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. We offer a comprehensive range of workspace options in Oxford Circus, from serviced business centres, creative workspaces, shared office space and desk rentals to short term rentals, industrial and warehousing, virtual offices and conventional commercial property leasing.
This impressive Soho coworking hub, situated at 6 Ramillies Street, has been refurbished to a remarkable standard and provides high specification, design led shared workspace and office suites perfect for freelancers and small companies in creative fields, offering unbranded space which allows maximum versatility on how your business presents itself to customers. This business centre offers shared collaborative workspace, providing an... More info
Boutique office suites to rent on flexible terms in this beautiful period building at 5 Margaret St, Fitzrovia W1W. The fully furnished private office suites are offered on an all inclusive basis that covers rent, business rates, cleaning, maintenance, and IT support. Also included are fast internet access and WiFi, a meeting room, 24 hour secure access to the property and a kitchenette.
Nestled in a quiet corner, with fashion... More info
You can now rent a selection of office solutions on flexible terms within this contemporary property at 33 Cavendish Square, Marylebone, London W1G. Available offices include private executive suites, shared coworking space, hot desking, and meeting rooms. Tenents benefit from onsite car parking, a rarity in London's West End.
Stylish conference suites and meeting rooms are available for those essential business meetings, along... More info
This prominently located corner building offers serviced offices and shared workspace in a highly sought after business address in London's vibrant West End. The Grade II listed Audley House at 12-12a Margaret Street, London W1W houses a selection of boutique office suites benefiting from stylish, modern furnishings mixed with period features, from private executive suites to shared coworking space which allows your company to share office... More info
Beautifully designed for small- and medium-sized organisations, this elegant office space at 4 Cavendish Square, London W1 offers a charming period environment in which to work. The classical Grade II listed building is in the heart of the West End, a fantastic location for businesses in retail, media and entertainment sectors.
Offices in various sizes are available at this refurbished property. Options range from one- to... More info
Offering self contained, quality serviced offices in Marylebone/Fitzrovia, 97 Mortimer Street is a red brick building with 15 office suites arranged over lower ground, ground and four upper floors. The self-contained offices vary in size from 75 to 2,323 square feet, ranging from one-desk suites to spaces with four workstations in an open plan layout. Each office is fully furnished and presents some of the building's original features,... More info
The remarkable range of facilities offered by this Mayfair office building includes designated conference and meeting rooms, shared office space facilities, and unbranded business space allowing you to convey your own identity. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: easy access for persons with reduced mobility, offices that are professionally furnished to create an excellent first impression and comfortable working... More info
This impressive building offers modern serviced office space, ideally situated just a few minutes walk from Oxford Circus and Goodge Street tube stations.
This attractive period building has been thoughtfully refurbished and retains a number of character features. Superbly located on the corner of Mortimer and Great Titchfield Streets in the heart of the West End, the centre offers fully furnished offices, meeting and conference... More info
The boutique offices at 21 Carnaby Street, Soho come stylishly furnished with everything a modern business could need, available over four floors of this strategically placed business centre. Featuring large sash windows that allow an abundance of natural light, and chic wooden flooring adding to the interior decor. The complex is fully wired with state of the art IT and communications infrastructure.
Transport links are just as... More info
This appealing, brick fronted period property houses a fabulous selection of six luxurious boutique office suites, suitable for between 2 and 35 employees, that have been lovingly refurbished to a very high standard. The stylish furnishings match the chic decor, with unbranded space allowing maximum versatility on how your business presents itself to customers.
Polished conference suites provide a professional space for those... More info
Businesses around Oxford Circus
Oxford Circus joins Oxford Street and Regent Street, two of the West End's most important shopping streets. Like the surrounding area, retail is the driving sector at this busy intersection. Flagship and major shops at Oxford Circus include Nike Town, H&M, Topshop and Topman, Miss Selfridge, Schuh, and United Colors of Benetton.
Other businesses in the area include business management consultants, property management companies, software companies, investment brokers, production studios, and a range of other companies. Oxford Circus's location close to media and creative industries in Soho as well as fashion companies and retailers make it an attractive base for a variety of businesses.
Office Buildings on Oxford Circus
At the south-east corner of Oxford Circus is Spirella House. The Grade II listed office building at 266-270 Regent Street was originally called Paris House. It was designed as part of the original Oxford Circus development from 1913 to 1928. Adjacent to the period building is 25 Argyll Street, formerly Regent Arcade House. Serviced office options in the area include the Oxford Circus Business Centre at 4 Cavendish Square. The elegant townhouse has been transformed into a modern office space close to Oxford Circus tube station. It includes meeting rooms, break out areas, and showers.
About Oxford Circus
Oxford Circus links Oxford Street and Regent Street in London's West End. The busy intersection is at the epicentre of one of the most important and visited shopping districts in Europe. Oxford Street and Regent Street are visited by millions of shoppers each year. With around 300 shops, Oxford Street is Europe's busiest shopping street and hosts a number of flagship stores. Similarly, Regent Street as a major fashion centre with several upmarket shops.
Each year, both streets are illuminated with some of London's most admired Christmas lights. It is little wonder that Oxford Circus sees the highest numbers of pedestrians in London, with tens of thousands of people walking through the junction each hour at its busiest times. It was laid out at the start of the nineteenth century and was designed by architect John Nash, who also planned out Regent Street and Regent's Park. Oxford Circus is served by a London Underground station of the same name. The station is on the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines and is the UK's busiest station.