When it comes to finding your perfect office in Central London, there are a range of different options to choose from.
Private Offices are ideal for businesses that need their own space and would prefer not to share with other companies. Private offices allow businesses to customise the environment to their own business needs, which is particularly helpful if you need enhanced privacy and security. Moreover, if office aesthetics is an important aspect of your environment, you can work with an office designer to create your perfect dream office that maximises space, style, comfort, functionality or whatever aspects are priorities for you!
Serviced Offices are perfect for businesses that need flexibility and don’t mind sharing the space with other businesses. One of the key advantages of serviced offices is the flexibility with the lease, with term lengths typically being shorter than with private offices. All of your bills tend to be included in one payment too, so you get a simple fixed monthly payment that covers rent and utilities. The cost savings from a serviced office can be very attractive too, as you only pay for the space you use. Most serviced offices come with shared amenities and services too, so you don’t have to worry about setting up your Wi-Fi, coffee machine or kitchen. Additionally, many serviced offices will come with bookable meeting rooms, so you can still hold internal meetings or client pitches without having to pay for when you’re not using the space.
Co-Working Spaces are ideal for businesses that want to be surrounded by other creative minds and work in a collaborative environment with a luxury office fit out. In Central London, prices for these spaces tend to start from £150 per person per month, with flexibility around how often you’ll use the space. Naturally, this is more appealing for businesses that are on a tight budget. Many start-ups and small businesses also prefer to use co-working spaces because of the fantastic networking opportunities on offer. Co-Working office blocks regularly organise social drinks, networking events, guest speakers and other events that bring the resident businesses together.
Our portfolio of Holborn offices are ideal for businesses that want to be based in Central London but don’t want to be in the hustle and bustle of areas like Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus. Holborn is quieter and more commercial than other areas of Central London, but you won’t be short of places to go for food or after work entertainment. Head to the Holborn Dining Room for a typical British menu set under elegant chandeliers, try out Kintan for an authentic Japanese BBQ or branch out and sample the Lebanese and Palestinian fusion menu at Hiba. Entertainment wise, head over to All Star Lanes for a spot of bowling, visit the British or Hunterian museum to soak up some culture or go for drinks at Ye Olde Mitre – one of London’s historic pubs.
Our range of Mayfair office spaces cater for the needs of businesses of all sizes. Mayfair is an excellent office location for businesses that are looking to attract high net worth individuals, with the area being one of the most affluent neighbourhoods in the UK and indeed the world. Offices in Mayfair tend to be more expensive than in other parts of London, with space coming at a premium. However, many of the top London attractions are within a 10 minute radius by car, bike or even foot. Hyde Park, Green Park and Regent’s park are just around the corner, perfect for those long summer lunches. For the shopaholics reading this, Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus are just a 10 minute walk away.
One of the most popular office locations in London, Soho offices are in high demand due to their proximity to some of the best entertainment, nightlife, culture and food in Central London. You’ll never run out of new options for after work entertainment, with Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Carnaby street right on your desktop. For after work drinks, head to Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus or Oxford Street, where you’ll find popular pubs, cocktail bars and nightclubs. For the foodies in the office, Chinatown is on your doorstep and you’ve got the full spectrum of Asian cuisine available nearby, as well as several Michelin star restaurants dotted around the area.
Choosing the right office space depends on your business needs and location preferences. Private offices are great for businesses that need their own space, serviced offices are perfect for businesses that need flexibility, and co-working spaces are ideal for businesses that want to save on costs and collaborate with others.