A truly unique opportunity to occupy an entire island on Oxford Street in one of the most dramatic retail buildings in the West End.
334-348 Oxford Street has been substantially refurbished to include the UK's first ever ‘kinetic facade’. Designed by Ned Khan, 187,000 aluminium shingles cover the whole building creating one of the most eye catching, flagship spaces on Oxford Street.
Escalators connect seven vast floors throughout the entire building, a beautiful glass atrium pours natural light through each floor.
Currently the retail is arranged over five floors, basement to 3rd – whilst the 4th and 5th floors are fully fitted offices – which can be separated by agreement.


Escalators to each floor

Superb floor to ceiling
heights on each floor

Dedicated loading bay

Passenger lifts to
all floors

Powerful signage

High quality retail fit out /
restaurant extraction

Accommodation (GIA)

Floor Sq Ft Sq M
Ground 48,047 4,463.7
First 47,619 4,424.0
Second 47,531 4,415.3
Third 47,682 4,429.8
Fourth (offices) 47,656 4,427.4
Fifth (offices) 45,910 4,265.2
Lower Ground 57,114 5,306.1
Total 341,559 31,731.5



Upon Application.

Use Class E

Retail, restaurant, gym/leisure, gallery/arts/culture,
co-working/office, healthcare.


Strictly by appointment only via the freeholders joint
agents, staff unaware.
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