Euston (London): A Guide to Working in the Area

1. Overview
2. Demographics
3. Types of Buildings in Euston
4. How Euston Office Prices Compare to Nearby Areas
5. Similar Areas to Rent Office Space In
6. Where to Eat and Drink in Euston
7. Green Spaces in Euston for a Lunch Break
8. Industry Events in Euston
9. Accommodation in Euston
10. Shopping Facilities in Euston
11. Wellbeing in Euston
12. Euston's Hidden Gems



One of London’s largest transport hotspots, Euston Station serves several UK-wide railway routes. Its connectivity and proximity to St. Pancras—a key international transport hub—make it a convenient place to base a growing business.

Far from just well-connected, Euston has a lot to offer prospective occupiers. In this guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about this dynamic Central London location, from the average price of an office to where to eat with coworkers.



Euston is a diverse destination that attracts people from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. 

Statistics include:

• There are 8,200 jobs in Euston (3.1 jobs per capita of working-age residents).

• The largest employment industries are wholesale and retail. 

• There will be a population increase of 11.4% by 2028.

• Euston falls under the local authority of Camden.


Types of Buildings in Euston

Euston boasts a diverse array of buildings and architecture. Of course, it is dominated by Euston Station, which connects London to other parts of the UK. A London Underground and bus station also form part of the transport network. 

In addition to residential buildings, Euston features serviced offices for rent, retail outlets, restaurants, and cafes catering to commuters, residents, and visitors.


How Euston Office Prices Compare to Nearby Areas

According to FreeOfficeFinder's pricing tool, the average price of a coworking desk in Euston is £352. The average price of a desk in a private office is £612. Next door in King's Cross, the average price of a coworking desk is £314. The average price of a desk in a private office is similar to Euston at £617 per month. 


Similar Areas to Rent Office Space In

Waterloo could be a viable option if you’re looking to rent an office near a transport hub south of the River Thames (Euston is north of the river). It is Britain's largest station, used by thousands of commuters daily. 

An average coworking desk in Waterloo costs £338, while a desk in a private office could cost around £544.                                                 


Where to Eat and Drink in Euston 

Euston has its fair share of sleek drinking and dining places that will impress clients and cheaper options for grabbing a quick bite to eat between meetings. German Gymnasium is a popular bar and restaurant for those working in and commuting through Euston. It serves German cuisine and cocktails. 

The Euston area is full of hidden gems regarding international cuisine. Roti King is just one example; it serves delicious Malaysian flavours through its various curries and signature roti canai dish. 

Also nearby, Woburn Place Dining Room is an airy, ornate Victorian conservatory located in Hilton Euston, London.


Green Spaces in Euston for a Lunch Break

Euston isn’t known for its green spaces. However, there are a few small parks (and one large one not too far away): 

• Euston Square Gardens (view map) – A small, relaxing green oasis in the city landscape. 

• Regent’s Park (view map) – An expansive green space with recreational facilities and beautiful gardens within walking distance. 

• Tavistock Square Gardens (view map) – Public gardens with mature trees, flower beds and a statue of Mahatma Gandhi.

• Gordon Square (view map) – A restored landscaped city square owned by the University of London.


Industry Events in Euston

Euston’s various buildings host several networking events throughout the year. 30 Euston Square is one such venue - in fact, its events space is considered one of the best conference and events venues in London.

The British Library, located in nearby Bloomsbury, hosts several events for businesses, including The Business Planning Tool Kit Live Workshop.


Accommodation in Euston

Many hotels in and around Euston cater to the thousands of people travelling daily. These hotels vary in size, style, and amenities, ranging from budget-friendly options to more luxurious establishments. 

Premier Inn London St Pancras is a 5-minute walk from King's Cross St Pancras station and a 7-minute walk from Euston station. 

Pancras Renaissance Hotel London - widely recognised as one of the city's most significant Victorian landmarks - is a luxurious 5-star hotel with elegant rooms and access to a 24-hour gym and health spa.


Shopping Facilities in Euston

Euston is not synonymous with shopping, but you’ll find shops inside the station, including small supermarkets, chemists, and convenience stores. You can also take the Victoria Line from Euston to Oxford Circus, where you will find a massive selection of department stores, high-street favourites, and small boutiques. 


Wellbeing in Euston

There is no shortage of fitness centres in Euston serving the thousands of workers and residents who call it home. In addition to gyms, yoga and Pilates studios promote well-being, relaxation, and agility. 

Astanga Yoga London is a short distance from Euston Station and is less than 15 minutes' walk from Euston Square, Warren Street, and King’s Cross stations. Everyone, from beginners to practising enthusiasts, can join a class. 


Euston's Hidden Gems 

Euston has a cultural side, too. Those working in the area should check out the hidden gems on their doorstep, such as St. Pancras Old Church, a historic church dating back to the Norman era. It is a peaceful space for contemplation. 

The Wiener Library near Russell Square is another interesting place to visit. The library houses a comprehensive collection of Holocaust and genocide-related materials, making it an essential resource for research and education.

If you like films, check out the Birkbeck Cinema, located within Birkbeck, University of London. The cinema screens a diverse selection of independent and foreign films and is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a unique cinema experience.

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