Property of the week

Posted on Mar 1, 2013

Designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, his first work in the UK the new mixed use development was built at a cost of £450,000 and was completed in the summer of 2010. With restaurants such as Byron Burgers and Jamie Oliver’s Union Jack occupying the majority of the ground floor commercial space in the Piazza above at 5 Central St Giles is the 15-storey west block for residential use, providing 109 flats of which 53 are designated as affordable.

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The much larger horseshoe-shaped eastern block, standing 11 storey’s high, encircles a publicly accessible courtyard comprising 27% of the site’s area. It provides 37,625 m² of office space with by far the largest floor plates of any office block in the West End of London, with 4,000 m² on all but the top two floors. The block is irregularly shaped with recesses, projections and roof terraces intended to make it look more interesting and to break up its bulk.

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Asking Price £1,300,000

Hurford Salvi Carr offer to the market an immaculate and extremely well presented seventh floor one bedroom apartment with balcony located in the West block. This apartment boasts under floor heating, comfort cooling and 24hr concierge.

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On the seventh floor of the development, Central St Giles is situated just off Oxford Street and on the corner of Covent Garden, Soho, Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia. Closest underground station Tottenham Court Rd

Register your interest in Central St Giles Piazza here, or call 020 7299 3322
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Phin Twiselton

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As one of the founder members of West End office Phin joined us in 2007 after previously working in Central London for 10 years. With his extensive knowledge and experience of the West End market Phin has built up a vast database of clients consistently giving them accurate and expert advice.

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