We offer a comprehensive range of Holborn office space options. This includes serviced offices in business centres, shared office space and desk rentals, short term office space, industrial units and warehousing, virtual offices and conventional commercial property leasing. Our Central London office search service is completely free to use, and our advisors are on hand to go that extra mile in finding the perfect business address at cost effective rates.
Awesome coworking space and private offices opposite Holborn station in Central London's Midtown area with flexible terms and high spec facilities.
This centre provides hot desking facilities, ensuring space and resources are efficiently used, spacious lounge areas perfect for office breaks, as well as shared office space facilities.
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This business centre located at 88 Kingsway, Holborn offers seven floors of fully furnished business accommodation, available as single offices or as office suites on three to five month lease terms.
Housed in a Grade II Victorian listed building the centre features 24 hour access, meeting rooms and conference suites as well as a manned reception with support services, video conference and broadband internet access and on site... More info
This appealing business centre has recently been given a full make over, providing an ultra fresh look and a professional environment for your company. Set over six floors, workspace in this particular commercial property is thoroughly outfitted with fully furnished coworking space, serviced office suites, meeting spaces and relaxation zones that are furnished to a remarkable standard together with anything else your company needs to... More info
Along with retail space on the ground floor, the decorative period property at 103 Kingsway in Holborn offers self-contained office spaces in a variety of sizes across 7 upper floors. The refurnished offices at Kingsway House benefit from air conditioning, perimeter trunking and LRG7 lighting. Non-branded spaces allow new and established businesses to create their own identity while benefiting from professionally decorated and furnished... More info
This ultra modern business centre at Lion Court, 25 Procter Street is just a few minutes walk from Holborn station. Located in the heart of London's Midtown, the centre houses a selection of prime office solutions, all benefiting from plenty of natural light. With a mix of boutique individual private office suites and shared collaborative space, enabling businesses to collectively utilise workplace facilities and infrastructure, as well as... More info
31 Southampton Row, London, WC1B is a prominent triangular building overlooking Bloomsbury Square, with a range of flexible workspace for immediate rental. The centre has several floors of fully furnished and equipped workspace including private offices, coworking desk space, meeting rooms for up to 18 people, and virtual offices.
The all inclusive pricing provides tenants with 24-hour access, high-speed internet and Wi-Fi, air... More info
This exquisite period property houses a total of 4600 square feet of serviced office space, available to let on flexible terms and ready for immediate occupation. The thoughtfully renovated building features many original features while providing stylishly furnished suites which include desks, chairs, conference tables, lighting, seating and everything else you would anticipate finding in a contemporary workplace.
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5 Southampton Place, London WC1A is a Grade II listed Georgian terrace in London's Midtown. This period property now houses a boutique office centre offering high end office for rent with design-led interiors, exposed brickwork and original period features. In addition to indoor lounge areas there's also an outside courtyard. There is also a secure bicycle storage for keen cyclists.
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Each spacious office for rent at 4 Bloomsbury Square WC1A is perfect for small and medium-sized enterprises. The centre has both coworking space and private office available. Set over four floors the large air-conditioned spaces boast quality furnishings, high ceilings and large windows that help create a bright and airy environment to work.
The elegant period property is a short walk from Holborn tube station on the Central and... More info
Business in Holborn
Situated between the West End and the City of London, Holborn is a diverse location with businesses active in a number of sectors. Part of London's 'Midtown', the Holborn area is becoming a sought-after destination thanks to its diverse business community in what has traditionally been the heart of London's professional and legal communities. While the West End is known for its media and retail businesses and the City is a hub for legal and financial services, the area around Holborn provides a base for a mix of sectors.
The diversity that characterises Holborn and the surrounding area includes a mix of residential and mixed use developments. Holborn is also within walking distance of Chancery Lane, Farringdon and City Thameslink stations. There are also a number of restaurants, pubs and shops along the street. These factors help make it an attractive place to work and do business.
Office Buildings in Holborn
Holborn has a range of converted and new office buildings. Formerly known as the Prudential Assurance Building, Holborn Bars is a red terracotta Victorian Building along Numbers 138-142. The Gothic Revival style building is home to English Heritage and a number of businesses in legal, technology, marketing, financial and other sectors. It is also known as Waterhouse Square, a name given in honour of the architect that designed the building. Waterhouse Square includes three buildings centred around a courtyard.
Since 2001, supermarket chain Sainsbury's has had its headquarters at 33 Holborn. Designed by Foster and Partners, the nine-storey building overlooks Holborn Circus and has more than 323,000 square feet of office accommodation. Across from 33 Holborn is Thavies Inn House at 3-4 Holborn Circus. The office development incorporates two 1950s buildings and houses marketing, media, professional services, accountancy, and other businesses. Just south of Holborn Circus is New Fetter Place, a modern office tower with 92,000 square feet of Grade A office accommodation. Highlights include a central landscaped courtyard and double height reception area. Among the building's tenants is the LEGO Company.
Hoborn's name likely comes from the Middle English world for hollow, 'hol', and brook, 'bourne'. The reference was to River Fleet, which ran through a valley in the area. This district within the London Borough of Camden is home to St. Andrew Holborn, which dates back to the tenth century. Although the wooden church survived the Great Fire of London in 1666, it was rebuilt due to its poor state. Starting in the eighteenth century, Holborn became an area for entertainment with numerous inns and taverns as well as music halls and theatres. Charles Dickens lived in the Furnival's Inn, while his Pip in Great Expectations lived in the nearby Barnard's Inn.
Holborn is now home to new office developments and hotels as well as trendy pubs, international restaurants and independent shops. Forming part of the A40, a street sharing the area's same name runs between High Holborn to the west and Shoe Lane in the east, where it becomes Holborn Viaduct. More recently, there have been attempts to rebrand Holborn and nearby areas as 'Midtown' given its position in the middle of the City and the West End.