This 1960s office building is home to Cath Kidston’s flagship store, which occupies the basement, ground, mezzanine and first floor. Modern office accommodation is arranged over the remaining floors of the seven-story property. Built between 1960 and 1962, the office building spans 178-180 Piccadilly. It is clad in Portland stone and features crittle windows. Once the home to French Railway Company SNCF, it is also known as French Railways House. Fully furnished offices at the property’s business centre overlook Piccadilly, providing bright and comfortable spaces for small- and medium-sized enterprises. Each of the 35 offices is beautifully decorated with stylish furniture. To let you customise your space and make it feel like your own, all offices are unbranded. Spaces are available with all-inclusive one month contracts, and only a month’s notice is needed to end your contract. This gives you greater flexibility if your business needs change. A spacious reception area has friendly staff to welcome visitors, answer telephone calls in your company’s name, and provide secretarial support. The business centre also has superb facilities for printing and copying as well as high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi. There are nine dedicated meeting rooms with access to a professional support service that ensures your discussion or event runs smoothly.
Representing the sophistication you come to expect from the St James's/Mayfair area, 180 Piccadilly provides luxurious office solutions in a business centre environment. The property is in the heart of one of London’s most exclusive districts. Buckingham Palace, the Royal Academy of Arts, Bond Street, Fortnum & Mason, The Ritz Hotel, and other historic landmarks are a short walk from the centre. Within five minutes of 180 Piccadilly are Piccadilly Circus and Green Park tube stations. Green Park is on the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines, and Piccadilly Circus is on the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. Charing Cross station with tube and mainline rail services is about a 15-minute walk south-east of the office building. Several bus routes also run along Piccadilly and stop just opposite the property.