Paul Raymond opens the Raymond Revuebar as a private club in Walker's Court, Soho, to great popular acclaim. The Revuebar offered burlesque entertainment and strip tease. The Revuebar's famous neon sign was created by neon light artist Dick Bracey.
In the 1960s the Revuebar was a hit with the leading entertainment figures of the day. Paul Raymond bought the freehold to the Revuebar and had the beginnings of his Soho property portfolio.
Soho Estates completed the purchase of a portfolio of nine West End properties, including the Foyles book store on Charing Cross Road. In the space of one year Soho Estates replaced the value of the holdings given to Howard Raymond in the partition in 2011.
Planning permission was granted to redevelop Walker's Court. The scheme incorporates new retail and office space, as well as the reinstatement of the Boulevard Theatre and improved premises for two nightclubs - The Box and Madame Jojo's. Construction completed summer 2019.