London, W1

Whitfield Court.



This freehold building comprises part of the Estates & Agency Group’s holdings in Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street and Whitfield Street, London, WC2. Upon acquisition by The Estates & Agency Group, it formed part of Kings Court. In a major refurbishment, it was converted into a self contained office building, extending to three floors of offices above retail. This was achieved by reconfiguring the existing fire escape on Whitfield Street into a new entrance and by the installation of a new dedicated passenger lift.

The Ground floor and basement are occupied by a Tesco Metro convenience store.

40 Whitfield Street.



40 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 either completed or currently underway.

The entirety of this freehold property is let to Independent Talent Group.

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Kings Court.



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.

85 Piccadilly.



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. The property itself overlooks Green Park, and has been in the E&A portfolio since the Company was acquired in 1979. This freehold forms a central holding within the E&A Portfolio.

The property comprises fourteen apartments, together with HIDE, a substantial Michelin Starred Restaurant set over three storeys. The Michelin Star was awarded in HIDE’s first year of operation, and it was also recipient of the GQ UK Restaurant of the Year Award 2019.

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Axtell House.



Axtell House, 1 minutes’ walk and indeed visible from the world famous Regent Street, is a fine Victorian building. This area is a transport and commercial hub, popular with international businesses, offering world-class shopping, theatre and eating experiences right on the doorstep.

Axtell House was updated and much improved by The Estates and Agency Group in 2001. In 2017, upon securing vacant possession, the building was the subject of comprehensive reconstruction and refurbishment. In particular, the core of the building was removed and repositioned, the 4th to 6th floors were totally removed and reconstructed, the office entrance was completely remodelled, and a striking roof garden and meeting space was added.

This property was let in 2019 to VF Northern Europe Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of VF Corporation, based in Denver, Colorado. It was founded in 1899 and is quoted on the New York Stock Exchange.

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