Make your mark on Oxford Street

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Perfectly placed – opposite Crossrail

With the new Tottenham Court Road station directly opposite 70–88 Oxford Street, the Elizabeth line will bring more people to central London and your retail door. Join established retailers and make your brand unmissable on one of Europe’s most iconic shopping streets.

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48 Trains per hour

Running east-west across London1

200 Million People

Will be served by crossrail each year2

66 Million people

Will use tottenham court road station in 20223

Sources: 1. crossrail.co.uk, 2. TFL Railplan Data, Arop analysis, 3. NWEC revised estimates

View looking north from Tottenham Court Road Station exit at Dean Street

 

Already attracting the best

There’s a spectrum of sectors in the area, from architectural firms and film studios to tech companies (including Facebook) and management consultancies. Established retailers include the likes of Benetton and Zara, alongside London food and hospitality institutions, such as Hakkasan and the Edition Hotel.

The Arcade Food Theatre, Centre Point

Boom: Battle Bar

Soho Place

Rathbone Square

Outernet London

Chateau Denmark

Aerial view of Outernet London

 

In good company

As well as retail and lifestyle trailblazers, the neighbourhood is home to brand new offices, including right above you; residential developments, such as Centre Point; and food, drink and cultural venues, including the Nimax Theatre at Soho Place.

Join experiential game-changers

Oxford Street never stands still and that’s more true than ever. The east side, where 70–88 is located, will also be home to an immersive media and entertainment first: Outernet London. This includes the world’s largest wrap-around screens in the Now Building, a 2,000 capacity live events venue and independent restaurants and bars.