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We offer a comprehensive range of flexible 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.
The range of facilities on offer at this York Way office building in Angel include: fully equipped lounge areas suitable for office breaks, designated conference and meeting rooms, and shared space. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: climate control services to help create a comfortable environment for working, offices that are professionally furnished to create an excellent first impression and comfortable working... More info
Lighterman House at 26-36 Wharfdale Road, London N1 is designed for businesses who need professional office space in King's Cross with one to four workstations and larger units for two to six people. The space available can be reconfigured to create larger suites.
Boasting designer furniture and sophisticated décor, this former industrial printing works building was extensively refurbished in 2007. The property boasts two... More info
The Stanley Building provides premium serviced office accommodation and business services at the gateway of the King's Cross development. Seven Pancras Square has approximately 30,000 square feet of floor space over five floors. Designed by Studio Downie Architects, this modern building was developed specifically for providing serviced accommodation in a range of sizes and office options.
The Stanley Building has been... More info
Pentonville Road, London is the location of this office building, offering facilities that include spacious lounge areas perfect for office breaks, rooms designated for meetings and conferencing, as well as virtual office services to help reduce costs and allow remote working. Amenities are excellent, and include the following: an on site gym for before or after work fitness sessions and an on site cafe for lunches or breaks. More info
Various cost-effective office solutions and collaborative workspaces are available at this Upper Street business hub, including flexible coworking spaces, hot desks and dedicated desks. An inviting and spacious shared workspace is beautifully furnished with trendy décor and colourful accents.
Along with desk space, a limited number of small office spaces are also available on flexible terms at this stylish centre. These... More info
This mixed use centre on King's Cross Road, King's Cross WC1 has been completely refurbished to offer a bright and airy environment, providing both conventional and serviced office space for rent.
The furnished offices feature broadband internet access and air conditioning. Other excellent features include 24 hour access, professional secretarial support and an onsite cafe / restaurant. Tenants can also benefit from using the... More info
One Pancras Square at Pancras Square, King's Cross N1C has approximately 55,120 sq ft of high standard business accommodation over eight floors including shared space, managed offices and serviced office space for rent. Retail spaces are found at street level, including cafes to grab your morning coffee or meet with clients in a relaxed environment. Completed in 2013, the building is accessible from Pancras Square or King's Boulevard and... More info
The East Side King's Cross business centre houses private office spaces for entrepreneurs and businesses as well as a shared workspaces with event space, kitchen and dining facilities on each floor, and other shared amenities. Offices come furnished or unfurnished, giving you the flexibility to make your new workspace your own.
With capacities ranging from four to 18 people, bright meeting rooms with high ceilings and... More info
The Busworks is a converted Victorian-era bus factory with flexible office, coworking, studio and workshop spaces. This stylish office location is made up of four unique buildings, each offering a character-filled work environment with modern facilities. Commercial units with amazing period features accommodate organisations with two to 50 people, while shared amenities support occupiers in this friendly community of entrepreneurs and... More info
This ultra modern business centre on Angel Square hosts an impressive selection of serviced office space solutions, from hot desking options that suit budget conscious freelancers, shared coworking space that provides a buzzing workplace environment, or private individual office suites to suit your specific business needs.
Elegantly appointed relaxation areas and lounges provide an appealing space to unwind during the day, and... More info
Business in Hoxton
Since the end of the twentieth century, Hoxton has been an important arts and entertainment cluster. As a result, there are numerous bars, restaurants, art galleries and other related businesses in the area. This makes the location a popular choice for young creative entrepreneurs as well as professionals working in and around the area. Many former industrial buildings have been masterfully converted into modern workspaces for artists as well as for exhibitions and galleries. These spaces are also used by other businesses in creative industries, including design firms and magazines.
Web technology companies also have a presence in Hoxton, which is close to the London's technology hub centred around the Old Street Roundabout in neighbouring Shoreditch. Hoxton forms part of the East London Tech City cluster, which also includes parts of Shoreditch and Old Street.
Office Buildings in Hoxton
Many industrial buildings around Hoxton Square have been transformed into offices and other workspaces. The fashionable area boasts a rich array of unique buildings featuring different architectural styles, from Georgian homes to Victorian factories to post-war buildings. Media, technology and design companies make Hoxton a major hub for creative industries looking for flexible spaces that blend contemporary design and amenities with raw heritage features.
There are also shared and co-working office solutions in Hoxton, including Hoxton Works. This business community on Hoxton Street features 16 offices for small businesses in the creative sector. Another option is Techspace's N1 Hoxton location on Underwood Street. The shared office with nearly 100 workstations has more than 6,600 square feet of space spread across five floors. Amenities include secure storage, breakout areas, 24-hour access, and free conference rooms.
Often confused with the equally trendy Shoreditch, Hoxton is a district in the East End within the London Borough of Hackney. The area is bound by Regent's Canal to the north, Wharf Road and City Road in the East, Old Street along the south, and Kingsland Road in the east. Known as Hogesdon in the Doomsday Book, the name derives from the Anglo-Saxon term for farm or fortified enclosure. Although marshy and a place of leisure during the Middle Ages, the area saw the arrival of manor houses during the Tudor period. These moated properties served as homes for ambassadors and courtiers looking to escape the city.
By the end of the seventeenth century, many of these estates were broken up and repurposed as schools, hospitals and madhouses. Slums dominated the area during the Victorian era when Hoxton also emerged as a centre for the furniture trade. More recently, Hoxton has seen its industrial buildings converted into office and exhibition spaces. It is the home of a thriving arts and entertainment scene with several restaurants, bars, clubs and art galleries. Many entertainers are linked with Hoxton. Alfred Hitchcock's began his career at Gainsborough Studios, while actors George Sewell and Lenny McLean were born in the area.