Red Bull takes Covent Garden warehouse
The energy drinks firm has signed an 11-year lease and will occupy the Reception, Part Ground, Mezzanine and Third to Sixth floors. This will be their new London headquarters.
Seven Dials Warehouse is considered to be of national importance as a rare survival of an industrial warehouse in central London and was Grade II Listed in 2002. C
BRE Global Investors undertook a full-scale refurbishment of the office element of the building, with architects Gpad London Ltd, to provide a highly specified, contemporary office space which is sympathetic to the buildings rich history.
Seven Dials Warehouse comprises 40,000 sq ft of prime office space over six floors and has a 3,000 sq ft roof terrace with panoramic views across London.
It resides in the largely commercial neighbourhood in the WC2 postcode area between the West End theatre district of Shaftesbury Avenue and the fashionable shopping district around nearby Neal's Yard.
A location familiar to Londoners and tourists alike, Seven Dials is a unique small road junction where seven streets converge.
The location is well-served by transport networks including Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Holborn Underground stations all within a 10 minute walk.
Laura Wilson-Brown, director, separate accounts – UK, CBRE Global Investors said: “Seven Dials Warehouse is a unique building in an excellent location, which fits well with our client’s strategy of investing in quality assets in core locations.
“We are delighted with the refurbished scheme’s design and are pleased to welcome Red Bull as our tenant. Previous tenants to make Seven Dials Warehouse their headquarters include Facebook, Expedia and King.com.”
Published: 20 December 2017