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This red-brick building has just over 2,100 square feet of office and ancillary accommodation across three upper levels and within the lower ground and ground floors. Open floorplans are blessed with lots of natural light throughout the building, which has been fully refurbished to provide high quality spec office spaces with air conditioning.
Furnished and unbranded office space is provided inclusive of all business and... More info
This modern business centre offers 75,000 square feet of Grade A office space across four floors at 1 Paris Garden. A former warehouse building, 1-2 Paris Garden was once used as a printing and distribution centre. Much of the building now features modern open plan coworking spaces with dedicated spaces set aside for private offices and breakout areas.
The property recently underwent an exceptional refurbishment project to... More info
Whether you are looking for a three-person office suite or a large space for 30 workstations, you will find cost-effective and attractive offices at this business centre in South East London. Serviced offices at this South Bank location accommodate between one and forty desks, with each space tailored to meet your unique requirements.
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A welcoming base for start-ups and established companies, this coworking community includes shared and private office space across eight floors. Options include dedicated and hot desks as well as offices of various sizes for one to eight people. Larger offices may also be available at the South Bank location.
The dog-friendly workspace has plenty of unique features, from a dedicated brainstorming and meditation rooms to ping... More info
This bespoke business centre provides a fantastic selection of office suites in a mix of sizes available immediately on flexible terms. The contemporary, well appointed workspace suites consist of worktables, seating, boardroom furniture, shelving, light fixtures, and anything else one might look for within a trendy, upmarket work environment.
Amid the various other resources made available to the establishments who rent space... More info
A range of superior office accommodation is currently available within this ultra stylish coworking space at New Kings Beam House, 22 Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PD. Shared workspace is at your disposal, offering the self employed a wide variety of possibilities for networking in a warm and friendly entrepreneurial setting, while at the same time exclusive private office suites deliver more conventional business accommodation... More info
Quirky and creative, this Waterloo serviced office centre is inspired by Alice in Wonderland. This unique workplace has stunning interior designs the reflect the literary works of Lewis Carroll and his beloved novel. From boardrooms inspired by the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts to a garden accessible from a corridor inspired by a rabbit hole, every corner of this beautiful business centre at at 2-3 Boundary Row, Waterloo has a... More info
Rent private and shared office space at 124 Cornwall Road, South Bank SE1 just steps from London Waterloo's rail and underground stations. Waterloo East and Southwark stations are also just a short walk away. This converted warehouse offers fully serviced and furnished office office space for rent with amenities and onsite parking. More info
Offering managed office solutions, serviced offices and shared workspaces for rent, Capital Tower is a purpose-built office building. The modern high-rise tower is part of the Waterloo Estate, which includes several sought-after retail and office properties along Waterloo and Cornwall Roads.
These SE1 offices benefit from stunning panoramic views of London, taking in the London Eye, River Thames and City of London. The property... More info
This four-storey period building provides businesses with a well-connected base as well as modern facilities and comfortable workspaces. Built in 1819, the elegant red-brick building retains many of its original Victorian features.
More than 60 offices and studios are available with furniture and state-of-the-art telecoms, including high-speed internet and a VoIP telephone system. Among the three meeting rooms that are available... More info
Business in Southwark
Southwark offers businesses excellent transportation links and its proximity to the City of London's financial district makes it an attractive location. From across the River Thames on the south bank, the area is well-suited for companies that work with legal and financial firms in the City.
Southwark has seen extensive regeneration since the 1980s and many of its factories and industrial buildings have been transformed into new residential and retail spaces. Southwark is also home to a number of modern additions to London's streetscape. Designed by Norman Foster, City Hall serves as the headquarters for the Greater London Authority and the Mayor of London. The London Assembly is also based at the building, which opened in 2002.
Office Buildings in Southwark
The Southwark district includes a major commercial area between the London Bridge and Tower Bridge. The proximity to the West End and the City have helped spur development in the area, which has emerged as a major business centre in its own right.
Adjacent to London Bridge station is The Shard. The 95-storey skyscraper opened in 2012 and is one of Europe's tallest buildings. Resembling a shard of glass, the iconic building has become one of the most dominant landmarks in London's skyline. Tenants include the Shangri-La Hotel and a number of law firms, recruitment consultants, marketing agencies and research firms, media organisations, natural resource companies, and other businesses.
Across from The Shard is The News Building. Opened in 2014, the 17-storey building is home to various News UK operations including The Wall Street Journal, The Times, The Sunday Times and The Sun.
At the southern end of Tower Bridge is the More London development. The 13-acre site offers three million square feet of mixed use space, of which up to two million square feet is office accommodation. Several buildings provide spaces major professional and financial service firms, including PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Ernst & Young, Gowling WLG, and several others. Hewitt Associates, Hitachi Consulting, Norton Rose Fullbright, Terra Firming Capital Partners, and TNS Research International are also based in the area.
Serviced offices are available at 3 More London Riverside next to London's iconic City Hall. The modern facility includes a business lounge, break out areas and meeting rooms. It also features a restaurant, a sandwich and coffee bar, and a gym and fitness room.
Southwark offers stunning views of London's north bank and its many sights, including the Tower of London and St Paul's Cathedral. Located on the south bank of the River Thames, the area also boasts some of the capital's most iconic crossings including London, Tower and Millennium bridges. It is also renowned for its museums and theatres in its own right. The cultural hub is the home of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern. It is also the site of the famous Borough Market, one of London's most popular markets.
Southwark enjoys a contrasting mix of architecture with brick industrial buildings next to modern wonders, including The Shard. One of the tallest buildings in Europe, the skyscraper resembles a shard of glass and was completed in 2012. Southwark is also where the instantly recognisable London City Hall designed by Norman Foster is located. Part of the London Borough of Southwark, the area was once marshland and an ancient borough of Surrey.