We offer a diverse collection of office space in Shaftesbury Avenue to suit your company's unique requirements - from serviced office suites, individual hot desking options and shared workspace to industrial units, virtual business addresses and conventional offices for lease. Our free search service is designed to assist you in finding the ideal Central London business location at competitive rates.
This business centre in Soho houses furnished office space, hot desk rental, shared spaces and meeting rooms at 47 Dean Street, London W1D. Ideally situated just minutes from Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus tube stations, with Oxford Circus and Covent Garden just a bit further on. The shared workspace benefits from wooden floors, communications and IT systems, fully equipped meeting rooms, 24 hour access and... More info
Hub on the Square in the Grade II listed Pennine Place is a bright, comfortable coworking space on Charing Cross Road. Offering shared and fixed desks, private meeting areas and an internal garden area with high spec amenities and plenty of events and perks for members. More info
With many of its original features incorporated into contemporary office spaces, this Georgian building at 11 Greek Street has undergone an extensive refurbishment to upgrade its facilities. Fire places and ceiling roses are just two of the period features you will find in the five-storey property. A modern style throughout the building also gives each office space a fresh look and feel.
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Runway East's brand new location at 66 Old Compton Street in Soho offers stylish, furnished office space for startups and small, growing businesses. These private offices are available in a range of sizes, to suit from 6 to 36 workstations. The centre's shared spaces and roof terraces (three of them!) offer unlimited networking and collaborative opportunities with the other companies in the building.
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Contemporary office space solutions, including fully furnished office suites and flexible desk rental, are available for immediate occupation at 6-7 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB. This period property is nestled in the heart of London's famous Leicester Square, a short walk to Covent Garden. The building still retains many of its original period features from its time as rehearsal space and dressing rooms for the iconic Arts... More info
With retail space on the ground floor and office accommodation arranged over four upper floors, 79 Wardour Street benefits from attractive period features and modern amenities. The property is beautifully finished with elegant wooden floors, exposed brick walls and original roof beams. Designed with contemporary and comfortable furniture, offices benefit from stellar views of Soho.
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This serviced office centre at 11 Bear Street, London WC2H is a stone's throw from the world famous Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square. A short stroll will take you to tube and mainline rail links including Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus tube stations as well as Charing Cross train station.
The flexible workspace is available on short term contracts and the all inclusive pricing means that air conditioning,... More info
A total of 250 square feet of newly refurbished office space, suitable for between 4-6 work-desks, is currently available for immediate occupation. Space is offered unbranded, which provides a professional, polished look to clients and other businesses and is ideal for small or start up companies.
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Rent fully managed office suites in a beautifully restored period building at 175 Wardour Street, Soho in London's West End. The all inclusive, flexible contract includes rent, building rates, utilities, furniture, cleaning, IT support, WiFi and fibre internet access, meeting room and kitchen. More info
Soho office building on Wardour Street offering spacious lounge areas perfect for office breaks. Also available to tenants are conference rooms for presentations and meetings and virtual office space options to help keep costs down. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: climate control services to help create a comfortable environment for working, quality furnished offices to create a professional looking environment, and... More info
Businesses on Shaftesbury Avenue
Shaftesbury Avenue in Soho has long been a major centre for theatre. The street sits in the heart of London's theatre district in the West End. The Apollo, Gielgud, Lyric, Palace, and Queen's theatres are all located along the busy thoroughfare. Many businesses in and around the street cater to the entertainment industry, including bars and restaurants as well as retail outlets.
Shaftesbury Avenue is also the base for financial services and other office-based companies, including the headquarters of ICE International Currency Exchange and Raphaels Bank.
Office Buildings near Shaftesbury Avenue
A range of sectors are represented on and around Shaftesbury Avenue, including production companies, technology firms, financial services, publishers, and others. Some of the companies in the area include 21st Century Fox, Turner Broadcasting International, Google, Twitter, Bank of East Asia, Hearst Magazines, and McKinsey & Company.
Office options along Shaftesbury Avenue include:
- 77 Shaftesbury - a refurbished office building featuring nearly 60,000 square feet of flexible space. Along with being the home for the Bank of East Asia, the building includes offices over six floors around an atrium.
- Situated between Charing Cross Road and Shaftesbury Avenue is 125 Shaftesbury Avenue. The office building's occupants include Yahoo! Europe, Time Out, Cerillion Technologies, and Lloyds Banking.
About Shaftesbury Avenue
A major street in London's West End, Shaftesbury Avenue runs from Piccadilly Circus to New Oxford Street. It passes through sections of the City of Westminster and the London Borough of Camden. Shaftesbury Avenue is named after Anthony Ashley Cooper, the 7th Earl of Shaftesbury, and was built during the late nineteenth century. In addition to clearing out impoverished slums in the area, the street provided a new link through the busy districts of St. Giles and Soho.
Shaftesbury Avenue sits in the heart of London's world famous theatre scene and welcomes thousands of theatregoers each night. The Apollo Theatre, Gielgud Theatre, Lyric Theatre and Queen's Theatre all sit on the road's north side of the street, while red-brick Palace Theatre is located at the intersection with Charing Cross Road at Cambridge Circus. Shaftesbury Theatre is based at the north-east end of the street. Chinatown is also partly located on Shaftesbury Avenue.