Corinthian House occupies a prime position opposite the new entrance to East Croydon Train Station, within 200m of the platforms.
West Croydon station, with it’s East London Line Overground links, and the Tramlink light railway, is a few minutes’ walk away.
In addition, Boxpark, with it’s 32 restaurants and 2000 person capacity events space is within 320 metres’ walk.
Croydon’s town centre is undergoing an unprecedented level of investment and development including Stanhope and Schroder’s Ruskin Square mixed use development which is situated directly opposite and includes 1.25m sq. ft of offices and 100,000 sq. ft of retail and leisure amenities.
The Croydon Partnership’s proposed £1.4bn regeneration of the Centrale and Whitgift shopping centres will be anchored by a new 165,000 sq. ft John Lewis and Waitrose store. Corinthian House, positioned midway between the town’s new retail offer and East Croydon train station, offers businesses all the benefit of fast connectivity to Central London (within 20 minutes) at competitive occupier costs, with staff amenities on the doorstop.
Totalling 45,000 sq. ft with a generous car parking ratio of 1:800 sq. ft, Corinthian House is undergoing the latest phase of continued investment by the Landlord McKay Securities Plc. This will provide upgraded infrastructure including refurbished common parts and office accommodation as well as a remodelled reception for the benefit of all tenants.