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The Building

61 Aldwych benefits from a prominent position on Kingsway and Aldwych. The building is spread over basement, ground and nine upper floors.

The building benefits from two entrances, the main reception which is directly off Aldwych, with an additional entrance located at 14 Kingsway. The main reception and lift lobbies have benefited from a comprehensive refurbishment.

Reception

Key Features

  • Prominent position on corner of aldwych and kingsway
  • Holborn, strand and covent garden are all within 5 minutes’ walk
  • Approximately 18,000 – 95,000 sq ft of fully refurbished office accommodation available
  • Dual entrances to the building off aldwych and kingsway

The Amenities include:

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New metal tile
suspended ceiling

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New led
lighting

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Fully accessible
raised floor

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Four pipe fan coil
air conditioning
system

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Double glazed
windows

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"Very good"
rating

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Cycle racks

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Shower facilities

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Second entrance
with lift access
via 14 kingsway

Availability

The Location

The building benefits from an excellent location on the corner of Aldwych and Kingsway, which links High Holborn to the north and Strand to the south. The building is within a short walking distance of a number of underground stations, as well as Charing Cross and Waterloo which provide numerous mainline rail connections.

  • Occupiers
    1. British American Tobacco
    2. BUPA
    3. LSE
    4. Mitsubishi
    5. Shell
    6. Google
    7. Mishcon De Reya
    8. Coutts
    9. Fladgates
    10. PWC
    11. Peloton
    12. ACCA
    13. Law Society
    14. Reed
    15. WSP
    16. Kings College London
  • Restaurants
    1. Roka
    2. The Savoy
    3. STK
    4. L’Atelier
    5. The Ivy
    6. Radio Rooftop Bar
    7. Balthazar
    8. The Delauney
    9. Rules
    10. Coopers
    11. Benugo
    12. Mirror Room and Holborn Dining Room
    13. Chicken Shop & Hubbard and Bell at The Hoxton
  • Leisure & Culture
    1. National Gallery
    2. Theatre Royal
    3. Aldwych Theatre
    4. Royal Opera House
    5. Somerset House
    6. Royal Festival Hall
    7. National Theatre
    8. Royal Courts of Justice
    9. Trafalgar Square
  • Connectivity
    Station Walking time
    Holborn 6 mins
    Temple 8 mins
    Covent Garden 9 mins
    Leceister Square 12 mins
    Charing Cross 12 mins
    Embankment 12 mins
    Chancery Lane 13 mins
    Tottenham Court Road 15 mins
Map of local area

Area Enhancement

The Strand Aldwych Project

Including a new public realm the vision is for the area to become a global creative and cultural quarter which will be an international beacon for creativity, enterprise and learning. The project will transform the once traffic-dominated gyratory into a pedestrian-focused destination with strong links to the surrounding districts by late 2022.

The scheme aims to:

  • Provide better movement of traffic
  • Improve the public realm
  • Improve links for walking and cycling
  • Improve air quality
  • Support culture, education and innovation
  • Support the area’s economy
THE STRAND ALDWYCH PROJECT
01
PEDESTRIAN-PRIORITISED STREETS AND NEW CROSSINGS
02
NEW STREET FURNITURE
03
READING SPACE
04
SOCIAL / EVENT LAWN
05
FLEXIBLE PLAZA
06
KNOWLEDGE HUB
07
SANCTUARY
08
SPLASH HUB
09
COLLECTIVE DINING
10
SPECTATOR LAWN
11
LARGE FLEXIBLE PLAZA
12
GARDEN ROOM
13
TRAFFIC-FREE PEDESTRIANISED ROUTES

Contacts

6,7 & 8 Tokenhouse Yard
London EC2R 7AS

The Walbrook Building
25 Walbrook
London EC4N 8AF