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Office Space in Covent Garden to Rent

Covent Garden is a vibrant area of Central London, most commonly associated with the former fruit and vegetable market and the Royal Opera House. Located between St Martin’s Lane and Drury Lane, bordering the West End and just yards from Leicester Square, it is a popular tourist spot – however, over recent years the serviced office market has taken advantage of Covent Garden’s desirable position and impressive architecture, with a number of office providers now based in the district.

Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, WC2E

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Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, WC2E

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Savoy Street, Covent Garden, WC2E

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Office Space

Most of the office space in Covent Garden is based around Chandos Place, Floral Street and Tavistock Street and the majority of business centres are based in prestigious, character properties that are sure to impress. Probably one of the best known companies to take space in Covent Garden recently is Google, the global web giant known for quirky workspace and content employees. Their UK headquarters are currently occupying 160,000 sq ft of the central St Giles Development and they have made headlines with their unique interior design including oversized sofas, day beds, comfortable pillows, a “secret garden” rooftop terrace, allotments and much more. Google are a prime example of the kind of businesses drawn to the area and Covent Garden is the perfect place too for creative workspace. The district sees a mixture of media companies, drawn to the proximity to Soho and also a number of law businesses, as Covent Garden is conveniently close to the law courts of Lincoln’s Inn Fields and is starting to rival office space in Mayfair for prestige and reputation.

Eating and Drinking

Of all the fantastic restaurants in Covent Garden, the most well-known is The Ivy, famous for its fine dining, celebrity clientele and stunning interior design. The district is also home to big names such as Rules, which has been an established restaurant since 1798 and Ladurée, best known for the marvellous macarons. Looking for post-work or lunchtime drinks with clients and colleagues? Then you will be spoilt for choice in Covent Garden, with an eclectic mix of drinking holes from the colourful Cellar Door, with cabaret acts and more, to more traditional cocktail lounges Freud and Detroit. The best way to navigate Covent Garden is on foot, as the area is easy to walk around and has many “secret” passages to discover. On the Piccadilly Line, Covent Garden Underground Station is at the end of James Street and a number of bus routes serve the area, with most stopping at Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square.

Coming Soon

Plans for a controversial huge redevelopment of the Covent Garden Market have recently been approved, which will see £2 billion spent on creating thousands of new homes in the area, as well as potential retail, leisure and office space options. The wider area around the market will see fashion boutiques, a private members club, loft offices and a cinema take shape over the coming years.

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Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, WC2E

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Long Acre, Covent Garden, WC2E

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Shelton Street, Covent Garden, WC2H

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Floral Street, Covent Garden, WC2E

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Duncannon Street, Covent Garden, WC2N

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Chandos Place, Covent Garden, WC2N

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Neal Street, Covent Garden, WC2H

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