Soho 13, Soho W1

A unique development by Barratt, of just 13 individual apartments and penthouses arranged over the 6th, 7th and 8th floors with concierge in the very heart of W1. 

At Soho Thirteen, the layout of each residence has been individually crafted. All the apartments are finished with a number of distinctive features, such as generous terraces, open plan living spaces and exceptional detailing throughout. Both French limestone and solid wood floors enhance the appeal of these grand spaces, while floor to ceiling windows capture sunlight and rare views across the rooftops of Soho. Your apartment would be your tranquil retreat above the buzz of Soho.


In the heart of one of London’s most popular and historical neighbourhoods. The generous interiors at Soho Thirteen have been designed to accommodate a variety of functions. Whether relaxing or entertaining these spectacular apartments beautifully marry convenience with elegance. This heightened sense of comfort continues outdoors where large terraces provide great spaces to unwind, entertain or watch Soho go by.


  • 2 and 3 bedroom apartments available
  • Fully fitted kitchens with Miele appliances
  • Private balconies with most apartments
  • Unrivalled views across London
  • Ideally located for direct access across London
  • Private underground parking for all apartments



Soho 13 is positioned on Broadwick Street moments from Carnaby Street, Oxford Circus and is the epicentre of London’s cultural hub. Local transport links include;

  • Oxford Circus Underground Station (Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines) - 0.3 miles
  • Tottenham Court Road Underground Station (Central and Northern lines) - 0.5 miles
  • Leicester Square Underground Station (Northern line) - 0.5 miles

Home to some of the world’s most famous restaurants, bars and private members’ clubs it has come a long way since its days as a less salubrious area. In recent years its residential market has flourished, attracting significant interest from discerning buyers looking for the external charm of period buildings, combined with the high specification interiors found in new build apartments. 

This surge in popularity has resulted in average property prices in Soho increasing by 84% since 2010.