Serviced Office Space South Woodford Tube Station
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South Woodford is a suburb in East London, with its origins dating back to the time of the Saxons. Originally a part of Essex, South Woodford has been inducted into London and is now a major retail and commercial part of the city, as well as a residential area. Epping Forest is within walking distance of South Woodford, while other crowd-pullers like the William Morris Gallery and Fred London are all within a stone’s throw of the area.
South Woodford’s office space and retail units are occupied by a range of business types ranging from dance studios, air conditioning contractors, solicitors and doctors to architects, designers and financial service providers. There are many other different businesses based in the area, creating a diverse commercial environment. Mark Norden & Co Limited, Orchard Online Marketing, BBi Risk Solutions and Promoworx Ltd are examples of business that can be found in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
South Woodford has plenty to offer in terms of entertainment, with a number of theatres, cinemas and live-act venues offering a variety of shows and performances. The O2 Arena is the biggest indoor entertainment venue and boasts Matter and IndigO2 for clubbing and live music shows. The Hackney Empire is a renowned theatre, while the Stoke Newington International Airport offers live shows in a unique setting. Eating out in South Woodford means picking from the variety of different cuisines available. There are Italian restaurants, seafood eateries, Spanish restaurants and many other types of world cuisine located here. From French to European and South American to British, many types of food can be found in and around South Woodford.
South Woodford Tube Station is located right in the heart of the area, while Snaresbrook Tube Station is just a short walk away. Wood Street Railway Station connects the area via overhead rail networks. Both these forms of transport are complemented by ground transportation such as the numerous bus and taxi services.