2-10 Princeton Street is situated on the north side of Princeton Street, bounded by Theobald’s Road to the north and High Holborn to the south, two of London’s key arterial roads from east to west.
The property is of brick construction and provides a total of 17,921 sq ft of commercial accommodation and 2,616 sq ft of residential accommodation over 6 storeys comprising lower ground, ground and four upper floors.
The commercial accommodation is located from lower ground to third floor, accessed via the main reception on Princeton Street. The accommodation benefits from regular floor plates with good natural light.
The four two-bed residential flats are located on the fourth floor of the property. These are accessed from the rear of the property.
There are 20 car parking spaces to the rear of the property.
The commercial accommodation occupied by City, University of London provides a mixture of meeting rooms and lecture rooms with ancillary offices and storage on the lower ground floor.
The majority of accommodation benefits from a VRF air conditioning system, suspended ceilings and recessed fluorescent lighting.
There are two lifts located at the north and southern entrances.
The lift servicing the Princeton Street entrance has access to the commercial accommodation, whilst the rear lift at the northern entrance provides access to the residential accommodation.
2-10 Princeton Street benefits from excellent transport links across London. Holborn underground station is situated to the south of the property providing access to the Central and
Piccadilly lines. Chancery Lane (Central Line) and Russell Square (Piccadilly line) stations are also within a close walking distance.
Theobald’s Road to the north and High Holborn to the south provide a number of key bus routes providing connectivity south to Waterloo as well as north to King’s Cross and St Pancras.
Elizabeth Line (Crossrail)
Within ten minutes’ walk are Farringdon and Tottenham Court Road stations – two major Elizabeth Line hubs.
Due to open in 2021, the Elizabeth Line will significantly improve access across Central London. Europe’s largest infrastructure project will boost Central London rail capacity by 10% and bring an extra 1.5 million people within a 45 minute commute of Central London.