About King's Cross
Located in the heart of London, King’s Cross is a busy, thriving area that has undergone significant regeneration since the mid-1990s. Formerly a village known as Battle Bridge, the area has a rich and varied history and continues its regeneration under the auspices of King’s Cross Central – a major property development in the north of the area. Since the Eurostar rail service became operational, King’s Cross has become an important gateway to Europe. It is also home to many cultural places of interest, such as the British Library and the London Canal Museum. Today it is a busy commuter, commercial and tourist hub offering a range of facilities and amenities which complement the excellent transport links.
Setting up your business here
King’s Cross is a bustling area for both tourists and business residents. Setting up your business here will afford any company or individual ideal networking opportunities, as well as provide excellent transport links for travel abroad, to the north or to and from local meetings. King’s Cross has rapidly become an essential business hub; large businesses such as SAV Credit, BUPA and The Guardian Media Group have all relocated to King’s Cross.
A typical office in King's Cross
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in King's Cross
Being centrally located, there are plenty of amenities nearby, ideal for after-work downtime, or as meeting points for clients. The recent regeneration project has provided an exciting outdoor sports area that has transformed an entire area of Kings Cross. The area is also home to one of the most respected independent cinemas. The Renoir cinema offers a unique movie going experience and is a short walk from the station. If you enjoy live music, the Scala boasts an energetic setting and a variety of bands and performers. You can have a laugh at The Queen’s Head, an ideal location for an evening of comedy. There is also a wide choice of places to eat in the area, offering both British and international cuisine. With a growing retail area that boasts Louis Vuitton as well as a number of new restaurants, Carluccio’s should not be missed for its renowned Italian menu.
- Tube lines: Piccadilly, Victoria, Northern, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines
- Mainline stations: King’s Cross St. Pancras, St. Pancras International
- Nearest motorways: M25
- Nearest airports: City, Heathrow, Gatwick
- Other: Various bus routes; to East, Central, North and South London, London Cycle Hire Scheme, East Midlands Trains, Eurostar, First Capital Connect