once home to the famous Eel Pie Recording Studios. The building is located on the south side of Broadwick Street, in the heart of Soho. The entrance is set back off the street and is accessed via a private courtyard.
Soho is a lively and energetic village of the West End surrounded by restaurants, bars and clubs. 45 Broadwick Street was also once home to Eel Pie Recording Studios. Tottenham Court Road (Crossrail from Dec 2018) and Oxford Circus underground stations are within walking distance of the building.
The available floors provide creative office space with lots of character. There is a good level of natural light on both floors, with the added benefit of a large skylight and exposed rafters on the 2nd floor.
The main staircase is covered by a glass atrium, which further enhances the feeling of light throughout the building. There are WCs on each landing and there is a shower on the 1st floor.
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