57 Warren Street: Ground Floor Shop with Basement – To Let

57 Warren Street: Ground Floor Shop with Basement – To Let

This property has recently become vacant, as the former tenant Miel has moved to one of our larger Warren Street premises.


Renowned as one of Fitzrovia’s well-established thoroughfares, Warren Street runs between Tottenham Court Road to the east and Cleveland Street to the west.  It forms an important link to the business and residential communities of Fitzroy Square, Charlotte Street and Whitfield Street. 57 Warren Street is well situated on the north side of the thoroughfare, moments’ walk from Warren Street (Northern & Victoria lines) and Great Portland Street (Metropolitan line) underground stations and only a few moments’ walk from bustling Tottenham Court Road itself.


Ground Floor : approx: 386 sq.ft

Lower Grd Floor: approx: 570 sq.ft

Lease: The Trust typically issues five year or ten year leases.

Rent: £39,500 per annum exclusive. Subject to Contract

In accordance with our small shops policy, we favour the types of businesses listed on our Lettings Policy page.

If you are interested, please contact James Lewis and Co.

Tel: 020 7631 4565

Email: brian@jameslewis.co.uk

54 Warren St Flats

54 Warren St Flats

54 Warren St Flats

The Trust has appointed a contractor to renovate four flats in a state of disrepair above the shop at 54 Warren Street and convert them into three brand-new flats.

They will consist of one three-bedroom and two one-bedroom flats. These will be managed by one of our housing association partners Notting Hill Genesis (NHG).

The works commenced on Monday 15th August and are expected to last four months.

Via the management agreement with NHG, the flats will be offered to Camden Council to provide affordable housing to people in housing need on Camden’s waiting list.

Toks Osanife

Toks Osanife

Toks Osanife

Sadly, Toks passed away on 23 April, this year.

For 15 years he looked after the playground which we manage on Whitfield Street, and he helped us in many other ways.

He was a joy to work with, and we will miss him enormously.


Photo credit: Fitzrovia Youth in Action