A des-res workspace postcode if ever we saw one – right in the midst of London’s buzzing West End. These 2 top-notch Grade I listed Victorian buildings enjoy an understated elegance: laid-back Victorian meets sophisticated 1920s. The elegant high ceilings, decorative cornicing and use of traditional paint colours sit in direct contrast to the bold Ercol-style furniture, stylish wall murals and futuristic lighting.
Tenants of our Bedford Square office space also have access to the key to Bedford Square Gardens. Ask us at reception if you fancy spending your lunch break in these beautiful surroundings!
An impressive 1890’s Grade II listed Workspace positioned on the corner of Margaret Street, at the centre of London’s trendy ‘Noho’ media district. A brilliant mix of old and new. What’s not to love? This imposing glass-fronted building houses 7 floors of office space with a striking mezzanine, which takes you down to our quirky break-out area and meeting rooms.
The beautiful Victorian features and earthy colours sit companionably alongside the on-trend Scandinavian furniture and oversized ornamental dogs – yes, ornamental dogs: they’re fab, we promise!
Audley House is positioned on the corner of Margaret Street and Great Titchfield Street at the centre of London’s trendy Noho media district. Close to Oxford Circus, our Margaret Street office space is in a prime location for transport links via tube, bus and mainline rail.
If you walk north of Oxford Street along Tottenham Court Road, we’re about 100 yards up on the left (so almost on top of the new Crossrail station). The entrance is just off the main drag in a building that has just been fully refurbished by Derwent London. ORMS architects have created a stunning re-design of the building, with particular emphasis on the ground floor, articulated with a blade and ribbon concept (you have to go there to get it).
We retained ORMS to continue with the design intent. Lots of natural light, event space , a lounge, individual offices and loads of meeting rooms make up around 34,000 sq. ft. of space that we have here.
Tucked round the back of Charlotte Street and almost on top of Tottenham Court Road, there’s loads of places to eat, drink and shop. And shop.
Henry Wood House
Despite being a sterling example of modern architecture (even following Corbusier’s 5 points of architecture) HWH has long been considered the ugly sister of the BBC’s classical Langham Place, yup the one with that famous rotunda of corinthian pillars. But we’re not in this camp, as Confucius put it “Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.”
Since we’ve got 76,000 sq. ft. we’ve decided it doesn’t have to be all work. We’ve worked with architects Buckley Gray Yeoman to create co-working spaces and a lounge on the ground floor for members to work, collaborate, socialise and grow their business. Meeting and event spaces for 2 -100 people topped off with a penthouse meeting space to be booked out in its entirety. And of course private offices for 2 – 100 people kitted out with dining areas, kitchens and lounges. It even has a library where you’re encouraged to ssh!
What’s new? Where’s the play? There’s a gym for yoga, boxing, HIIT and strength training with a sound system to match. A 20 – seater screening room is yours to enjoy as well. We’ve also got heaps of cycle storage, showers that will make you want to abandon your own bathroom, drying rooms, lockers and are planning weekly group rides around Regent’s Park and beyond.
The Smiths Building
This building was originally constructed in 1913 for Smiths Industries. They made the first ever Speedometers for the motor car so we have some industrial heritage with the building, albeit much of it has been destroyed over the years. Still, we worked hard with architects Stiff & Trevillion to pull some of that character back.
We also moved our head office into part of the space so the design has a little bit of everything we like from our other buildings; the space features a combination of industrial/contemporary style mixed with vintage/modern furniture and lighting. The overall feel is light and young with a hint of this building’s history. There’s a roof top perfect for events and parties (trust us, we’ve tried and tested) offices, meeting rooms and lounge space galore.
New Cavendish Street
"This centre on New Cavendish Street is situated within the Fitzrovia district of London’s West End. A popular business destination, the centre is within easy walking distance from Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street Stations. The fashionable location is close to the buzz of the West End but with the serene Regents Park nearby, the perfect lunchtime spot.
The centre provides flexible office space on the Ground, 3rd and 4th floors encompassing a total of 230 workstations. The private office space comes in a range of sizes, price levels; internal, external and premium suites. We can accommodate from 1 to 100+ workstations.
The centre also offers Club Space with free to use informal meeting rooms, phone booths, group and private working spaces, sit/stand desks and a range of new features."
Newman Street is situated within the Fitzrovia district of London’s West End. The business centre has Club Space offering a variety of different workspaces for all tasks, as well as private offices and two roof terraces. A popular business destination, the centre is within easy walking distance from Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus Stations and surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants on Oxford Street.
What’s it like working in light-filled workspace in a building full of character? Find out how effective you can be at these outstanding offices and meeting rooms in a prominent corner building fronting Alfred Place in the heart of creative Fitzrovia.
The office stands impressively on the corner of Oxford Street in Soho. If you work in the retail, broadcasting, film or hospitality sectors, these offices are the perfect base to work from. Within easy reach of 2 tube stations at Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road, you have fast access to the rest of the city. The welcoming reception area within the building leads to light airy offices, helping you to forget the bustle outside. These offices are also suitable for anyone with a disability. You can also book meeting rooms onsite, and use the fast broadband that keeps you connected. If you’re working in Soho these offices are central to its hub.
Oxford Street needs no introduction. Running from Marble Arch to the Tottenham Court Road via Oxford Circus, it is a shopping mecca, with the 300 stores seeing over 200 million visitors each year. Parking for the Office is ample with an NCP car park just a minute’s walk away, and parking at Cavendish Square just 4 minutes more. Hotels are plentiful and offer accommodation to suit every budget. And after work, The West End and Leicester Square are both 20 minutes away if you’d like to take in a show or see a movie. As a central location for work and leisure, this offce is hard to beat.
With Oxford Circus less than five minutes’ walk away, this business centre is in a great position for doing business in the West End.
Light and modern inside, it occupies a prominent corner building that’s been recently refurbished.
The Southampton Row business centre is located in a prime spot, midway between the City and the West End of London.
The prominent triangular building has a stunning traditional façade, and overlooks Bloomsbury Square, a recognisable local landmark that’s easy to locate for guests and visitors.
Located in Fitzrovia; just north of Oxford Street, this business centre benefits from being in a prime position. The area has a cosmopolitan vibe and is home to a mix of media, IT, advertising, TV and art businesses, making it a vibrant place to work. The centre is ideal for those working in the creative, fashion or design industries. The office space has a smart interior and there are seven meeting rooms decorated with modern art to choose from seating from six to 40 delegates. This well-appointed office space offers secure WiFi, video conferencing and admin support for when you need assistance.
Fitzrovia is well situated with excellent cycle, pedestrian, bus and rail links. Euston and St Pancras train stations are less than a mile away and Goodge Street tube is on the doorstep while Tottenham Court Road is just a short stroll away. There is a wide range of lively restaurants, cafes and bars in Charlotte and Oxford Street. The West End, Bloomsbury, Soho and Marylebone are all nearby with an abundance of shopping and entertainment options. If you need some green space, Russell Square is a short distance away in Bloomsbury, near the University of London's main buildings and the British Museum.
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