Estates & Agency Holdings Limited

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Our portfolio

Our property portfolio

We are proud of our properties which include iconic buildings in some of the most desirable business locations in central London.

These are some of our Freehold properties:

  • 85 Piccadilly, London W1

    85 Piccadilly is one of London’s most prestigious addresses. The street is home to The Ritz Hotel, The Royal Academy, Fortnum and Mason and the Japanese Embassy, and the property itself overlooks Green Park. This has been in the E&A portfolio since the Company was acquired and forms a central holding within the business.

  • Kings Court, 64-67 Tottenham Court Road / 2-16 Goodge Street, London, W1

    The building was once the famous Catesby's Linoleum Emporium, built in 1904 by Edward Catesby in a flamboyant Free Renaissance style with Arts and Crafts influences. The ornately carved stonework and startlingly red Swedish Virgo Granite facings make this, after much careful modernisation, a striking home to a mix of quality businesses.

    This impressive building comprises part of the Estate & Agency Group's holdings in Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street and Whitfield Street, London, W1. Altogether this amounts to an area of 0.45 acre which represents 30,000 sq ft. of retail and 42,000 sq ft. of quality office space.

  • 40 Whitfield Street, London, W1

    Again, part of the Tottenham Court Road/Goodge Street complex, Whitfield Street runs parallel to Tottenham Court Road and is at the heart of NOHO – the highly fashionable area attractive to many creative, fashion, media and technology businesses. With tube stations and the new Crossrail interchange within a short walk, this area is becoming more and more popular with a large number of substantial residential, commercial and hotel developments currently underway.

  • The Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith Street, London, SW1

    Formerly The Old Westminster Library, this is an imposing historic Grade II listed building which was first opened to the public in 1893. After very sympathetic restoration and conversion it now provides residential accommodation on the upper floors and is home to the award winning restaurant The Cinnamon Club, which allows customers to dine in the elegance of the preserved old library.

  • 33 Ely Place, London EC1

    33 Ely Place is the London headquarters for Estates and Agency. Constructed in 1772 on land previously occupied for centuries by The Bishopric of Ely this private road is an oasis of peace, traffic-free in the commercial heart of London. The Regency architecture of the building, and indeed the road, is well preserved. The street is also home to St Etheldreda's Church – built in the 1200’s it is one of London’s oldest buildings.

  • Axtell House, 23/24 Warwick Street, London, W1

    Axtell House, 1 minutes’ walk from world famous Regent Street is a fine Victorian building much updated and improved by Estates and Agency in 2001. This area is a transport and commercial hub, popular with international businesses, offering world-class shopping, theatre and eating experiences right on the doorstep.