Noho sits between Oxford Street and Euston Road in Central London, which puts it in one of the most culturally active and historically impressive parts of the city and perhaps the world. The area takes its unofficial name from its location just north of Soho and lies close to the West End, Bloomsbury and Marylebone. The iconic BT Tower is among London’s architectural highlights and is perhaps Noho’s number one landmark but there is also a great variety of Victorian buildings, as well as more modern developments in the area. Office space in Noho puts businesses in the thriving heart of London and close to the primary financial and commercial districts of the city. From an entertainment perspective, the theatre district and shopping heartlands of Shaftesbury Avenue and Oxford Street are very close by, as indeed are some of the finest restaurants, bars and historic attractions that England has to offer.
Setting up your business here
Noho is a great office space location for businesses and the area is a renowned hub for creative industry operators. Many of the local residents are big names in the world of media, entertainment, TV, radio, advertising and PR, and their ranks include the likes of MTV Networks Europe, Nickelodeon and CNN Europe. Getting to and from offices in Noho and across the rest of London is very straightforward via Tube, while many of the most popular parts of the city, including Covent Garden and Soho are within close proximity. For longer journeys, major train stations including Euston, King’s Cross, St Pancras, Farringdon and Victoria are also easily accessible from any Noho offices.
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Things to do in Noho
Noho boasts an abundance of incredible architecture, amazing art galleries and plenty else to see and enjoy. For pleasant outside spaces Noho has Fitzroy and Bedford Square Gardens, while the nearby British Museum houses some reliably incredible collections. When it comes to eating out or sampling some local nightlife, anyone visiting Noho is very much spoilt for choice. The area has a number of excellent Spanish eateries like Fino and Navarro’s, one high class Japanese restaurant called Nizuni and a century-old French-style bistro called Elena’s L’Etoile. For bars too there is something for everyone, with Nordic Bar, the Aviary Bar and the Crazy Bear just a few of the best among many.
- Tube lines: Northern, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Victoria, Central
- Mainline stations: Farringdon, Euston, King’s Cross, St Pancras
- Nearest motorways: M25, A40, A4
- Nearest airports: Heathrow, City, Stansted, Gatwick
- Other: Buses and taxis very readily available