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We have created stunning design-led dedicated flexible workspaces set within Marylebone’s quaint, peaceful and charming surround, it’s combination of high-end retailers within and around Selfridges, fine dining and Georgian residential streets give it a unique atmosphere. When you want to take a break from work, you’re spoilt for choice here. Selfridges is directly opposite 33 Duke Street and it’s not just a wonderful shopping experience, Selfridges cinema is located on the lower ground floor offering an intimate space for a glass of wine, a cocktail and the best films. Manchester Square Park is 150m up Duke Street and Portman Square 200m to the West, so if a head-clearing stroll out of the office around the green parks is required it’s just around the corner. Eating out, it’s here as well - located in the façade of the Duke Street entrance, is the Brasserie of Light from Caprice Holdings offering all-day dining in a chic, Art Deco space. From sunrise to late, the restaurant and bar menus offer something for everyone. Or head to the roof if you’re looking for a totally unique, decadent twist on your summer staycation, for Dior’s takeover of the rooftop restaurant, inspired by the French Riviera. With a menu composed of dishes selected by the House, including some of Monsieur Dior’s favourites and drinks that pay tribute to Dior’s history, this is the ultimate dining destination for the summer, or try one of our favourites AOK Kitchen and their hidden basement bakery just past Manchester Square. Key Selling Points: - Location / with brand exposure directly opposite Selfridges (large windows) - Brand new high-end finish - Private floors with fully equipped and stocked kitchenettes
Duke Street sits on the intersection between Mayfair & Marylebone, Duke stretching from Grosvenor Square in Mayfair to Manchester Square in Marylebone, Marylebone is seen by many as London’s upmarket metropolitan village and is like no other area of central London.