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High Holborn, Chancery Lane, WC1V

Our ref: # 743

The classical façade of this office space in London’s High Holborn masks an extensive contemporary business centre overlooking an internal paved courtyard. The area is known to be at the fo...

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Bloomsbury Square, Holborn, WC1A

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A charming Georgian end of terrace town house overlooking the prestigious Bloomsbury Square made famous by its extensive literary connections to such authors as Virginia Woolf. With views ...

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Long Acre, Covent Garden, WC2E

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A contemporary business centre with an imposing symmetrical exterior, this office space on London’s Long Acre offers the ultimate in 21st century convenience, with a versatile lay out and fu...

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Bloomsbury Square, Bloomsbury , WC1A

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A charming Georgian end of terrace town house in prestigious Bloomsbury Square, famous for its extensive literary connections to such authors as Virginia Woolf, this office space offers the ...

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Russell Square, Bloomsbury, WC1B

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Serviced offices in London occupy these Georgian buildings in a prime central location. The building is ideally situated on the south-east side of Russell Square, offering excellent local tr...

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Southampton Row, Holborn, WC1B

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In a prime location, situated mid-point between the City and the West End, this business centre in Southampton Row sits behind a regal late-Victorian façade with ornate stonework. A triangle...

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Bloomsbury Square, Bloomsbury , WC1A

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A charming Victorian property with an attractive red brick exterior and stonework bay windows, this office space in Bloomsbury Square offers views over the manicured garden at the centre of ...

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Southampton Place, Bloomsbury, WC1A

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Grade II listed mid-terrace Georgian building. This elegant offices enjoy many period features with fireplaces, high ceilings and excellent natural light throughout. The two properties benef...

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Southampton Place, Holborn, WC1A

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Nestled in the heart of prestigious Bloomsbury, this Grade II listed building comprises office and meeting space in a prime spot for any business. The building retains many of its original f...

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Procter Street, Holborn, WC1V

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Situated on Proctor Street in Holborn, this recently refurbished business centre offers prime office space in Central London. Clients are able to access meeting rooms along with great breako...

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High Holborn, Holborn, WC1V

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Situated just a stone’s throw from Holborn station, LABS Hogarth House boasts seven floors of contemporary workspace. Features include private offices, inspiring co-working lounges, state-of...

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Area Guide Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury lies within the borough of Camden, and in the 17th and 18th century was a popular and upmarket residential area. It’s also famous for its literary connections and in the early 20th century was home to the Bloomsbury Group – a collective of writers, artists and thinkers. Many famous names came out of the Bloomsbury Group, including Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey.

A centre of education, Bloomsbury is also home to many of the University of London’s central bodies and departments. This means that employers based in the area have a wide pool of talent to draw from year on year.


Setting up your business here

There are several Underground stations in this area, and it is one of the better connected in London. There are also excellent links to Canary Wharf and other financial districts of the city. Bloomsbury is an area steeped in literary history and there’s plenty to do in the way of culture!


Culture and Entertainment

The Brunswick Centre is a very popular destination for Londoners and tourists alike, as it offers so much to do under the one roof. The Centre is something of a shopping, dining and cultural hub, with a huge variety of restaurants and bars to suit any needs and tastes, as well as a range of high street shops. There is an art-house cinema and a number of other sights and entertainment options, making it a great place to visit for a full day, or just to pop in and out of before or after work.

A more traditional example of culture in this area is the British Museum. Showing a range of exhibitions from all over the world and throughout history, this is a great place to visit time and time again. There are different exhibitions over the course of the year, as well as a range of talks and tours, many of which are free.


Eating out

Crazy Bear is a lavishly decorated Thai restaurant which has something of a cult following in the area. The restaurant serves food from other Asian countries as well, so there is plenty of choice, and the stylish decor makes it a great place great for lunching and dining.

It is always nice to be able to cater to the dietary needs of any client or guest when taking them out for a meal, which is why the Mary Ward Cafe is something of a godsend, serving deliciously fresh vegetarian and vegan food.


Transport links

  • Underground Stations: Russell Square, Euston Square, Warren Street
  • Tube lines: Circle, District, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, Hammersmith & City
  • Mainline stations: Kings Cross, Euston, St Pancras
  • Nearest airports: Heathrow (55 min), Gatwick (57 min), Stansted (67 min)
  • Nearest motorways: M1
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