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New Cavendish Street

120 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6XX, UK

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120 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6XX, UK

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Building details

New Cavendish Street has all a business needs. A fashionable location with a village vibe. Close to the buzz of the West End but with serene Regent’s Park nearby for that all-important downtime. Inside, a building that exudes class: décor to impress your clients, modern offices to work in, comfy informal workspace and calm meeting rooms.

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The New Cavendish Street team has received a score of 9.6 by our clients.

Clients love this building because:

  • A choice of workspace zones: social, collaborative, private and meeting.
  • Newly refurbished ground floor reception.
  • Bright space with excellent natural light.
  • Close to Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street.

Excellent reception staff, great constant supply of free coffee, always clean, lots of different work zones and comfy furniture, what more could you need! Always ask for Pedro, he is extremely helpful and very friendly.

Joanna Fernandes

Transport connections

Nearest Stations

  • Oxford Circus (0.4 miles)
    • Bakerloo
    • Central
    • Victoria
  • Great Portland Street (0.3 miles)
    • Hammersmith & City
    • Circle
    • Metropolitan
  • Euston (0.8 miles)

Building amenities

  • 24/7 Access

    24/7 Access

  • Bike Racks

    Bike Racks

  • Club Space

    Club Space

  • Climate Control

    Climate Control

  • High Speed Internet

    High Speed Internet

  • Kitchen Facilities

    Kitchen Facilities

  • Local IT support

    Local IT support

  • Meeting Rooms

    Meeting Rooms

  • On-site Security

    On-site Security

  • Showers

    Showers

Plans & pricing

  • Private Office Image

    Private Office

    Starting from £720 pcm

    Your own private, secure office, plus unlimited access to Club Space. For 1-100+ people.

  • Club Space Image

    Club Space

    Starting from £135 pcm

    Unlimited access to a choice of workspaces across 30 buildings. Just drop in - there's no need to book.

  • Virtual Office Image

    Virtual Office

    Starting from £86 pcm

    An easy way to get a UK business address, mail handling and phone services.

  • Meeting Rooms Image

    Meeting Rooms

    Starting from £42 ph

    Meeting and training rooms available to book by the hour or day.

Technology

  • Internet access

    Fast, reliable and secure Internet Access is included in your license fee. If you require a dedicated line we can provide that, too, in increments of 5Mb. All Landmark buildings are equipped with dual circuits for added resilience.

  • Wireless

    As a Landmark client, you are also provided with a secure and private wireless access to accompany your internet access. Free guest wifi is provided in all Landmark buildings, simply ask reception for the login details.

  • Telephony

    State-of-the-art VoIP Telephony is available with a huge range of features as standard. Additional features such as call recording and call answering are also available, alongside a free call package within inclusive minutes to UK local and national landlines and UK mobiles.

  • Everything else

    We can also provide additional services such as Public Ip Addresses, Secure Rack Space, Analogue Lines and much more.

Client relationship manager

Gaetan Mallen

Gaetan Mallen

Our professional team is led by Gaetan who has come from the retail industry and has 15 years’ experience in customer service.

Available between

8.30am - 6.00pm Monday - Friday

Contact

120 New Cavendish Street, W1W 6XX

020 3440 5000

The local area

Central London

If you’re looking for your own private office in central London close to multinational businesses, this is it. Occupying a terrific location just up from Oxford Street, the building has a cool, professional feel with a range of workspaces including Club Space with that all-important unlimited coffee!

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Sergio's

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Picture Fitzrovia

Picture Fitzrovia

Upmarket sharing plates of British-European fare in a utilitarian-chic space. Picture started from a trio who worked together for years in Michelin-starred restaurants before deciding it was time to start their own venture.

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig lends its origin to the 1920’s Prohibition Era: 'Lucky' based on the notorious American mobster “Lucky Luciano,” and “Pig” a nod towards the Blind Pig watering holes where people gathered during the ban on hedonistic evenings of illicit drinking.

The Ship

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An airy 18th century pub and restaurant, The Ship has been standing proudly on the corner of Hanson and New Cavendish Street since 1772, being rebuilt in 1887. Orginally licensed in 1777, when it was known as The Centurian, it has been a familiar face in an ever changing neighbourhood.

The Crown & Sceptre

The Crown & Sceptre

Perched on the corner of Great Titchfield Street in this historically bohemian area, The Crown & Sceptre is the perfect setting for a laidback yet distinctly memorable drinking and dining experience. It offers tempting and flavoursome food and a diverse and explorative drinks menu.

BBC Broadcasting House

BBC Broadcasting House

BBC HQ and home, in particular, to the BBC's famous Radio Theatre, Broadcasting House is an iconic building in Portland Place.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since it first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was. There are many reasons for its enduring success, but at the heart of it all is good, old-fashioned curiosity.

Banksy in Fitzrovia

Banksy in Fitzrovia

Street art is everywhere in London, but who would have predicted that there would be a piece of art by Bristol’s most famous street artist, Banksy, in Fitzrovia itself? Located at the corner of Clipstone and Cleveland Street, just under the BT Tower, this Banksy piece is a stencilled rat with a message in dripping red paint.

Where to Eat

Bonnie Gull & Seafood Shack

Bonnie Gull & Seafood Shack

A former pop-up serving freshly-caught seasonal fish and seafood in a seaside-themed dining room. Many customers rave that it's their favourite seafood restaurant in the whole of London.

Sergio's

Sergio's

Italian trattoria with a personal touch, where light floods through large double-aspect windows. It holds a certificate of excellence and currently ranks within the top 200 restaurants (from over 18,000) in London on tripadvisor.

Picture Fitzrovia

Picture Fitzrovia

Upmarket sharing plates of British-European fare in a utilitarian-chic space. Picture started from a trio who worked together for years in Michelin-starred restaurants before deciding it was time to start their own venture.

Where to Drink

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig cocktail bar

The Lucky Pig lends its origin to the 1920’s Prohibition Era: 'Lucky' based on the notorious American mobster “Lucky Luciano,” and “Pig” a nod towards the Blind Pig watering holes where people gathered during the ban on hedonistic evenings of illicit drinking.

The Ship

The Ship

An airy 18th century pub and restaurant, The Ship has been standing proudly on the corner of Hanson and New Cavendish Street since 1772, being rebuilt in 1887. Orginally licensed in 1777, when it was known as The Centurian, it has been a familiar face in an ever changing neighbourhood.

The Crown & Sceptre

The Crown & Sceptre

Perched on the corner of Great Titchfield Street in this historically bohemian area, The Crown & Sceptre is the perfect setting for a laidback yet distinctly memorable drinking and dining experience. It offers tempting and flavoursome food and a diverse and explorative drinks menu.

What to Do

BBC Broadcasting House

BBC Broadcasting House

BBC HQ and home, in particular, to the BBC's famous Radio Theatre, Broadcasting House is an iconic building in Portland Place.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since it first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was. There are many reasons for its enduring success, but at the heart of it all is good, old-fashioned curiosity.

Banksy in Fitzrovia

Banksy in Fitzrovia

Street art is everywhere in London, but who would have predicted that there would be a piece of art by Bristol’s most famous street artist, Banksy, in Fitzrovia itself? Located at the corner of Clipstone and Cleveland Street, just under the BT Tower, this Banksy piece is a stencilled rat with a message in dripping red paint.

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