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2 London Fitzrovia, Mortimer Street
The business center is conveniently located on the north side of Mortimer Street. Transport links are excellent, with Oxford Circus tube station (Central, Victoria and Piccadilly lines) just a 7-minute walk south, and Goodge Street tube station (Northern line) a 6-minute walk east of the building. In the immediate vicinity is Tottenham Court Road station, which provides direct access to the new Elizabeth line. You will also benefit from the numerous stores, bars and restaurants in the immediate area. There is also a Sainsbury market directly opposite the center.
3 London Canary Wharf, Churchill Place
Canary Wharf is famous throughout the world as London’s primary business hub and as such, it is an excellent place for your company to be based. Commuting via public transport is easy thanks to the Canary Wharf subway station and ferry terminal both within a short walk of the office. There are also numerous restaurants and bars in the area, ideal for lunch breaks, external meetings with clients, or team-building evenings. Those looking to get some fresh air can do so whilst walking along the River Thames and soaking up the iconic scenery.
4 London Holborn, Red Lion Square
Red Lion Square is a peaceful London square, steeped in history. Just a 1-minute walk to Holborn Underground station, and located in between Farringdon and Tottenham Court Road stations offering excellent Crossrail links, the location couldn’t be more central. There are numerous hotels, restaurants, and London Landmarks such as the British Museum just around the corner, and Covent Garden offering excellent shopping, dining, and West End shows are only a short walk away.
5 London Vauxhall, Albert Embankment
Vauxhall is an area of London that is very much moving in the right direction. Home to business and a selection of eye-catching social hotspots, it’s a great place to set up your company. Vauxhall Station is just a short walk from the office and gives commuters access to trains, buses, and the subway, taking you anywhere in and around London. In the other direction is Waterloo Station which has trains that travel across the country. There are countless bars and eateries nearby that are perfect for socializing with the team, including one in a renovated boat directly opposite the front door.
6 London St Katharine`s and Wapping, Wapping Wall
Located in an area of east London with a sophisticated and exciting atmosphere, this flexible office also has excellent links to the city center. Nearby Wapping Station allows for easy public transport around the city via the DLR overground train system. A variety of bus lines also pass through the area, giving commuters a number of options. Those looking to clear their heads can do so during a walk-in Wapping Gardens or along the banks of the famous River Thames. There are various upmarket restaurants and cafés within walking distance that are ideal for treating clients.
7 Marylebone, Wimpole Street
This imposing baroque building located in the heart of Marylebone was designed by James S. Wilson and William Wallace in the late 19th century. In an area famous for doctors and music (Paul McCartney wrote “Yesterday” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand” just a few doors down), they like to think that Wimpole Street offers a therapeutic retreat from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street.
8 London Tower, Great Tower Street
This flexible office is in an incredibly central area of London, which gives it an atmospheric buzz and keeps you within a short walk of the capital’s most iconic spots. Right near Tower Hill subway station and Fenchurch Street train station, commuting to the office via public transport, both from within London and outside the city, is simple. Being in central London, the area is spoiled for choice when it comes to places to eat and drink, as well as being home to a number of intriguing museums and landmarks.
10 Coppergate House, Spitalfields
Close to bus and tube routes, Coppergate House is just a stone’s throw from the famous Spitalfields Market, offering a great choice of lunch options, shopping, and culture. If you are looking for office space or meeting rooms near Liverpool Street, Spitalfields, Aldgate, Shoreditch, or Brick Lane, Coppergate House is perfectly positioned.