7 – 11 Herbrand Street, The Knowledge Quarter, London

Key statistics

Type

Office

 

Area

68,600 sq ft

Contracted Rent

£4.0m

Occupancy

100.0%

WAULT to Expiry

3.3 Years

Key Occupier

  • Thought Machine

Building Overview

Iconic Grade II listed ‘Art Deco’ headquarters commissioned in 1931  benefitting from:

  • 6 floors of contemporary office space
  • Column free floors of up to 14,945 SF
  • Large floor to ceiling heights, structural slab and large, column-free floor plates
  • Cycle space, showers and large roof terraces
  • 2 × 13-person passenger lift

Location Overview

  • 7-11 Herbrand Street is within 100 metres of Russel Square’s underground station
  • Within 15 minutes’ walk from the transport hubs of Euston, King’s Cross St. Pancras and Tottenham Court Road Station
  • Over the last 20 years, the Knowledge Quarter (King’s Cross – Bloomsbury – Euston area) has become the most established knowledge quarter in London
  • Area benefits from proximity to government backed life science and innovation organisations, including the Francis Crick Institute, UCL, and multiple private organisations such as Google
  • Hospitals including University College Hospital, St. Pancras Hospital or Great Ormond Street Hospital are also in the area