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Recently refurnished to provide high spec office accommodation, The Boutique Workplace Company at 7-8 Henrietta St, London WC2E 8PW provides businesses with modern amenities and superb supports. This West End period property retains many original features, creating a charming environment to work and do business. The Grade II listed building boasts a classical façade, while inside there are original chandeliers and ornate fireplaces.... More info
Home to a modern, executive business centre, Hudson House is a 7 storey Grade II property at 8 Tavistock Street, London WC2E. The listed building boasts an impressive stonework facade and benefits from retaining many of its charming original period features such as high ceilings and spacious rooms with tall windows supplying plenty of natural light
The 49 office suites, common spaces and 3 meeting rooms are fully serviced and... More info
This serviced office space at at Amadeus House on 27B Floral Street, between Covent Garden and Leicester Square, offers flexible and short-term business accommodation. Spaces allow for between two and 50 desks, making it a well-designed office solution for start-ups and growing businesses as well as more established companies.
Highlights including a bright and modern reception area to meet your guests and a premium hospitality... More info
Based in the heart of Covent Garden, this centre is packed with personality. For young creatives looking for their first home for their businesses, this centre will offer a hub to maximise their productivity and creativity. Composed of five floors, the centre blends its contemporary architecture and modern design with the traditional, historic location its based in. With multiple different areas within the centre, you can find the right... More info
This boutique period property at 32 Tavistock Street houses a selection of office suites ranging in size from two to thirty five workstations, furnished to an exceptionally high standard and providing tenants with an ideal working environment.
Conference rooms are available within the business centre and offer the perfect space for business discussions or boardroom presentations, while a well equipped lounge area is available,... More info
Based in the trendy Opera Quarter in Covent Garden is this renovated period building offering high quality office space. The property has been extensively refurbished and restored to an excellent standard, providing offices that are spread over four floors. Many of the original features have been maintained, including a number of large windows that let in lots of natural light. Tenants will benefit from 24-hour access, perfect for those... More info
This listing offers outstanding office space in the heart of Central London. The spacious and open plan office floors have room for up to 120 people on each floor. There is an impressive ground floor lounge and reception area, whilst the offices, meeting rooms and breakout areas are on the upper floors. Tenants can benefit from a wealth of amenities such as phone booths, shower facilities, bike storage and a fantastic roof terrace area with... More info
Nestled in the heart of Covent Garden, this centre offers four separate floors of space each consisting of around 1,000 square feet. Ideal for start-ups or SME's, the space would suit around 20 to 30 people. Tenants will benefit from a range of amenities, including private meeting room facilities where you can host visiting clients or team meetings. There is also private kitchen facilities, a door entry system and both WiFi and broadband.... More info
This period townhouse situated in the heart of theatre land, a stones throw away from the Royal Opera House, provides four self-contained private office suites that vary in shape and size and have been newly refurbished with a modern, high-end finish. Comprising of four, modern, full of character, bright, self-contained private office suites that benefit from a communal meeting room that is free of charge to use for for all clients as well... More info
Serviced office space is available in this business centre, situated in a vivacious area of Covent Garden, with a range of theatres, bars, clubs and restaurants located virtually on the doorstep. Three underground stations are situated nearby, providing convenient transport links to all key areas in London. More info
Serviced, semi-serviced and managed office space options are available at 11-13 Broad Court, London WC2B. The Grade II listed property has been refurbished to ensure businesses have the best possible work environment with modern facilities.
Many of this period property's original features have been kept throughout the building, from an ornate entrance to large sash windows that bring in lots of natural light. As the same time, the... More info
The landmark building at 90 Long Acre, London WC2 overlooks an open courtyard and features twelve terraces with stunning views. With nearly 194,000 square feet of space, the business centre is square shaped with an atrium so most of the offices have windows. The facilities include on and off site parking, manned reception, meeting and board rooms, 24 hour access and CCTV. More info
This Covent Garden office space boasts an ultra-modern interior design that will impress clients and colleagues alike from the moment they walk through the door. When you enter this space you will be greeted by a airy, bright open area filled with an abundance of natural lighting and stylish office furniture. Every detail has been considered to meet the needs of its members and their businesses. This space has been carefully designed to... More info
Accessible by narrow alleyways, this amazing property in Covent Garden combines original Victorian features with contemporary décor to create a minimalist space to do business.
