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Kenrick Place, Marylebone , W1U

Our ref: # 20488

This beautiful building comprises office space in London, in the heart of Marylebone, a hub for the fashion and media industries. This location offers excellent networking opportunities for ...

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Melcombe Place, Marylebone, NW1

Our ref: # 9942

A characterful business centre inside London’s Grade II listed Marylebone Station buildings; this office space on Melcombe Place offers a charming Victorian red brick façade with stone embel...

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Welbeck Street, Marylebone, W1G

Our ref: # 25514

Located just off Marylebone high street- is an oasis of calm. Housed in a 17th century townhouse, the space is defined by period features including high ceilings, fireplaces and cornicing. I...

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Harley Street, Marylebone, W1G

Our ref: # 52

This classic office space on Harley Street is conveniently situated next to the manicured ground at the heart of Cavendish Square Gardens, whilst remaining just a short distance from the bus...

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Wimpole Street, Marylebone, W1G

Our ref: # 21217

This imposing baroque building was designed by James S. Wilson and William Wallace (no, not that one) in the late 19th century. In an area famous for doctors and music (Paul McCartney wrote ...

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Cavendish Square, Marylebone, W1G

Our ref: # 804

This bespoke office space in leafy Cavendish Square is situated in London’s prestigious district of Marylebone, alongside the bustling tourist hub of Oxford Circus and only a short distance ...

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New Cavendish Street, Marylebone, W1G

Our ref: # 23711

A total of 230 workstations are available for use across these serviced office facilities in the Marylebone area of central London. The area is exceptionally well-served by local transport l...

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Stratford Place, Marylebone, W1C

Our ref: # 14548

Two contrasting buildings from very different periods have been combined into one office building. The period Georgian building is accessed from Stratford Place, a cul-de-sac directly opposi...

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Manchester Square, Marylebone, W1U

Our ref: # 11665

A neighbour to The Wallace Collection, 22 Manchester Square is a beautiful brick Georgian house which overlooks a private circular garden hidden behind huge beech trees. Located just off...

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Cavendish Square, Oxford Circus, W1G

Our ref: # 23478

Situated in possible the most sough-after spot in London's West End, this Grade II listed serviced workspace offers private offices varying in size (from 1-2 to 30 person requirements). T...

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Cavendish Square, Cavendish Square, W1G

Our ref: # 20531

Ideally situated for business in one of the most sought after locations in the West End, this stunning business centre provides office space in London on the south east side of one of the ci...

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Area Guide Marylebone

The affluent district is situated within the City of Westminster, bordered by Oxford Street, Marylebone Road, Edgware Road and Great Portland Street.

Marylebone may be set in Central London, but it has somewhat of a small town personality due to how uncrowded and peaceful it is. The small, family-owned businesses that fill the neighbourhood further solidify this theme.


Setting up your business here

People are often drawn to Marylebone for its tranquillity, especially because it combines with the accessibility and benefits of Central London.

Post-work entertainment is easily taken care of in Marylebone. The district is a hub for culture, entertainment and gastronomy, so one doesn’t have to venture too far to find multiple, quality options.

There is also a prominent business community in Marylebone, considering the diverse industries established there, including retail, tourism, finance and advertising. In that light, Marylebone is a productive, thriving district, affording plenty of networking opportunities with like-minded professionals.


Culture and Entertainment

The London Palladium on Argyll Street is one of the most famous theatres in the city. The Grade II-listed building is a beauty to behold and it hosts performing arts, focusing on musical concerts. There’s also the world-famous Madame Tussauds on Marylebone Road. The wax museum always keeps innovating with new features to entertain visitors added all the time.

If you’re a fan of Arthur Conan Doyle or the BBC series, you may also want to consider visiting the Sherlock Holmes Museum on Baker Street.


Eating out

Dinings on Harcourt Street offers a modest environment paired with a creative menu: a fusion of sushi and Japanese tapas-style dishes. The restaurant has customers coming back for more and it certainly gets points for individuality.

Le Relais de Venise on Marylebone Lane is also a simple yet flawless venue. The French restaurant has nurtured a good reputation with its straightforward menu, and those who enjoy a fine steak will feel at home here.


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Transport links

  • Underground Stations: Baker Street, Regent’s Park
  • Tube lines: Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan
  • Mainline stations: Marylebone
  • Nearest airports: Heathrow (40 min), London City (1 hr), Gatwick (1hr 15min)
  • Nearest motorways: M4
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