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We have a fantastic range of Great Portland Street office space available to suit your specific business needs. These include conventional office leasing, serviced offices, furnished business centre space, short term flexible rentals, hot desking, and freelance friendly coworking options. We can also offer virtual services that provide a Great Portland Street business address without the associated costs of renting office space. Try our search service for free now - we promise to help you find the perfect business premises in West Central London at a cost effective price.

This beautiful Georgian property at 4 Devonshire Street was extensively refurbished in 2010 to provide businesses with high standard office accommodation. Office spaces are available on flexible and competitive terms and are not bound by long-term commitments. This prime location also offers stylish offices with low level branding, giving you the flexibility to make spaces your own.

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Devonshire Street - W1W, Marylebone


This period property has been tastefully refurbished to a very high standard, creating high end professional office suites whilst retaining many period features. Workplaces come completely furnished and outfitted to an extremely high standard, with everything your business needs to relocate right away, while conference facilities provide a stimulating space for those all important business meetings.

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Fitzroy Square - W1T, Fitzrovia


The Smiths Building at 179 Great Portland Street is a period property in London's West End between Marylebone and Fitzrovia. The serviced business center houses a selection of shared workspaces and private office suites, featuring stylish, industrial style interior decor mixed with many original features.

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Great Portland Street - W1W, Marylebone


Overlooking one of London's most beautiful squares, 10 Fitzroy Square is a Grade II listed property that has been converted into stunning office accommodation for a diverse range of business needs. This elegant Georgian-style property offers fully equipped and unbranded office suites at all-inclusive monthly fees. Each space is stylishly decorated and furnished, allowing you to move in right away.

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Fitzroy Square - W1T, Fitzrovia


The fifteen offices in Fitzrovia at 11 Weymouth Street, London W1W range from one-person suites to larger self-contained spaces with eight workstations. Approximately 3,515 square feet of elegant office accommodation is spread over lower, ground and four upper floors. Each space incorporates the early 1900s charm and original features of this beautiful period building.

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Weymouth Street - W1W, Fitzrovia


Contemporary office suites suitable for between one and twenty people are available to rent on flexible terms at this boutique serviced office centre located on the 32nd, 33rd and 34th floors of Euston Tower, 286 Euston Road, NW1. The private offices and shared spaces are furnished to a high standard and inclusive of security staff, admin support, on site dining facilities, communications and IT systems, CCTV and 24 hour access as well as a... More info

Euston Road - NW1, Euston


Located just east of Great Portland Street, this period building provides an ideal business address and working environment in the West End of Central London. Serviced offices and coworking desk spaces are housed within the refurbished Edwardian-style period building Bentinck House, 3-8 Bolsover St. Modern offices feature period sash windows that create bright work spaces. Other on-site amenities include meeting rooms and showers. More info

Bolsover Street - W1W, Fitzrovia


Euston Tower is part of the Regent's Place development and provides about one million square feet of office, retail and leisure space. The 34-storey building houses offices for banks and financial institutions, technology business, and other companies with tenants including fortune 500 and other well known corporations.

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Euston Road - NW1, Euston


This fantastic property houses a unique selection of stylish, well appointed office suites benefiting from ceiling height feature windows, all furnished to an exceptional standard with everything one would expect from a modern workplace including state of the art IT and communications infrastructure.

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Fitzroy Square - W1T, Fitzrovia


Predominantly catering for the media and fashion industries, this prestigious business centre at 131 - 151 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1W is just a short stroll from Oxford Circus in the heart of London's bustling West End. More info

Great Titchfield Street - W1W, Fitzrovia




Business in Great Portland Street

Great Portland Street is closely associated with London's media and broadcasting sectors. The BBC Trust and BBC Radio 1 were based along the busy street for several years, while BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 6 Music continue to broadcast from Western House at Number 99. The Portland Hospital for Women and Children and the Embassy of the Democratic Republic of the Congo are also situated on Great Portland Street.

In a testament to the street's reputation as 'Motor Road' and its role as a main shopping destination for cars during the twentieth century, the Retail Motor Industry Federation and its head offices are at Number 201. Showrooms from Austin, Jaguar, Vauxhall and other manufacturers have disappeared, although Great Portland Street remains an important retail destination.

Office Buildings in Great Portland Street

Many office developments along Great Portland Street are Edwardian and Victorian medium-rise buildings, including former industrial and residential blocks that have been refurbished. A converted Edwardian residential mansion block, 180 Great Portland Street features 80,000 square feet of open plan office accommodation across five floors.

Built in 1913 for car parts maker Smiths Industries, the Smiths Building at 179 Great Portland Street has individual offices for as little as three people up to 40-plus self-contained floors. Showers, lockers, a lounge, kitchens, bike storage and break out areas are also found in the office building.

Just east of Great Portland Street is Bentinck House at 3-8 Bolsover Street. Serviced offices are housed within the refurbished Edwardian-style building. Modern offices feature period sash windows that create bright work spaces. Other on-site amenities include meeting rooms and showers.

About Great Portland Street

Situated in the bustling West End, Great Portland Street connects the shopping hub of Oxford Street with other major thoroughfares including Albany Street, Marylebone Road and Euston Road. The road separates the exclusive areas of Fitzrovia and Marylebone. Great Portland Street was developed by the Duke of Portland during the eighteenth century.

Originally known as John Street, the street has a very different feel to its surrounding areas. While Portland Place and Harley Street boast grand and ornate features that are keystones of Marylebone, there is a more creative and alternative lifestyle evident in the parts of Fitzrovia that the route crosses. Great Portland Street itself has a distinct mosaic of small shops and a linear geography as well as a collection of Edwardian and Victorian buildings.

Great Portland Street has also been known as an arts haven. During the 1950s and 1960s, the street was a popular destination for women's clothing. Composers Felix Mendellsohn and Carl Maria von Weber, essayist Leight Hunt, artist David Wilkie, architect Sir Charles Barry, and others lived and worked along the street.


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Business Centres

Business centre and business park space is available in a number of forms including serviced offices, virtual offices, hot desks, and shared office space.

Flexibility.
Better value than conventional space.
Creative allocation of space and high quality premises.
Lower financial risks.
No legal or commercial agent costs.

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Serviced Space

SMEs are the most common serviced office occupier. First-time business owners are also typical tenants, as a serviced office is perceived as a less risky option when compared to conventional office space.

All-inclusive pricing.
Short / flexible lease length.
Less capital expenditure.
Opportunities for networking.
No dilapidation costs.

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Coworking Space

London's solid entrepreneurial spirit has driven the demand for flexible coworking office space as a practical and cost-effective alternative to conventional leases.

Flexible costs and contract lengths.
Wide range of options to choose from.
Modern high-spec office buildings.
Promotes collaboration & networking.
No initial capital or financial commitment required, and no exit or disposal costs.