Our experts are on hand to help you find the perfect Bond Street office space to rent at cost effective prices. We have an extensive commercial property portfolio in the West End of London, offering private serviced office suites, shared and coworking space, hot desking opportunities, virtual office services, and short term rental on flexible terms.
Offering executive serviced office space for rent, this boutique business centre occupies a Grade II listed building on Brook Street in the exceptional business area of Mayfair in west Central London.
This outstanding period building in Brook Street dates back to 1897 and has been thoughtfully restored to offer 56 fully furnished and fitted office spaces for rent complete with Polycom VVX 410 telephone system and internet/wifi... More info
This centre is located directly opposite the famous Claridge's Hotel and benefits from an ideal location in the heart of London's West End. This modern business centre offers a flexible, affordable working environment and offices of varying standard and price are available for 1 to 20 desks. The building also benefits from three modern meeting rooms located on the ground floor. Other amenities on-site include IT support, reception services... More info
Opportunities for aspiring family office executives to operate within the umbrella of a well-run FCA regulated and structured family office. This modern office in central London offers shared office space, serviced offices and office leasing available. A beautiful, modern office space set on the 4th floor in Mayfair, London. Private offices and open plan space both available. 24 hour access to a modern board room with conference calling... More info
Reasons to Rent Bond Street Office Space
As one of the West End's busiest shopping destinations, Bond Street's main economic driver is retail, which has been an important force in the area since the eighteenth century. Bond Street, London remains home to many shops that often cater to upmarket shoppers. The Royal Arcade, Tiffany's, department store Fenwick, and many haute couture stores are found on Bond Street, London.
Auction houses Sotheby's and Bonhams are also based in the area. A number of art dealers and antique shops are clustered around Bond Street, particularly close to Sotheby's.
Bond Street sits between two of the West End's most sough-after districts, each of which has distinct economic bases. While financial and property management dominate in the affluent Mayfair district, Soho is known for its media and creative businesses as well as its film and television production industry. The proximity to Oxford Street and Regent Streets also makes the Bond Street area a popular choice with businesses working with retailers and fashion houses.
West End Commercial Property : Flexible Office Space Bond Street, London
Like the other exclusive areas in the heart of Mayfair, many office buildings on or close to Bond Street have period appeal. For the most part, they are converted residential properties.
- West of Bond Street is Berkeley Square House. It offers modern serviced offices, video conferencing facilities, meeting rooms and a business lounge set in an eighteenth century period building.
- Serviced offices are also available at 26 Dover Street in a converted Georgian townhouse.
- And at 25 Sackville Street close to Regent Street.
- New developments include 40 Bruton Street on the west side of New Bond Street. Completed in 2010, the office building is home to several investment firms.
- To the south of Berkeley Square is One Berkeley Street. Located opposite the Ritz London, the managed offices to rent are ideal for businesses working in financial services as well as with embassies based in the heart of Mayfair, London.
More About Bond Street in London's West End
One of the most expensive pieces of real estate in Europe, the street is divided into Old Bond Street in the south and New Bond Street in the north. Bond Street links Piccadilly and Oxford Street in the West End, City of London. The narrow street is a popular shopping destination, having been the home of respected and luxurious fashion outlets since the eighteenth century. It is one of Europe's most exclusive shopping streets, rivalling the Champs-Élysèses in Paris.
The street originally crossed open fields close to Clarendon House. It was named after Sir Thomas Bond, who purchased and subsequently demolished the nearby mansion in 1686 in order to develop the area. The area around Bond Street began to evolve into what it is today during the early part of the eighteenth century. By the end of the century, the street became a popular location for Mayfair's elite to mingle. Its social scene declined during the nineteenth century and became increasingly known for its luxury shopping. Central London's Bond Street is home to auction houses Bonhams and Sotheby's as well as Fenwick and Tiffany's shops, and the Royal Arcade connects Old Bond Street and Albermarle Street.
With transport links such as Goodge Street tube station and Oxford Circus underground station central lines just a short walking distance away - you'll find travelling convenient in this popular location. Bond Street Underground is on the Central line, between Marble Arch tube station and Oxford Circus underground station, as well as the Jubilee line, between Baker Street tube station and Green Park tube station transport links.
Serviced Offices in Bond Street
Many of the serviced offices, private offices and shared offices to rent in Bond Street benefit from amenities such as disabled access, bike racks, telephone systems, call answering, kitchen facilities, and more. Click on any of the available serviced offices in Bond Street to view details, or simply get in touch with us for more information and a quick quote.