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We have a fantastic range of Greenwich 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 Greenwich 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 South London at a cost effective price.
Curve Serviced Offices provide high spec and bespoke spaces that impress clients and help your business succeed. You can be up and running quickly in a supportive environment with the flexibility to adapt your space as you grow. Desk space can be customised to suit your unique needs.
Excellent facilities are provided, including state of the art technology. High-speed fibre optic internet connections and fully managed Local Area... More info
This centre offers a choice of two offices to rent in Greenwich/Deptford, and utility bills and business rates are included in the rent. The space has been newly decorated, offers the use of a kitchen with eating area, access to a board room meeting rooms included in the price, as well as Broadband and Telecom facilities. This is the ideal business space for up to two staff and new start-up businesses. On-site amenities include Wireless... More info
This stunning modern building on the riverfront with a Grade II listed facade is perfectly suited for start-ups and small businesses. Based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, with views across the Thames of London's skyline, this is a great location for businesses of all types. Office suites range from 250 to 500 sqft with the option to have furnished or unfurnished. Tenants can benefit from 24-hour access, 7 days a week, perfect for those... More info
This space offers state-of-art co-working facilities from hot desking, individual office spaces, meeting rooms to private event hire to accommodate SMEs and starts-ups of any kinds. Amenities here include; conference facilities, cleaning, furnished offices, meeting rooms and support from a friendly on-site management team. More info
This newly refurbished business centre located in a prime location of London which offers modern furnished offices along with various professional meeting and training rooms for you to use. Here, you will also find lounge areas for you and your colleagues to enjoy. This space offers plenty of support with a friendly reception team who will assist with telephone answering and be happy to answer any queries you may have. As well as all of the... More info
Completed in 2009, the striking office block at 6 Mitre Passage has 125,000 square feet of Grade A office and retail accommodation. Units range in size from 500 to 4,500 square feet, accommodating a wide variety of businesses.
The external façade is finished with aluminum panel cladding and blue-grey colour glass. Floor to ceiling windows deliver excellent natural light inside the property to promote a productive and... More info
Business in Greenwich
Greenwich is an historic district of south-east London within the Royal Borough of Greenwich. It is strategically located close to Canary Wharf, a major hub for national and internal financial services providers and banks, although the borough has a diverse business services sector. A growing cluster of IT and communications businesses is partly based in the town centre. As new office and light industrial spaces are developed in the area, IT and communications businesses are also increasingly finding homes on the Digital Peninsula and Woolwich.
The creative industry is another fast-growing sector in the borough. The growth of grade A office accommodation is attracting digital media businesses looking for affordable and modern workspaces. Clusters of creative businesses are found throughout the borough in the Digital Peninsula, the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich, West Greenwich and Charlton.
Tourism and retail are also important economic drivers. Greenwich's rich cultural heritage means the area has several tourist attractions, including Maritime Greenwich and The O2. Town centres at Greenwich, Woolwich and Eltham and retail parks at Charlton and Thamesmead are the borough's main shopping destinations.
Office Buildings in Greenwich
Office options in the area include Digital Enterprise Greenwich, an innovation and enterprise centre at Mitre Passage on the Digital Peninsula. Serviced office accommodation and meeting spaces are designed with the needs of digital businesses in mind. In addition to high-spec office spaces, businesses benefit from being part of a community of entrepreneurs and companies in the technology sector.
The Digital Peninsula is linked to the O2 and Ravensbourne, a specialist digital technology education provider. Woolwich is home to office and workshop spaces at a thriving cultural quarter on the Royal Arsenal. Once the site of armaments manufacturing, the Royal Arsenal has been transformed into new residential and commercial buildings. Serviced office solutions include 133 Creek Road from Curve Serviced Offices. Services include desk space, a meeting room, virtual offices, and other supports.
Greenwich Transportation Links
Greenwich is located in Zone 2 and is served by train, bus and riverboat services. You can access the area via Greenwich railway station, Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich DLR station, Deptford Station and numerous bus routes.
Greenwich gives its name to the Greenwich Meridian and Greenwich Mean Time. From the fifteenth century, it was the site of the Palace of Placentia. The royal palace was the birthplace of Henry VII, Elizabeth I, and other members of the House of Tudor. It was rebuilt following the English Civil War as the Royal Naval Hospital for Sailors. The landmark building became the Royal Naval College in 1873 and is now used by the University of Greenwich, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and other public uses.
Other major sights include the National Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark clipper ship, The O2, and Greenwich Park. Greenwich is also recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre provides information on the area's history in the Pepys Buildings on the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College.