Part of the 80 Charlotte Street campus, 89 Whitfield Street offers 4,090 sq ft of self-contained, ground floor office space.
89 Whitfield Street forms part of 80 Charlotte Street - a new landmark, all-electric office building in the heart of thriving Fitzrovia.
Commanding an island site and comprising an impressive collection of amenities for its inhabitants, it feels like a microcosm of London life. You’ll enjoy effortless access to the Lantana café, the building’s bar, a multipurpose community hub, cycle and shower facilities, a roof terrace with far-reaching views and a peaceful pocket park.
Already home to Arup, Boston Consulting Group and Lee & Thompson, this is a world- class business destination that serves all your work, social and wellbeing needs in one prime, central location.
3 minutes' walk
5 minutes' walk
Great Portland Street
8 minutes' walk
8 minutes' walk
Tottenham Court Road
10 minutes' walk
This mixed-use scheme completed in June 2020 and comprises 322,000 sq ft of offices, 43,000 sq ft of residential (10,000 sq ft affordable housing), 12,000 sq ft of retail and a new public realm park. It has been designed by leading architects Make.
The offices are now fully pre-let following lettings to Arup (133,600 sq ft, £9.7m pa), The Boston Consulting Group (164,150 sq ft, £14.0m pa), Elliott Wood (11,000 sq ft) and Lee & Thompson (13,000 sq ft).
- Air Source Heat Pumps on the roof provide heating and cooling and therefore avoiding the need for traditional gas boilers which are more carbon intensive
- 80m2 of solar thermal panels located on the roof will heat the domestic hot water reducing the building’s requirement for grid electricity
- Designed to achieve 28% lower embodied carbon intensity than the RICS benchmark, with estimated embodied carbon of 850kg CO2e per m2, versus the RICS Building Carbon Database (offices) average benchmark of 1177kg CO2e per m2
- BREEAM Excellent (achieved at design stage)
- Targeting LEED Gold
- Targeting EPC B
16 June 2020
11 September 2017
28 February 2017
20 September 2011