Located in the attractive and chic Fitzrovia district, New Cavendish Street enjoys a prime, central position close to many valued facilities and amenities. The street is part of an area that has a rich history and offers a unique and vibrant charm. Many of the attractions and sights nearby are centred around history and the arts. This includes places of interest such as All Souls Church Langham Place, Morton Metropolis, Pollock’s Toy Museum, Liberty of London, and Lazarides Gallery.
A variety of different businesses have taken retail space and offices to let on New Cavendish Street. The Energy Institute has its offices here and there are also many solicitors, accountants and medical practices on the street. Other businesses here include charity offices, training consultants, antique dealers and computer companies among others.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There is plenty of entertainment to enjoy around New Cavendish Street. Charlotte Street Blues showcases impressive live music. Wigmore Hall is also nearby and holds live classical musical performances. You can also find world class theatre performances and live comedy in the local vicinity. Travelling on foot from New Cavendish Street you will come across numerous restaurants offering everything from light bites and snacks to traditional British dishes, and fine international cuisine. The Crown and Sceptre is a gastropub offering hearty meals at affordable prices while Villandry gives you the chance to sample fine French cuisine in an elegant setting. Asian, Japanese, Spanish and Italian are just a few of the other culinary options that you can choose from.
New Cavendish Street is well served by various modes of transport, including London’s recently installed public bicycle scheme. Known affectionately as ‘Boris bikes’, the bikes can be hired for 24 hour periods by anybody with a debit card, and the scheme was designed to provide Londoners with an alternate commuting option that would also help its users keep fit. Great Portland Street and Goodge Street tube stations provide access to the underground network. Euston and Marylebone railway stations are both nearby, and buses and taxis pass through the area regularly.