The period building has three unique office suites in various sizes and layouts, each providing you with a private and self-contained space. Spacious offices are ideally designed for up to eight workstations with contemporary furnishings and wooden... More info
41-44 Great Queen Street is an elegant property occupying a prime location in the desirable area of Covent Garden, offering serviced offices, meeting rooms and virtual office space close to superb amenities and transport options.
Visitors to this stunning property are greeted by a contemporary reception area, which is staffed to ensure a professional welcome. The building provides full-floor office accommodation in addition to... More info
This listing offers excellent office accommodation located in a prime area of Central London, with easy access to fantastic public transport links and great local amenities. The modern brick office building has a 1,200 Sq ft office becoming available from 12th July. The office suite is suitable for up to 20 persons and the all inclusive rent is £7,000 pcm. Tenants can benefit from a wealth of fantastic facilities, this includes; a vibrant... More info
Business in Covent Garden
Entertainment and retail sectors are the main economic drivers of the Covent Garden area, which is a popular shopping and tourist destination. Covent Garden Market itself is a major retail centre with shops, cafes and bars alongside market stalls at the Apple Market and Jubilee Hall Market. Three markets at the nineteenth century square in the heart of Covent Garden offer a variety of crafts, jewellery, clothing, and other goods for sale. Shops and boutiques are also found along Long Acre and Neal Street.
Along with the Royal Opera House and the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the district is home to several independent shops along Neal's Yard and Seven Dials. The area also has more than 60 pubs and bars, including the historic Lamb and Flag on Rose Street and the award-winning The Harp at Chandos Place. Internationally acclaimed restaurants and some of the oldest eateries in London are also among Covent Garden's attractions.
Long Acre is Covent Garden's main thoroughfare. Completed in the early seventeenth century, the street was known for coach-building in the nineteenth century. This was followed by car dealers starting in the early twentieth century. Austin Motors, Daimler, Fiat and Mercedes-Benz all had showrooms along Long Acre. It has also been known for publishing, and Pineapple Dance Studios and the London Film School are located nearby along Langley Street. Media and creative industries are now major sectors in Covent Garden along with entertainment and retail.
Office Buildings in Covent Garden
Office spaces in Covent Garden include 90 Long Acre. Opened in 1982, the landmark building overlooks an open courtyard and features twelve terraces with stunning views. With nearly 194,000 square feet of space, the centrally-located office building includes serviced options with access to meeting rooms, catering, showers, and other convenient amenities.
Covent Garden Transportation Links
The area is exceptionally well provided for by public transportation, with Covent Garden and Leicester Square Underground Stations offering fast links throughout London. Numerous bus routes also offer excellent services.
About Covent Garden
The iconic Covent Garden is a major entertainment destination in London's West End between St. Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. It is situated within the London Boroughs of Camden and Westminster. The central square boasts a busy marketplace while nearby bars and restaurants attract residents and visitors from around the world. The bustling area is often filled with street performers, creating a vibrant streetscape amidst striking architecture.
Covent Garden was at the centre of the Anglo-Saxon town of Lundenwic, which was first settled in the seventh century. After the settlement was abandoned in the ninth century, the area returned to being open fields. Part of it was walled and used as arable land and orchards for Westminster Abbey. It was referred to as the Garden of the Abbey and the Convent, later becoming known simply as Covent Garden. A fruit and vegetable market was based at the site by 1654, where it remained until being relocated to the New Covent Garden Market in 1974. In 1980, the main building of the former market opened as a shopping centre with shops, pubs, cafes, the Apple Market for crafts, and a second market house in Jubilee Hall.
Covent Garden is also home to the Royal Opera House. The arts venue is the home of the Royal Opera, the Royal Ballet and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.