Unit 190-192 Baker Street
Baker Street Underground StationLondon - Marylebone, , NW1 5RU

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190-192 Baker Street, Baker Street Underground Station, London - Picture 2017-06-28-11-49-17



5,605 sq ft


To Let





The unit is one door removed from the Baker Street entrance to the ticket hall and benefits from frontages/entrance into the ticket hall. It is arranged over ground floor and basement and is suitable for a wide range of occupiers. Nearby occupiers include Yo! Sushi, HSBC, Boots, Pret a Manger and Accessorise.


This prominent unit is located on the northern section of Baker Street and forms part of Baker Street Station which is located in the highly desirable area of Marylebone. Baker Street Underground Station is in Zone 1 and is serviced by the Metropolitan, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Hammersmith & City and Circle Lines.

Marylebone High Street and Ocford Street are in close proximity and there are a number of extremely popular nearby attractions including Madame Tussauds, the Sherlock Holmes Museum, Lord’s Cricket Ground and Regent’s Park. The University of Westminster also has a campus opposite the station and there is an affluent local residential community.

Baker Street Station is one of the busiest underground stations on the network with over 32 million people a year using the station and this unit forms part of Transport for London’s strategy to reposition the retail offering at this landmark station.


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The rent payable will be the higher of an agreed percentage of turnover net of VAT or base to be agreed. Offers in excess of £235,000 per annum are invited.

Lease Term

The premises are available by way of a new 10 year Lease granted outside of the security of tenure and compensation provisions of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 Part II (as amended).


The tenant is to be responsible for business rates. Interested parties are advised to verify business rates with the VOA or local authority.

Misrepresentation Notice

All the above information and descriptions (whether in the text, plans or photographs) are given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact. Any areas, measurements or distances referred to are approximate only.