About Mill Hill
A leafy suburb next to Edgware, Mill Hill is surrounded by fields and parklands. Companies renting office space in the area enjoy a tranquil setting, while taking advantage of easy access to centre of London. There are two aspects to this location – the village which is spread across the Ridgeway, and Mill Hill Broadway which is home to more modern developments.
This area is home to several landmarks and points of interest including the University of London Observatory, the National Institute for Medical Research and several golf courses. Mill Hill enables companies of all different sectors to access the amenities of London without the need to be in the heart of the city, offering a more affordable office solution with great benefits.
Types of Office Space in Mill Hill
Central Mill Hill plays host to a number of great commercial spaces, including refurbished premises that offer modern, spacious private and shared offices with a range of great facilities such as meeting rooms and break out space. With flexible leases and a choice of serviced or managed terms, Mill Hill offices provide businesses from different sectors the opportunity to benefit from calm surroundings and great connections to central London.
Sitting on the edge of the city provides Mill Hill with a unique mix of calming green spaces and suburban surroundings, and a close proximity to London’s hive of activity that enables commuters to get into the city quickly. There are several car parks in Mill Hill, including Daws Lane and the Bunn’s Lane car park, both of which are centrally located.
Mill Hill is framed by Edgware to the west, Finchley to the east, Totteridge and Barnet to the north and Hendon to the south. This area is around nine miles from Charing Cross, making it a great location for commuters.
Offices in Mill Hill benefit from a number of nearby transport connections. Mill Hill is served by two stations – Mill Hill Broadway, which is on the Thameslink train services, and Mill Hill East. Commuters can be in St Pancras in just 20 minutes from Mill Hill and in Farringdon in less than 25 minutes. This area is also well-connected by buses, with a number of routes throughout the area including night bus routes. For driving in and out of the city, the A1 and the A41 converge at the entrance to Mill Hill at Watford Way, with a dual carriageway throughout the area.
Shopping and Dining Options
Brent Cross shopping centre is local to Mill Hill and provides a great selection of high street stores, with a number of great shops and supermarkets in the area too. For grabbing lunch during the day, office workers have a choice of several cafés including Mill Hill Park Café and the Busy Bee Café. For after work drinks, there are local favourites like the Three Hammers and BAW that are ideal for grabbing a pint with colleagues.