London – 56-58 Broadwick Street
0203 206 1333
Broadwick Street, known to many as the centre of Soho is situated perfectly between Carnaby Street and Berwick Street market.
It is most famous for being the location of the public water pump that was identified by John Snow, as the cause of the Cholera epidemic in 1854 that threatened to decimate London life. The John Snow pub and a replica pump on the corner of Poland Street, stand to commemorate his achievements.
Our Broadwick Street buildings are on a street with a wonderful village atmosphere, and beyond the large Victorian front door at number 56-58 are 17 spacious offices, all well-lit with natural day light, complete with informal meeting and breakout facilities, and original period features such as fireplaces and wooden paneling.