Euston Road runs through Central London and Camden as part of Inner Ring Road from Marylebone Road to King’s Cross. Euston Railway Station takes its name from the road and, as the terminus for multiple lines, is the sixth busiest train station in London. The intercity station of Euston opened in 1837 before being replaced in the 1960s, and to this day, it provides essential transportation links alongside buses, hotels, and shops for sale.
Euston Road has somewhat more to offer, with offices to let, municipal buildings, hotels, and shops. Popular attractions include the Arch or original Euston Station entrance, Wellcome Collection, British Library, and the St. Pancras Hotel and Station. The boutiques of nearby Marlebone High Street, and the two tower blocks of offices, shops, and apartments that is Euston Tower.
As part of this district’s larger transformations, the Euston Station redevelopment works to establish it as a modern transport hub with the addition of high-speed rail. At the same time, this programme will rejuvenate and create a range of residential, business, public, and community investment property for sale. Similarly, 350 Euston Road or Regent’s Place is a 13-acre, managed and mixed-use campus that serves 20,000 or so workers and residents. These projects will continue to rejuvenate this hub of activity, providing key benefits for Euston investors.