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Among other facilities offered to the businesses who rent office space at this business centre in Mayfair, tenants enjoy rooms designated for meetings and conferencing, shared office space facilities, and unbranded office space. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: offices which are furnished to a high standard, lifts make access to the top stories easier, and access to the building, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. More info
This modern office building in Mayfair offers serviced offices for rent across seven floors in a warehouse-style setting. The co-working hub is fitted with the latest technology and designed with stylish contemporary furnishings to deliver a comfortable and collaborative atmosphere.
Work spaces include open tables as well as private booths if you need a space to concentrate or for confidential discussions. With about 24,000... More info
This refurbished Georgian townhouse retains many original features while incorporating modern conveniences. The Grade II listed property has an attractive white-fronted façade and four floors of sophisticated office accommodation.
All offices are furnished and unbranded, providing you with a professional work environment. Flexible office spaces are available in various sizes, accommodating businesses in need of between... More info
Our business is making your business easy. To this end we provide rooms available specifically for meetings, whether with clients or employees, a number of shared office space features, as well as unbranded business space allowing you to convey your own identity. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: climate control services to help create a comfortable environment for working, lifts to assist with reaching the top stories of... More info
Approximately 62,890 square feet of leasehold offices and retail space is found at 20 North Audley Street. In 2017, luxurious serviced office space was added to this newly refurbished property. Each office suite is finished to a high standard with attractive specifications.
Bright and stylish serviced offices are arranged over the first, second and first floor. Each beautifully furnished space benefits from plenty of natural... More info
The remarkable range of facilities offered by this Marylebone office building includes lounge / break-out areas for employees to take a break or hold informal meetings, unbranded office space, and virtual office facilities for off-site working. Several amenities are included as standard, such as: climate control services to help create a comfortable environment for working, easy access for persons with reduced mobility, and access to the... More info
This exceptionally appealing Grade II listed Georgian building in the heart of Marylebone has been thoughtfully restored, housing a collection of elite serviced office accommodation, mixing charming original period features with contemporary workspaces that benefit from state of the art IT and communications infrastructure.
This business centre is offered completely furnished, with office, meeting room, lounge and relaxation... More info
Self-contained serviced offices are available for rent on the second and third floor of this listed property on George Street in Marylebone, which also has business accommodation on the first floor. All offices are unbranded for maximum flexibility, ensuring you can create your own identity.
Offices are bright and spacious, providing businesses with a splendid working environment. The ground floor has spacious meeting rooms and... More info
This Marylebone building on Manchester Square provides businesses with a unique opportunity to work in the West End within a period property that has been transformed into modern workspaces - offering high end serviced office space and shared coworking space for rent on flexible terms. The building's facilities cater to the needs of office-based businesses at virtually any stage of development.
Dark wooden accents and leather... More info
This contemporary property is home to a unique six floor business centre with serviced office suites, coworking space and hot desking available for rent in a mix of sizes and configurations to suit your needs, all freshly renovated and furnished to an exceptional standard with everything you would expect in a modern workspace.
An appealing staffed reception area greets your visitors upon arrival, while capable clerical personnel... More info
Business in West End
While The City is London's financial and business centre, the West End is the main commercial and entertainment district. With some of the most important theatre and entertainment venues found within its borders, the area is synonymous with the capital's entertainment industry.
The West End is also a major retail destination. Many of Europe's most expensive and visited shopping streets are found here, including Oxford, Regent and Bond streets. These and other retail destinations are the home of major international and national labels and fashion houses as well as important flagship stores.
Economic activity in the West End is diverse and several industries are major employers. Legal and educational institutions, media companies, hedge funds, learned societies and institutes, consultancies, think tanks, and corporate headquarters in virtually every sector are found throughout the area.
Tourism is a major economic driver in the West End, which has numerous hotels, museums and art galleries. It also has a number of theatres, cinemas, night clubs, restaurants, bars, and other entertainment venues. Many of London's major tourist attractions are located in the West End, including Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden.
There are also a number of embassies and government departments based in the area, especially in Mayfair and Whitehall. Media and creative industries thrive in Soho, while the Covent Garden area is a significant retail and fashion hub.
Office Buildings in West End
There are a range of office developments across the West End. While it lacks the same core of skyscrapers found in the City or further east at Canary Wharf, there is a mix of small and large commercial developments in the area. From converted terraced houses in Mayfair to refurbished residences and clubhouses along Pall Mall, there is plenty of choice in terms of office accommodation.
As of 2016 nearly 2.2 million square feet of new office developments are under construction. Projects include St James's Market, a 261,000 square foot development with offices, shops and restaurants around a new public square close to Piccadilly Circus. Nova is a large mixed use development in Victoria with 603,000 square feet of Grade A office accommodation. Apartments, restaurants, bars and retail spaces are also part of the project. In total, the project will add 897,000 square feet of commercial and residential space opposite Victoria rail station.
About West End
The area that is now The West End of London was the site of palaces, luxury residences, and fashionable places to shop and be entertained as early as the seventeenth century. 'The West End' was first used during the early nineteenth century to describe fashionable areas west of Charing Cross.
Located west of the capital's historic heart and financial centre in the City of London, the energetic West End is London's main entertainment and commercial hub. It covers most of the London Borough of Camden and the City of Westminster. The West End includes some of London's most famous and popular places, including Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery, Oxford Street, Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, and more.
The West End is also synonymous with theatre and is one of the best English-speaking centres for professional theatre. Millions of theatregoers attend performances at some of the most renowned venues in the world. Although London's first theatres were based in Shoreditch and Southwark, the first West End theatre opened in 1664 at the site of the present-day Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. The area became an established theatre district during the nineteenth century with the openings of the Adelphi Theatre, the Vaudeville Theatre, and the Criterion Theatre.