We offer a comprehensive range of Pall Mall 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 modern offices and coworking spaces at this innovative business hub are within London Victoria's mainline rail station, just steps from Platform 1.
The spacious furnished offices and coworking spaces are inspired by Art Deco design. In addition to style, these serviced workspaces offer function and comfort. Flexible prices are tailored to your individual needs and requirements.
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Located across from Victoria rail station, Nova South offers high specification office space for rent just steps from the seat of the UK's government.
Completed in 2016, Nova South has a total area of 296,000 square feet. The unique building features distinctive lines and red glazing. Floorplates range from 11,500 to 30,000 square feet. A 4,000-square-foot reception area on the ground floor delivers a striking first impression... More info
Among other facilities offered to the businesses who rent office space at this business centre in Victoria, tenants enjoy conference rooms for presentations and meetings, shared office space, and unbranded office space for a greater level of professionalism. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: beautifully furnished office, lifts make access to the top stories easier, and 24 hour accessibility to the property, any day of the... More info
With eight floors of modern office space available for rent steps from Victoria Station, 272-274 Vauxhall Bridge Road is fitted with the latest IT and telecommunications. A serviced reception area ensures a professional welcome for visitors to the attractive brick building.
Queen Anne's Business Centre provides serviced offices for individuals and businesses looking for flexible and affordable accommodation in the form of... More info
The range of facilities on offer at this Buckingham Palace Road office building in Victoria include: comfortable lounge and break out areas for staff and visitors, rooms designated for meetings and conferencing, and shared office space facilities. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: excellent climate control systems for office temperature management and regulation, offices which are furnished to a high standard, and easy... More info
This fantastic office space is housed in Douglas Houghton House, a Grade II listed building. With contemporary interior design and a perfect commercial location at 231 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1V, these serviced offices provide a fabulous base for doing business in and around Central London. There are three floors of furnished office space fitted with the latest IT and communication systems, including high speed broadband and Wi-Fi... More info
Modern facilities and period character perfectly blend together at this Victoria business centre. Along with its stunning façade, many unique heritage features are seamlessly integrated into contemporary workspaces to create a charming environment to work. Open plan offices enjoy plenty of natural light along with air conditioning and broadband internet connectivity.
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Established at an exclusive Central London business address at 7 Grosvenor Gardens, Victoria, SW1W, this striking period property houses a fantastic selection of premier serviced office suites and shared office space, furnished to an exceptional standard and boasting chic interior decor.
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The Southside building at 105 Victoria Street offers Grade A serviced offices and coworking spaces in London with high-standard specifications. On the sixth floor of this glazed office tower is a new business centre with private spaces, shared workspace, meeting rooms, business lounges and hot desking spaces. Whether you are dropping in for a day or are setting up a new workplace for your business, there is a range of furnished and serviced... More info
Find your space in this dog friendly coworking building at 123 Buckingham Palace Road, with 6 floors of open plan workspace, plenty of perks and awesome amenities. More info
Businesses near Pall Mall
Pall Mall is known for its private members and gentlemen's clubs. The street has been the historic base for these clubs since the nineteenth century. Clubs along Pall Mall include the Athenaeum Club, the Oxford and Cambridge Club, the Royal Automobile Club, and the Travellers Club.
The street is within the St James's area of central London, a popular location for businesses that work with government departments based in and around Westminster. Media, fashion and retail companies based in the area also have easy access to Soho and other areas of the West End.
Office Buildings near Pall Mall
Many office spaces along Pall Mall were once residences or purpose-built clubhouses. There are a number of institutes and non-profit organisations operating in the area including the Institute of Directors (IoD), which has its offices on Pall Mall at the former clubhouse for the United Service Club. The Commonwealth Secretariat and the Commonwealth Foundation are also based at Pall Mall in Marlborough House, a building that was built between 1709 and 1711 as a royal residence. Other businesses with offices along Pall Mall include cigarette manufacturer Rothmans at Number 65 and P&O Ferries at Number 79.
Modern offices are found at 100 Pall Mall, which includes a serviced business centre with meeting rooms and on-site parking. Offices for the investment firm London Business Angels are also hosted at the site.
About Pall Mall
Pall Mall connects St James's Street and Trafalgar Square, one of London's most famous sites. It is within the City of Westminster's St James's area, an exclusive part of central London close to Buckingham Palace and St James's Park.
Pall Mall was built in 1661, although a road may have been present in the same location since Saxon times. It was named after a ball game similar to croquet that was brought to England from Scotland and France in the early years of the seventeenth century.
Pall Mall emerged as a fashionable place to live during the reign of Charles II and became a shopping destination for the rich in the following century. Many grand houses were built along Pall Mall and it was one of London's first streets to be illuminated by gas.
It was a place for fine arts during the early eighteenth century when the Royal Academy, the National Gallery and Christie's were all located on Pall Mall. Several gentlemen's clubs established themselves on Pall Mall during the nineteenth century, and the Athenaeum, Reform and Travellers clubs continue to be active. The Royal Automobile Club has also been based on the street since 1908.