About Edgware Road
Running from Marble Arch to Edgware, and part of the A5 road, Edgware Road passes through several districts of London. A variety of companies rent office space in the area, within a mix of converted period properties and modern business centres. With Paddington to the west and Marylebone to the east, Edgware Road is a bustling commercial area with excellent transport links, great amenities and an abundance of eateries, making it a great business location.
Offices to Rent in Edgware Road
A mix of modern business centres and charismatic converted period properties provide a variety of shared and private offices with meeting rooms and conference facilities. Many of the serviced offices feature onsite cafes, air conditioning, CCTV and IT facilities at competitive rental rates.
Companies renting offices in the area benefit from numerous transport links, providing easy access across London. Edgware Road is well served by a variety of good bus routes, including night buses, and there are two underground stations on Edgware Road, one on the Bakerloo line, and the other on the Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines. Nearby are the underground stations of Marble Arch, Paddington, Marylebone and Kilburn, while the Overground stations, Kilburn High Road and Brondesbury, are within easy reach.
Shopping, Restaurants and Leisure
In addition to a vast range of office buildings, there is a wide variety of pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants including the Mandalay, Alfie’s Rooftop Restaurant, The Windsor Castle, The Green Man and KuPP.
As well as the local shops, independent traders and convenience stores in Edgware Road, there is also Merchant Square in nearby Paddington which is home to high street names and fashion shops. Just off of Edgware Road, Alfie’s Antique Market is one of the largest indoor antique markets in London with a wide range of old furniture pieces and home furnishings stalls. For after-work entertainment, the famous Lord’s Cricket Ground is just a 10 minute walk from Edgware Road, as is the Puppet Theatre Barge which is a floating theatre of just 50 seats.