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The Grade II listed Georgian townhouse at 11-13 Cavendish Square, Marylebone W1G has been fully refurbished to offer modern office spaces while retaining the buildings original features such as period fireplaces and ornate cornicing. The premium serviced office space for rent comes complete with a comprehensive range of facilities and benefits from tasteful decor, smart furnishings and professional reception staff. Virtual office options... More info
Beautifully designed for small- and medium-sized organisations, this elegant office space at 4 Cavendish Square, London W1 offers a charming period environment in which to work. The classical Grade II listed building is in the heart of the West End, a fantastic location for businesses in retail, media and entertainment sectors.
Offices in various sizes are available at this refurbished property. Options range from one- to... More info
Situated on the north-west corner of Cavendish Square, 1-7 Harley Street, Marylebone W1G offers unbranded serviced offices and virtual office space packages in a central location in Marylebone in London's West End. Harley Street has long been a destination for private health care and the property retains a strong medical presence. From healthcare practitioners to recruitment agencies, this business centre is home to a diverse range of... More info
This impressive office space is situated inside a high end Grade II Listed building on Chandos Street. Having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, the Edwardian building still retains many of its original features. The interior of the building, however, is sleek, stylish, and has a modern feel. Spread across six floors, this location comprises of ten bright and spacious offices, from 4 to 17 workstations, and flexibility to create... More info
An exquisitely refurbished boutique Marylebone office building, which combines stunning architecture, curated art and interior design. Included in the rent, tenants receive a range of six star services, including full time reception and concierge, resilient dual fibre optic lines, artisan coffee provided by Workshop Coffee and prepared by an in house barista, unlimited access to a wide variety of fully equipped meeting rooms, board rooms,... More info
This boutique office in Marylebone offers a blend of stunning architecture, curated art, and high-end design â€“ all perfectly set up to impress your clientele. You'll settle in straight away to the Grade II listed building accessed via an impressive portico entrance. In terms of the space, you'll enjoy unlimited access to a variety of fully-equipped meeting rooms, informal lounges, bike storage and showers. To help make your working... More info
Business in Cavendish Square
Cavendish is close to two of London's main shopping districts, Oxford Street and Regent Street. To the south west is Oxford Circus where the two streets meet. The busy intersection includes several major shops, including the flagship Nike Town store.
Immediately south of the square are the flagship stores of Debenhams, House of Fraser and John Lewis as well as the London College of Fashion and the University of the Arts London (UAL). The strong retail market makes Cavendish Square and the surrounding area a base for several businesses working within the sector and with fashion houses in the West End.
Office Buildings in Cavendish Square
Several corporate offices and societies are based in the Cavendish Square area, including the headquarters for real estate firms Savills and CBRE Residential and the offices for the Royal Society of Medicine. The Georgian-style garden square itself is home to diplomatic missions, charities, investment firms, non-profits, and a range of other businesses. The Royal College of Nursing is based at Number 20, which also boasts conference and event spaces. The Centre for Jewish Life is in Harcourt House at Number 19A and the King's Fund is at Number 11. Representative Office of Flanders is at Number 1A and Embassy of East Timor is at Number 4, while the Embassy of Haiti is on the north-east corner of Cavendish Square at 21 Bloomsbury Way.
Many offices around Cavendish Square are set in period buildings that have been redeveloped while retaining their appealing stone facades. An example is 17 Cavendish Square, which features modern office spaces with original features such as period fireplaces and ornate cornicing. Serviced offices from a number of providers are available at 33 Cavendish Square, a contemporary landmark building overlooking the square. On-site services and amenities include administrative support, printing and scanning services, meeting rooms, kitchens, and break out areas.
The closest London Underground stations to Cavendish Square are Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Goodge Street Stations. The area is also extremely well served by London bus routes.
About Cavendish Square
Cavendish Square is a leafy public square close to Oxford Circus in London's West End. It was created by architect John Prince in the early eighteenth century as part of the development of the Earl's London estate for Edward Harley, the Second Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer.
The square is named after the Earl's wife, Henriette Cavendish-Holles. Cavendish Square became the home of several nobles, including William Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, the Fifth Duke of Portland and the Lane Baronets. Princess Amelia also lived and died on the square. James Brydges, the First duke of Chandos also owned a house on the square but it was never completed. Other famous residents include former Prime Minister H.H. Asquith, University of Westminster founder Quintin Hogg, and artist Robert William Sievier. In fiction, Cavendish Square was the home of Dr. Lanyon in the 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The square forms the eastern end of Wigmore Street and acts as a link between two of central London's main shopping destinations, Oxford Street and Regent Street. Cavendish Square is also the site of the flagship store for John Lewis.