Soho is arguably one of the most popular parts of London. When the country was emerging from the various lockdowns, Soho’s streets were the first to fill. Office workers want to be in the buzz. Why locate yourself on a tube journey or further away from where you want to be? There is a plethora of cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants, consisting of both institutions that draw you in again and again mixed in with new venues demonstrating the latest food and beverage fashions.
Whilst bounded in part by the shops of Regent Street and Oxford Street, Carnaby Street is the reason a number of people go shopping in London. Shoppers spill from here into a number of its side streets filled with boutique shops and deeper into Soho discovering that each street has its own character like Berwick Street and Old Compton Street.
Soho has been the home to Kingly since its inception and that is unlikely to change. We are big fans and have advised on a number of sales and purchases in the district. However, we’re not the only ones who like it so it is competitive to buy a property. There are some streets best left to the special purchasers of that micro-location, but we would love to help anyone target the areas where the chance of success is the highest.