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Office Space in Soho to Rent

Arguably one of the capital’s most well-known districts, Soho offers a central location in London, making a number of key locations very accessible. Trendy, diverse and home to five star restaurants and the boutiques of Carnaby Street, this is a very sought after destination for office, commercial and retail space.

Carlisle Street, Soho, W1D

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Rathbone Place, Soho, W1T

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Sheraton Street, Soho, W1

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Soho – The Past

From the early 20th century, Soho has always attracted writers, intellectuals and artists, offering cheap dwellings and a real bohemian atmosphere. The name carried certain notoriety, and for over 200 years was seen as London’s scandalous backwater, with a corrupt police force and questionable clubs and establishments littering the area. However, this is a far cry from the Soho of present day. In the 1980’s, the area began transforming into the trendy, upmarket area that we see today – a desirable location for both business and pleasure.


Soho – The Present

Long established as an area that promotes creativity, Soho has consistently been the place to be for artists, fashion designers, creative media and recently became well connected with a number of advertising agencies. Many serviced offices available in the district are housed within loft-style buildings and business centres with a strong community focused environment, with some offering weekly networking events. A number of West End theatres are based in the area, further encouraging creative businesses to base themselves here, and a number of casting agencies have also been drawn in by the theatres. The close proximity to Mayfair, only separated by the width of Regent Street, has made Soho a popular alternative to those looking for a cheaper alternative to Mayfair office space. If you are considering a move to Soho, you are in excellent company, with advertising powerhouses like WPP, fashion designers such as Burberry and the world famous Liberty’s department store are all taking up residency here. The area is well served by public transport, with several tube stations within walking distance, including Tottenham Court Road, Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. For those looking for social venues nearby, be it for a lunch meeting or post work drinks, the area is teeming with trendy bars and restaurants, with the Blind Pig, Milk and Honey and Bao all located in the district.


Soho – The Future

In recent months, the serviced office industry has evolved and changed to meet the demands of the creative businesses that want to be located in Soho. The blue carpets and plasterboard partitions are being replaced with a new style of office space – quirky and colourful designs that are focused on promoting creativity. A number of new residential developments are stet to pop up in Soho over the coming months, in keeping with the new style of office space in the area, offering fashionable, stylish homes. In 2018 Crossrail will open its hub at Tottenham Court Road, linking Soho to Canary Wharf in just 12 minutes and to Heathrow in less than 30 minutes.

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Oxford Street, Soho, W1W

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Margaret Street, Soho, W1W

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Soho Square, Soho, W1D

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Regent Street, Soho, W1B

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Golden Square, Soho, W1

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Great Chapel Street, Soho, W1F

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Ramilies Street, Soho, W1F

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