The Howard de Walden Estate is pleased to announce that TDR Capital, a leading London based private equity firm, has signed to increase its office space in a newly refurbished building, Four Bentinck Street.
TDR, a long-standing occupier of Howard de Walden, has occupied c. 22,000 sq ft across four floors in 20 Bentinck Street for the last ten years. It is now expanding its operations and adding the 11,965 sq ft boutique building to its footprint. Located in the heart of Marylebone, this striking building, which has been beautifully restored by award winning Hale Brown architects, provides all the necessary amenities occupiers now expect.
Spread across six floors, the building benefits from open plan space, featuring two terraces and an outdoor breakout space, all linked by interconnecting stairs and a passenger lift. The building will also provide TDR with secure bike storage and shower facilities.
As part of Howard de Walden’s commitment to sustainability across its buildings and making net gains on the area’s biodiversity, the refurbishment work involved installing two wildflower green roofs and a ground source heat pump.
Ideally located amongst an eclectic mix of other local occupiers, ranging from household names to innovative tech start-ups, the location benefits from the nearby award-winning restaurants, hotels bars and retailers of Marylebone Village.
Paul Bakker, Property & Asset Management Director at Howard de Walden commented:
“TDR’s expansion within the Estate highlights that, as we move back to a more normal way of life following the end of pandemic restrictions, demand for office space remains high as both employers and employees realise the value in returning to the workplace.
“The work carried out by the Howard de Walden team and Hale Brown architects has resulted in a beautifully restored building that will serve the needs of TDR Capital’s expansion and its workforce.”
Tom Mitchell, Managing Partner at TDR Capital commented:
“We are very excited to expand our operations to 4 Bentinck Street, offering fantastic facilities which will provide excellent workspaces for our team and partners.
While the pandemic has disrupted office working for the last two years, we believe in and understand the importance of meeting face-to-face with clients and colleagues and are looking forward to doing so in our new space, surrounded by the excellent amenities Marylebone Village has to offer.”
Bluebook London acted on behalf of The Howard de Walden Estate.