The new Tottenham Court Road
The area surrounding Tottenham Court Road is fast becoming one of London’s premier destinations. Earlier this summer Andrew Borde Street was closed as we continue to work with surrounding stakeholders on the creation of the new square at the base of Centre Point. The new Tottenham Court Road station entrance next to Centre Point will fully open in December.
We recently confirmed that rhubarb will be opening a new restaurant at Centre Point. They have appointed SAY Architects to create a bold and vibrant interior that will feature digital art and reflect their creative and innovative approach to hospitality. Whilst the concept is still being delivered, rhubarb already operate in some of London’s most iconic sites including the Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace, Saatchi Gallery and Royal Ascot Racecourse.
The latest edition of the UK Michelin Guide was recently published, and with it an updated list of all the London restaurants. At current count, London has 53 restaurants with one Michelin star, nine restaurants with two Michelin stars and two restaurants with an impressive three stars. Over half of these restaurants are in London’s West End.
Investment is also being made in other key landmarks near Centre Point. Further up Oxford Street, Selfridges is investing £300 million in its flagship store, for an even better customer experience and The Royal Opera House, one of 40 theatres in the West End, is undergoing a £35m redevelopment.