Located on Old Compton Street close to its junction with Charing Cross Road, the site is in the heart of Soho and was formerly occupied by Melanie Italian restaurant.
Jane Imrie

18th century site of former Soho “institution” brought to market

A historic building in London’s West End has been brought to market for the first time in three decades.

Leisure property agency Shelley Sandzer has announced that it has brought 4-6 Old Compton Street to market.

Located on Old Compton Street close to its junction with Charing Cross Road, the site is in the heart of Soho and was formerly occupied by Melanie Italian restaurant.

The Grade II listed building, which dates back to the 18th century, comprises 1,817 sq ft of restaurant space across its ground floor and basement, with three upper floors containing seven apartments.

Nick Weir, co-managing director at Shelley Sandzer, commented: “This site has real history – bringing it to market for the first time in three decades is an exciting prospect at a crucial time for our industry.

“We are looking for an operator that can really complement the existing restaurants, cafés, and theatres, attracting its own crowd while also able to pick up on the natural footfall this area generates given its position in the heart of Soho.”

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