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Rent serviced offices in Marylebone at Baker Street - Office Space Marylebone

Overview Baker Street, Marylebone, W1U Add to list

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MWB Business Exchange  Baker Street
MWB Business Exchange  Baker Street
MWB Business Exchange  Baker Street
MWB Business Exchange  Baker Street

Description

This fantastic period stone-fronted building situated in the West End offers meeting rooms in a prime location with great historical significance: Churchill held his war rooms in this very building. It's ideal if you want to impress whilst holding a meeting, training session or conference in the West End.

Services

Office Facilities

  • Furnished
  • Meeting Rooms

Reception

Comms / IT

  • Broadband Access
  • Cabling

Security

Amenities

  • Twenty Four Hour Access
  • Disabled Access Facilities
  • On-Site Car Parking

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Location Baker Street, Marylebone, W1U Add to list

In a great location to access a host of local tube stations and within walking distance of Marylebone train station.

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Transport Links

Motorway 4.94 - M1 J1 with the A406
Railway 0.31 - Marylebone London
1.18 - Euston London
1.24 - Paddington
Airport 8.84 - London City Airport
13.21 - Heathrow Airport
Tube 0.17 - Baker Street
0.33 - Marylebone
4.46 - Wapping

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Written by Ahmed Latif from A & M International Limited
Mar 2012

Visit in March 2012.

We met Amy and she showed us around the whole Building. We were impressed with the maintenance and facilities available. We were also introduced to the office staff who seemed to be quite friendly.

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