Food & Drink
- 100 Wardour Street
- The Arber Garden
- Arcade Food Hall
- Cafe Boheme
- Circolo Popolare
- Din Tai Fung
- J Sheekey
- Planet Organic
- Quo Vadis
- Ronnie Scott’s
Occupying a prime location in the heart of the West End, with Fitzrovia, Bloomsbury, Covent Garden and Soho on the doorstep, these five new retail units are uniquely placed to benefit from the footfall and spend growth projected for this eastern end of Oxford Street.
Outernet is a global network of connected entertainment districts where communities can come together to enjoy culture in new breath-taking ways.
Located directly opposite One Oxford Street, Outernet offers visitors a compelling schedule of music, arts and entertainment. At the epicentre of the campus, experience the world’s largest 360-degree, LED screens at The Now Building, where creative storytelling comes to life. Alongside, HERE at Outernet is a brand new 2,000 capacity live events venue – the largest of its kind to be built in central London since the 1940s. The venue’s diverse entertainment programme has so far showcased Annie Mac, Ricky Gervais and Alfie Templeman.
Also at Outernet, discover exciting places to eat and drink including Tattu who offer contemporary Chinese dining on The Now Building rooftop, and hotel Chateau Denmark, which brings together creative expression and fine architectural detail.
@sohoplace is the first new build West End theatre to open in 50 years.
Operated by Nimax Theatres, @sohoplace offers a state of the art, flexible 602 seat auditorium with perfect sight lines and acoustics, opening in the round. Spectators can also enjoy a new restaurant and bar on site.
The first production launched in October 2022, and an exciting line-up is to follow for 2023 from the prestigious theatre company.
One Oxford Street is part of the Soho Place development by Derwent London, a new 285,000 sq ft destination for London offices (pre-let to Apollo Global Management and G-Research), retail and theatre.
Connecting One Oxford Street, @sohoplace theatre, Charing Cross Road and Soho Square is a brand-new public realm – Soho Place. An ideal meeting place for Londoners to start their day or night out in the West End.
An area known for its stellar line-up of flagship stores, the West End is undergoing its own transformation into a destination retail district.John Carter, Senior Store Manager, Flagship Microsoft Store, Oxford Circus, Oxford Street 2022: The Vibrant Future Report
The investment will transform Oxford Street into a global destination for the 21st century, prioritising pedestrians additional green spaces, less traffic, zero-emission buses and significantly cleaner air.New West End Company
One Oxford Street benefits from excellent transport connections. In addition to the Elizabeth line, it has a total of 13 Underground stations within a 15 minute walk. The building is also excellently located for bus routes across London, and the national and international rail terminals of Euston, St Pancras, King’s Cross and Waterloo are just a short journey away.
One Oxford Street is uniquely situated directly above Tottenham Court Road Underground station and the Elizabeth line, offering the best arrival experience into the West End.
Since the opening of the Elizabeth line in May 2022, traffic at Tottenham Court Road station increased over a four month period by 11% vs. 2019 (pre-COVID), seeing over 13 million entries and exits and now rivalling Oxford Circus in terms of traffic*.
One Oxford Street is part of the Soho Place development by Derwent London, a new 285,000 sq ft destination for London with offices (pre-let to Apollo Global Management and G-Research), retail, theatre (@sohoplace, launched by Nimax Theatres) and public realm leading directly through to Soho Square. The five new retail units over ground, lower ground and first floors total 33,000 sq ft.Space