Great Portland Estates’ buildings are managed to high exacting standards by our in-house Portfolio Management and Occupier Services teams who build long-term relationships with our occupiers. Our approach at 54 Jermyn Street is no different with a dedicated building management team providing a manned reception, 24 hour security and maintenance on call. All of which aims to provide excellent customer service to our occupiers.
‘‘We have a great working relationship with Great Portland Estates. They’ve proven themselves a helpful, proactive landlord and have always met our needs quickly and efficiently. The building is brilliant and we’re happy to be dealing with a conscientious professional management company.’’
Bogna Wleklinska, Head of Administration
PMM Group, occupier at 54 Jermyn Street
Great Portland Estates is a FTSE 250 property investment and development company owning more than £3 billion of office, retail and residential space in central London.
Formerly a post office warehouse, the 2.3 acre site located just 50 yards from Tottenham Court Road station and the soon-to-open Crossrail has been transformed into a vibrant new addition to London’s West End. As well as 243,000 sq ft of office space pre-let to Facebook, Rathbone Square provides 142 private residential apartments seamlessly stitched into the heart of London and a carefully curated and characterful choice of cafés, shops and restaurants surrounding one of the first new squares created in central London in 100 years.
GPE took a surrender of an existing lease at 160 Great Portland Street from Virgin Media. The 8-storey building with full height glazed atrium was subsequently pre-let in its entirety to Double Negative in early 2011. The refurbishment involved a collaborative redesign of the intended scheme to meet the occupier’s needs and was completed, on time, in May 2012.
Elm Yard is a newly refurbished office building across 12 floors, providing a total of 51,200 sq ft of airconditioned offices with average floorplates of circa 4,000 sq ft, stunning views across London and a vibrant landscaped courtyard. The building features a separate 12,000 sq ft courtyard studio with 3 private courtyards and feature roof lights.
A new 140,000 sq ft development that was pre-let to international law firm Bird & Bird LLP. It occupies an island site next to the Commercial Courts and completed in November 2015.
A 100,000 sq ft striking new office and retail development designed in the West End, between the thriving restaurants and bars on James Street and yards from Selfridges on Duke Street. GPE successfully let all the 82,000 sq ft of offices within 6 weeks of completion and 2,370 sq ft of restaurant space to Jason Atherton’s Social Wine & Tapas.
A new 100,000 sq ft office development on the corner of Regent Street and Margaret Street. Savills acquired the 98,000 sq ft of offices as its new headquarters, prior to the building’s completion in December 2012.
84 Great Portland Street is part of a mixed-use scheme including 18,000 sq ft of pre-let offices, 15 residential apartments and 12,000 sq ft of retail space. The property underwent a transformational refurbishment that completed in early 2017 to create a new self-contained office. The dynamic and creative workspace in the heart of Fitzrovia features bright double height spaces, an open spiral staircase and feature roof lights.
87,000 sq ft mixed use scheme at the eastern end of Oxford Street. 43,000 sq ft office pre-let to Moneysupermarket.com Group and 44,000 sq ft of retail pre-let to Benetton and New Look.
Set in a well-connected location in the heart of Fitzrovia, 55 Wells Street will provide 4,500 sq ft of new restaurant space and 29,500 sq ft of brand new, light-filled offices with upper floor terraces providing great views across London.
240 Blackfriars Road is an architecturally striking, 19-storey tower designed by award winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. Developed by the Great Ropemaker Partnership, it offers occupiers 11,000 sq ft modern office floors with fantastic river views provided by the floor-to-ceiling glazing. The building completed in 2014 and is now home to a number of tenants including media and publishing company UBM, law firm Boodle Hatfield and Lonely Planet.
Completed in November 2016, Thirty Broadwick is Soho’s newest 90,000 sq ft mixed use scheme. Set amongst the chic and creative bustle of one of London’s most exciting streets, it includes 84,000 sq ft of office space, 3,700 sq ft of terraces and 7,800 sq ft of fully let retail and restaurant.
Our portfolio consists of 56 properties totalling 2.8 million sq ft, with a development pipeline totalling c1.7 million sq ft of potential new space.
We aim to deliver superior returns to our shareholders by unlocking the often hidden potential in retail and office property in central London.
113,300 sq ft mixed use development including office, retail and a hotel located in Whitechapel. The property is currently unoccupied and has planning consent for an additional three floors, taking the total net internal area to 76,500 sq ft. Freehold land to the rear of Cityside House will also be transformed to provide amenity space for the future occupiers of Cityside House.
Due for commencement 2018.
160,000 sq ft mixed use development, including 153,000 sq ft of office space with terraces on every floor, a 4,000 sq ft main entrance with interconnecting café & tenant lounges, and 5,000 sq ft of café & restaurants space.
Due for completion Q2 2018.
90,000 sq ft mixed use scheme fronting Oxford Street. 55,000
sq ft of office and 35,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant.
Due for commencement 2018.
224,000 sq ft mixed use scheme on a 1.3 acre site that is bound by Hanover Square, Tenterden Street, New Bond Street and Brook Street. Once completed, our Hanover Square estate will provide 170,400 sq ft of office accommodation across three buildings, 42,000 sq ft of prime retail and restaurant space predominately fronting New Bond Street and six residential units positioned on the junction of New Bond Street and Brook Street totalling 12,300 sq ft. The entire development is planned around a new public piazza, accessible from New Bond Street, Hanover Square and Tenterden Street.
Due for commencement 2018.