Thursday, April 11, 2013

Office Space In Central London

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If you are looking for post production and any business in Media, then Soho Square is the perfect place as it is just a short walk from Tottenham Street Station and is right in the middle of bars, restaurants and theatres. It overlooks the 18th Century Square with its beautiful gardens and has a boutique style office space amidst plenty of entertainment so you will always have plenty to do.

Soho is well known for being the home of media industry and has a unique culture by day and at night. There is a wide range of office space from the modest to top of range with air conditioning. There is something to suit everyone's budget and taste and they all stem from old houses and industrial buildings.

Covent Garden is north of the river and east of Soho and is between the West End and City of London. It was once London's fruit and vegetable market and the original buildings have now been converted to make an area full of eateries, Piazzas and shops. There are lot of craft stalls along with boutiques and is buzzing with culture and street entertainers every day. There is plenty to do and see in this area of London and it also has the Royal Opera House.

Central London has a wide range of companies and a contemporary cultural atmosphere. There is quite a lot of office space available, from medium to top quality and they are either on or near to the Strand. This is where the very well known Savoy Hotel is located. The rents for the office space are less than Mayfair though and very similar to the rents for Soho.

Bloomsbury area has a lot of history attached to it and is at the east end of Tottenham Court Road and goes up to Euston Square which is at Gower Street. Bloomsbury has a lot of squares, for example, Bedford Square, Bloomsbury Square, Russell Square and also Gordon Square. There is also the British Museum and the new University College Hospital and London University Colleges like UCL.

Bloomsbury has a big range of office buildings and these attract all types of offices users from Government Departments and publishers to media companies and financial services. The area also has good links with Tottenham Court Road Tube and Euston Station which is nearby.

Euston is approximately 1/2 mile from Kings Cross and then goes along the Euston Road and Kings Cross. It is in the northern area of Central London and has a major station situated there.

The large corporate buildings that are at the north of Euston Road have good value offices at lower costs instead of the higher costs of the West End. This area has a lot of real estate and has easy access to Regents Park. Euston Station also has good links to Central London along with mainline links to the north of the area. Euston Road also provides a major road that is linked to the West.

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