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Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, SW1Y

Our ref: # 15700

This impressive office building was constructed in 1938 and has been home to the Paris Cinema and BBC radio studios in the past. It is now home to a number of executive office spaces, and fe...

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Long Acre, Covent Garden, WC2E

Our ref: # 744

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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Bear Street, Leicester Square, WC2H

Our ref: # 2884

Housed within what was once London’s oldest surviving cinemas, the Cameo Royal which opened in 1910, this office space on Bear Street still makes a fantastic silent picture. Having undergon...

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Dean Street, Soho, W1D

Our ref: # 20726

A boutique office in the heart of Soho on Dean Street, W1. We offer a friendly, co-working environment where you can run and grow your business and be part of our welcoming community. We of...

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Haymarket, Haymarket , SW1Y

Our ref: # 22833

Launched in 2011, this centre is one of the largest of a global network of locally owned collaborative working spaces. Our primary aim is to support organisations with positive social and en...

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Wardour Street, Soho, W1D

Our ref: # 937

This characterful office space on Wardour Street in London’s creative centre of Soho has been tastefully renovated to incorporate a fully functioning business space whilst maintaining a numb...

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Chandos Place, Covent Garden, WC2N

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Housed within a contemporary purpose built block, this office space in Chandos Place has a number of architectural features that help it blend seamlessly in the surrounding late Victorian st...

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Archer Street, Westminster, W1D

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Provides commercial property to let in the form of office and studio space in Soho, Westminster in West Central London. This commercial property is situated off Great Windmill Street and ...

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Duncannon Street, Covent Garden, WC2N

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Sandwiched between premier tourist attraction Trafalgar Square to the west and major national transport hub Charing Cross station to the east, this early 20th century stands out both archite...

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Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, WC2H

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Set in the beating heart of Soho, this office space is positioned in one of the most vibrant and well-connected parts of the West End. Tottenham Court Road Station is close by, which is goin...

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Area Guide Leicester Square

Potentially the largest and most well-known entertainment district in London, Leicester Square boasts a huge range of attractions for companies and tourists alike.

The area was originally considered a fashionable and upmarket place to live, but over time has been developed into an entertainment centre, meaning that it is now more of a fun-seekers destination than somewhere to live.


Setting up your business here

Because Leicester Square is known for its entertainment, bars and restaurants, these are the types of businesses which flock to it now, as well as tourists and locals looking for a fun night out. This makes it hugely popular with creative companies and those in the media as well. Those looking to do business within these industries would be foolish to overlook the bustling area.


Culture and Entertainment

One of the places in Leicester Square which is popular with tourists but also provides a fun day out for Londoners is Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum. This museum is different from more traditional exhibitions as it focuses on wacky and macabre items like the world’s tallest man and the longest fingernails. Displays such as shrunken human heads and rare animal skeletons make it an unforgettable experience.

You can’t visit Leicester Square without putting Trafalgar Square on your route. Best known for its fountains, statues and pigeons, it delivers a definite sense of having seen the real London upon visiting.


Eating out

Nothing screams decadence like oysters, so for a business lunch not to be forgotten, try J Sheekey Oyster Bar, a fish and seafood restaurant which has a definite focus on oysters and the more sophisticated palate. The eatery features a horseshoe-shaped bar and an open kitchen, with guests encouraged to settle in on banquette seating for an informal but delicious visit.

Bursting flavours and a beautifully exotic setting can be found at Spice Market, a stylish restaurant set across two floors, with a range of delicacies from far-flung countries occupying the bill of fare. The look of this restaurant is what really sells it with a spiral staircase, custom wok lightshades and a 24-metre spice cabinet taking centre stage.


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Transport links

  • Underground Stations: Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus
  • Tube lines: Piccadilly, Northern, Bakerloo
  • Mainline stations: Charing Cross
  • Nearest airports: London City (39 min), Heathrow (50 min)
  • Nearest motorways: M1, M4
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