Place

A vibrant new retail destination in the heart of the West End

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.

Food & Drink

  1. 100 Wardour Street
  2. Arcade Food Theatre
  3. Cafe Boheme
  4. Circolo Popolare
  5. Kettner’s
  6. J Sheekey
  7. Planet Organic
  8. Quo Vadis
  9. Ronnie Scott’s

Hotels

  1. Charlotte Street Hotel
  2. The London EDITION
  3. The Mandrake Hotel
  4. Soho House

Retail

  1. Apple Regent Street
  2. Champion Store
  3. END Clothing
  4. Flannels
  5. Foyles
  6. Fred Perry
  7. JD Sports
  8. Liberty London
  9. Lululemon
  10. Monki
  11. Next
  12. Palace Skateboards
  13. Primark
  14. Samsung Experience Store
  15. Skechers
  16. Supreme
  17. TK Maxx
  18. UNIQLO
  19. United Colors Of Benetton
  20. Urban Outfitters
  21. VANS
  22. ZARA

Gyms

  1. 1Rebel Holborn
  2. Digme Fitness
  3. Gymbox
  4. Third Space
  5. YMCA Club

Occupiers

  1. 20th Century Fox Film Co
  2. Estée Lauder
  3. Facebook
  4. Fashion Retail Academy
  5. Google CSG
  6. McKinsey
  7. NBCUniversal

2018

  1. Plaza,
    120 Oxford Street
  2. 73-89 Oxford Street
  3. Centre Point,
    St Giles Square

2019

  1. The Post Building,
    New Oxford Street

2021

  1. 70-88 Oxford Street
  2. Emperor,
    25-27 Oxford Street
  3. Ilona Rose House,
    Manette Street
  4. Outernet,
    St Giles High Street

2022

  1. Castlewood House,
    77–91 New Oxford Street

2023

  1. 134-140 Oxford Street

2027+

  1. Holden House,
    54-68 Oxford Street
  2. 29-43 Oxford Street

Discover

2.5
2.5% annual growth in London GDP 2018-2023
26.3
26.3 million international tourist arrivals to London by 2030
13
13 billion retail spend in the West End by 2023 (48% growth)
1,200
£1,200 per sq ft — department store sale densities on Oxford Street
48
The Elizabeth Line will see a 48% increase in retail sales to £13billion on Oxford Street by 2023
24
24% lower — the difference in prime retail rents between Oxford Street east vs west
70
One Oxford Street will be directly adjacent to the new Elizabeth line interchange at Tottenham Court Road station; annual passenger numbers through the station to reach 70 million by 2023
17
Footfall at One Oxford Street post the opening of the Elizabeth line 17 million annually
2.5
2018-2026 — London leads other cities by 2.5% in terms of economic growth forecasts
200
200 million people visit the West End each year; the Elizabeth line will bring an additional 68 million people into the area between 2019-2023 (NWEC)
*
Oxford Street east has evolved into a technology media and creative hub

Coming soon...

Outernet is a global network of connected entertainment districts where communities can come together to enjoy culture in new breath-taking ways.

Launching in London, and located directly opposite One Oxford Street, Outernet will offer visitors a compelling schedule of music, arts and entertainment presented on the world’s largest LED screens, along with exciting places to eat, drink and watch live music.

An area known for its stellar line-up of flagship stores, the West Endis 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

We are connected

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.

Stations

2min
Charing Cross
4min
Euston
5min
Waterloo
7min
Victoria
8min
Liverpool Street
9min
King's Cross
12min
Paddington

Airports

32min
London City
37min
Heathrow
52min
Gatwick
58min
Stansted
66min
Luton

Elizabeth Line

One Oxford Street is uniquely situated directly above Tottenham Court Road Underground station and the forthcoming Elizabeth line. When operational, it is anticipated that 170,000 passengers per day will travel on the Elizabeth line*.

Get in touch

Kenningham Retail

020 7637 7188
David Kenningham
Mark Serrell

Savills

020 7409 8171
Anthony Selwyn
Sam Foyle

We are making space for you

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 (pre-let to Nimax Theatres) and public realm leading directly through to Soho Square. The five new retail units over ground, lower ground and first floors total 35,600 sq ft.

Space