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Our experts are on hand to help you find the perfect Russell Square office space at cost effective prices. We have an extensive commercial property portfolio in West Central London, offering private serviced office suites, shared and coworking space, hot desking opportunities, virtual office services, and short term rental on flexible terms.

Modern décor and contemporary designer furniture mix with decorative period features and wooden flooring at this fabulous business centre. The Grade II listed building boasts bright and spacious offices over lower ground, ground and four upper floors totalling 4,996 square feet. There is also a two-storey rear annex connected to the original building with an additional 1,032 square feet of office space.

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Russell Square - WC1B, Bloomsbury


Prestigious office accommodation at 52 Russell Square benefits from air cooling and excellent views across Russell Square. Each space is subtly decorated with stylish furnishings and carpeting throughout.

The period brick building has a manned reception to ensure a professional welcome for guests to the property. Other amenities include kitchen facilities, broadband access and Wi-Fi, and CCTV monitoring.

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Russell Square - WC1B, Bloomsbury


We can help you find the perfect serviced office available in a convenient location in Bloomsbury WC1A. These Bloomsbury Square furnished office suites benefit from spacious lounge and meeting rooms, security, IT and communications systems, 24 hour access and a telephone answering service. More info

Bloomsbury Square - WC1A, Bloomsbury


This stunning, brick fronted period building at 21 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2NS offers a selection of flexible, serviced office space set over five floors, in a mix of sizes and configurations to suit your business needs.The stylishly furnished office suites include everything you would anticipate finding in a contemporary workplace. The property also offers virtual office space packages for those who need a prestigious WC1 West End... More info

Bloomsbury Square - WC1A, Bloomsbury


37-41 Gower Road is a terraced period property in Bloomsbury that houses a range unbranded and cost-effective office solutions. Simple tenancy agreements are available from a minimum of three months, giving you flexibility to grow or downsize your space as your business requirements evolve.

Each fully furnished, serviced office space is equipped with IP-based telephone handsets and advanced IT solutions. They are also furnished... More info

Gower Street - WC1E, Bloomsbury


The Collective offers fully furnished private offices, coworking space and hot desk rental in a grade I listed Georgian building at 14 Bedford Square Bloomsbury WC1B, where Bloomsbury meets Fitzrovia. The monthly membership and private office space pricing includes fully furnished, ready to use workspace, business rates and utilities, high speed internet and WiFi access, concierge, kitchen facilities and cleaning. Also included are a social... More info

Bedford Square - WC1B, Bloomsbury


This commercial building at 175-185 Grays Inn Road, London, WC1X was built in the 1950s and has since undergone a full refurbishment to create a wide range of bright, comfortable, spacious offices. All of the office suites are tastefully decorated and furnished. One of the best features is the unique organic green roof, one of only a few in the WC1 area. More info

Grays Inn Road - WC1X, Bloomsbury


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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Southampton Place - WC1A, Bloomsbury


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

Procter Street - WC1V, Holborn


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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Southampton Place - WC1A, Bloomsbury




Businesses on Russell Square

Russell Square is a significant education and professional services hub. Numbers 46 and 47 are occupied by the London campus of EF International Language Centres and the Centre for Professional Students. The London Mathematical Society is based at 57-58 Russell Square, while the Chartered Institute of Public Relations is situated at Numbers 52 and 53.

Several of the squares original houses are now occupied by the University of London, including its School of Oriental and African Studies. Russell Square is also the home of the Hotel Russell and the Imperial Hotel, London. Businesses in the area benefit from excellent transportation links and a central location, including rail connections from Euston, St Pancras International and King's Cross stations.

Office Buildings on Russell Square

Just 500 metres from Russell Square is 31 Southampton Row, a serviced office option with period features. Planning permission has been obtained to transform existing flats in the building into 4,000 square feet of modern offices. Amenities include breakout areas, meeting rooms, showers, 24-hour security monitoring, and a shared reception area. The contemporary space is aimed largely at media sector businesses.

Offices housed in a historic setting are also found at Numbers 55 and 56 Russell Square. The two Georgian Buildings on the south side of the square include a private garden, period features, and views of Russell Square.

About Russell Square

Russell Square sits in Bloomsbury within the London Borough of Camden. Built by James Burton, the large garden square is close to the University of London and the British Museum. It is named for the Earls and Dukes of Bedford who share the surname Russell and developed the area and nearby lands during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The Bedford Estate in Bloomsbury also includes Bedford Square, Bloomsbury Square, Gordon Square, Tavistock Square, Torrington Square and Woburn Square.

Some of Russell Square's original terraced houses still overlook the beautiful green space, particularly along the southern and western sides. On the eastern side is the Hotel Russell, an ornate building designed by Charles Fitzroy Doll and completed in 1898. The adjacent Imperial Hotel London was built in 1966.


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Executive Suites

SMEs are the most common serviced office occupier. First-time business owners are also typical tenants, as a serviced office is perceived as a less risky option when compared to conventional office space.

All-inclusive pricing.
Short / flexible lease length.
Less capital expenditure.
Opportunities for networking.
No dilapidation costs.

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Business Centre Offices

Business centre and business park space is available in a number of forms including serviced offices, virtual offices, hot desks, and shared office space.

Flexibility.
Better value than conventional space.
Creative allocation of space and high quality premises.
Lower financial risks.
No legal or commercial agent costs.

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Desk Rental

Along with global entrepreneurial hubs like San Francisco, New York, or Singapore, London is considered one of the best locations in terms of the hot desking options available in the city.

Fosters sharing and collaboration.
Encourages creativity.
Expands professional networks.
Provides staff with freedom and flexibility.
Hourly, daily, weekly or longer packages.
Cost effective.