Cavendish Square is situated in London’s prestigious district of Marylebone, in the City of Westminster. It is an extremely beautiful public square, located at the spot where Regent Street meets Oxford Street. In the early 1700s, the area was a part of the 2nd Earl of Oxford’s London estate, and was named after his wife Henrietta Cavendish-Holles. The Cavendish Square Park is one of the few green oases in this part of the city, providing a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of modern day life. The square regularly witnesses numerous product launches, film shoots, private and community events, which add to the already high visitor traffic to the locality.
Cavendish Square offers businesses a variety of offices to rent, with options to suit a range of budgets. The area houses the executive suites of several companies including those in businesses such as property leasing, consultancy and estate management. Professional engineers and surveyors also occupy offices in the area. M W B Business Exchange, TCii, Digby Morgan and Barnett Lawson (Trimmings) Ltd are just a few of the important companies that have offices in this area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Considered London’s finest venue for chamber and solo performances, Wigmore Hall is an extravagant concert hall that attracts numerous international musicians every year - a visit is a must for lovers of classical music. If jazz and rock are more your scene, Charlotte Street Blues is the place to go. A wide range of cabaret bars and clubs contribute to the stimulating night-life in the vicinity. Cavendish Square Park has some very popular roof garden restaurants, which not only serve all types of upmarket cuisine, but also offer amazing views. For a more casual dining experience, the many cafes and delis in the neighbourhood provide a welcome alternative to commonplace diners and fast food establishments found elsewhere.
Oxford Circus station is the closest on the underground network, with the Bond Street tube not too far away either. Tottenham Court Road station is also within walking distance, providing access to the Northern and Jubilee lines. Marylebone and Euston are the two closest mainline railway stations. Cavendish Square is also serviced by numerous bus and road routes.