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This large, grade II listed property is a magnificent, completely unbranded, serviced office building in a sought after London location. It houses a range of spacious office suites, with high ceilings and tall windows. Offices and meeting rooms are set over 7 floors and are tastefully furnished and decorated to a high standard. ... Read More4 Request Information
A variety of luxury offices are available to let within this period building in a fantastic Covent Garden location. The offices are all furnished for your convenience and the centre is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to ensure smooth day to day running, meeting rooms are available, kitchen facilities and patio area. ... Read More5 Request Information
A range of fully serviced offices are available to let within this impressive business centre. The centre has been extensively refurbished to provide high quality office space and it boasts an excellent Central London location. All offices are equipped with state of the art IT and telecoms, all are fully furnished, have excellent natural light ... Read More6 Request Information
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.
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.
Based within a beautiful Victorian property, this business centre has recently been fully refurbished to provide high quality, serviced office space. The offices are furnished and equipped with the latest IT and telecoms available. There are spacious meeting rooms on site in various sizes, suitable for large board meetings or interview situations. Many services and ... Read More6 Request Information
An impressive square shaped commercial property, built around a stunning atrium allowing offices fantastic natural light. This Business Centre provides fully serviced office space on flexible license agreements with a full range of services including video conferencing and secure car parking. ... Read More6 Request Information
With its floor-to-ceiling windows, this House has fantastic views of this desirable area of London, with a variety of restaurants, boutique shops and the famous Royal Opera House nearby. These offices provide high-spec hospitality and can be easily reached from Covent Garden, Charing Cross and Leicester Sq stations. ... Read More4 Request Information
An imposing period building in an excellent corner plot, this business centre allows both small and large companies to create a professional business image instantly. A vibrant surrounding environment is brought inside the business centre with modern fixtures and furnishings, communal breakout areas and an impressive reception area. Services offered here include access to meeting ... Read More6 Request Information
This is an award winning independent business centre which offers a full reception service and innovative management to ensure that the centre regularly exceeds expectations. The centre has a range of adaptable meeting rooms, seating from two to fifty, including a free interview room and a large multi-purpose soundproofed conference/training room. The secluded roof terrace ... Read More4 Request Information
As is common for offices within the vibrant and exciting area of Covent Garden, Neal’s Yard, this building is very modern and laid back with simple décor and an on trend feel. Exposed brick work and untreated wooden flooring gives a quirky and industrial feel to the place which is enhanced by large ceiling beams. ... Read More3 Request Information
Infusing creativity through the location, character through the architecture and a modern feel through the refreshing décor, this office has it all. Floor to ceiling windows and high ceilings typical within Victorian buildings provide clients taking space here with great natural light and plenty of space for large equipment; such buildings are hence popular with ... Read More4 Request Information