Baker Street is one of London’s – if not Britain’s – most famous roads. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s masterpiece, Sherlock Holmes, was based at 221B. In real life, Marks & Spencer was headquartered here up until recently and Madame Tussauds wax museum remains a fixture along the street.
This space is on the corner of the building and features wrap-around windows at the front. It’s an ex-gallery that opens into a huge room on the ground floor. The walls are clean white, the floors are wooden and there’s a small cupboard for storage. Downstairs, the basement features a similar layout – great for a showroom – with a stockroom, toilets and a kitchen.
Baker Street station is an 8-minute walk to the north and Bond Street is 10 minutes to the south. So thousands of London’s shoppers will also be on your doorstep.
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This space has huge window exposure so think about how best to use this for maximum impact.
Capacity is 300 standing (200 Ground floor, 100 Lower Ground) or 260 seated (160 Ground floor, 100 Lower Ground)
Access provided from 7am and events can run through until 12am.
This venue can provide high spec AV equipment, catering, security and a dedicated duty manager if required.
Ask your concierge for a floor plan of this space.
The landlord warrants and undertakes that it has full authority to enter into this agreement and is not bound by any agreement with any third party that adversely affects this contract.
The landlord warrants and undertakes that the Premise will be provided to the Tenant at the latest day of 12/09/2019 without any defect or safety risk.