7-9 William Road , London NW1

14,797 sq ft

  • Central Heating - low pressure hot water system with perimeter radiators
  • Comfort cooled conference room
  • Door Entry Phone System
  • Excellent floor to ceiling heights
  • Goods Lift
  • Male and female WC’s
  • Rear Road Access
  • Wood floors


This attractive, spacious building features flexible open plan floorplates, with wood block flooring, high ceilings and plentiful natural light. The accommodation also includes a Conference Room, Meeting Rooms, Video conferencing and a Café, as well as extensive accommodation, currently configured as a sequence of workshops – library, training centre, storage and IT facilities.

An auctioneers sale document of 1851 for a property on this site refers to a “range of buildings comprising part of a brewery establishment and containing stabling for 14 horses, lofts, coach and cart houses, couper’s shop and other conveniences.”

This distinctive building was imaginatively converted in 2009 by John McAslan + Partners (JMP) for their own use. JMP is one of the UK’s leading architectural practices, with an awardwinning portfolio which includes the recent and much-acclaimed transformation of King’s Cross Station. The practice has extensive experience in the imaginative adaptive re-use of historic buildings, including the Roundhouse in nearby Camden, now one of the capital’s most successful and popular cultural venues.

7-9 William Road benefits from this acclaimed practice’s vision – the architects have adopted a typically sensitive approach to the original historic fabric. As a result, the character of the original architecture is perfectly complemented by contemporary finishes, clean lines and a wealth of imaginative detailing.


William Road is a quiet thoroughfare immediately to the west of Hampstead Road and north of Regent’s Place and Euston Road.

Euston Road provides an important link through Central London, extending from Marylebone Road westwards to the A40, and via Pentonville Road eastwards to the City and beyond. This major thoroughfare acts as a northern boundary to the core West End office market and is located in the ‘north of Oxford Street’ sub market.

The proximity to the core West End and the excellent communications links nearby (Euston, St Pancras/Euro Star and King’s Cross stations, as well as Warren Street and Euston Square underground stations) means that the area has attracted a number of major office occupiers, including Network Rail, JP Morgan, Santander, Disney, UCLH and the General Medical Council.


The property is a converted warehouse and comprises approximately 14,797 sq.ft of offices arranged on lower ground, ground and three upper floors. The approximate net internal floor areas are as follows:

  • Third – 2,940 sq ft
  • Second – 2,951 sq ft
  • First – 2,829 sq ft
  • Ground – 2,628 sq ft
  • Lower ground – 3,449 sq ft
  • Total – 14,797 sq ft
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