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Camden, North West London

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Hawley Crescent, Camden, NW1

Our ref: # 21238

In the beating heart of creative Camden, this centre is in one of London's most culturally iconic postcodes. Minutes from the Canal and bustling Camden Market, with easy access to the rest o...

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Bayham Street, Camden Town, NW1

Our ref: # 5202

A stylised contemporary office space with an intricate yet functional design scheme befitting of Camdenís reputation as a creative media hub; this office space on Londonís Bayham Street is a...

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Camden Lock Place, Camden, NW1

Our ref: # 23999

Accessible 24-hours a day, this beautiful business centre is ideally located overlooking the iconic Camden Lock and market. This building dates back to the 1850's and creates a gorgeous and ...

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Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1

Our ref: # 23481

On-trend and innovative, this new serviced office and coworking space in Camden is ideally suited to startup businesses and creatives looking for a sense of community. Workspaces within the ...

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Camden High Street, Camden, NW1

Our ref: # 6696

A modern red-brick property in the heart of bohemian Camden; this office space on Londonís Camden High Street offers a highly desirable location in a colourful, creative media district with ...

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North Stables Market, Camden, NW1

Our ref: # 23503

Designed by architect Tom Dixon, this new serviced office in the heart of Camden is at the forefront of workspace technology and is curated to accommodate a range of businesses. Natural ligh...

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Gloucester Avenue, Camden, NW1

Our ref: # 9512

A stylishly reconfigured Victorian industrial property in fashionable Primrose Hill; this characterful office space on Londonís Gloucester Avenue provides top-of-the-range furnishings with p...

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Crowndale Road, Camden Town , NW1

Our ref: # 16230

"This modern building comprises office space in the heart of Camden Town. The building is ideally located for transport links and local amenities, and situated close to Kings Cross is in clo...

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Gloucester Avenue, Primrose Hill, NW1

Our ref: # 123

An attractive white-walled business centre in the sought after area of Primrose Hill, London. Surrounded by an eclectic mix of great bars, restaurants, cafes and other local attractions to e...

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Area Information

Camden is one of 33 boroughs that London is divided into. It is situated in central London and is one of the liveliest boroughs in the city. The principal neighbourhood of the borough is known as Camden Town. Originally developed as a residential area in the late 1700s, Camden Town is now home to an array of businesses and entertainment hotspots. This area is famous as the centre of London’s underground music scene, providing a plethora of music bars and eclectic venues unlike anything you would see in other parts of the city.

Business Information

Camden is fast emerging as a sought after destination for various businesses related to entertainment, tourism, and retail. Camden’s canal locks provide extensive shopping opportunities and house companies working in fashion, arts, music, and antiques. Camden has benefitted enormously from increasing tourist traffic to the area and has witnessed a surge in executive suites and offices to rent in the locality. Datamonitor, The White Company, The CarbonNeutral Company and Booz & Co are examples of companies with offices in Camden.

Entertainment And Dining Out

The open air theatre and zoo in Regent’s Park make for a fun-filled day of excitement and adventure. If you’re seeking entertainment of another kind, there are several pubs and clubs that offer alternative music shows and live talent gigs that are sure to keep you thrilled throughout the night. Camden is also famous for its markets, most of which are open throughout the week, whereas others are weekend-only affairs. Not only can you enjoy some truly delectable food here, but you can also shop for a wide variety of artisan products including antiques, furnishings, clothing, and handicrafts. Plenty of restaurants that offer all kinds of world cuisine can also be found in Camden.

Transport Information

Camden Town is the predominant underground station within central Camden. Other underground stations that serve Camden include Chalk Farm and Mornington Crescent. Kentish Town and Euston are two of the mainline stations that serve this area. Black taxis, minicabs and London buses can all easily be accessed in Camden. The London canal network can also be accessed through the Regent’s Canal, which is situated at the northern end of Camden town. Providing an alternate route to the London Zoo and Little Venice, the frequent boat departures from Camden market are a major tourist attraction in their own right.

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