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74-75 Old Broad Street, Liverpool Street

London, EC2M 1QT

Overview

Size

580 sq ft

Availability

To Let

Details

Description

The unit is currently occupied by Barkers. The space is arranged over ground floor. It has a good prominent frontage onto Old Broad Street and has a straight forward configuration. There is a narrow store room at the rear of the shop which is separated by a stud partition. The unit benefits from water and drainage.

Location

The subject unit sits at the entrance to Liverpool Street Underground Station on Old Broad Street in close proximity to Liverpool Street Mainline Station which is the third busiest station in the UK. Liverpool Street Underground Station services the Central, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City, and Circle lines, with a footfall of 60.28 million in 2017. With Crossrail opening at Liverpool Street in December 2018, the area will only continue to strengthen. The new station entrance will be in clear view of the unit, and this 5th line for the station will bring more people to the area which is in an already popular office location.

Financial

Rent

The rent will be either an agreed base rent, net of VAT, or an agreed percentage of turnover, whichever is higher. Offers in excess of £140,000 per annum are invited.

Lease Term

The unit is available by way of a new 6 year lease contracted outside of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, and is subject to a 6 month rolling Landlord break.

Rates

Rateable Value (2017) - £105,000 Rates Payable (2017/18) - £51,765 Interested parties are advised to check with the local council with regard to business rates.

Contacts

Agents

Cushman & Wakefield

Vicky Davies

07917 686837

Email agent

Transport for London

Company Representative

Email agent

Cushman & Wakefield

Alice Hershman

020 7152 5798

Email agent

Cushman & Wakefield

Michael Soetan

07766 133 130

Email agent

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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.