Serviced Offices in NW1 | Office Space to Rent

Rent the perfect office space in NW1 for your company. Each business centre listed below in this postcode provides a variety of serviced offices to suit all sizes of requirements.

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Euston Road, Euston, London, NW1
Private serviced offices
2 to 55 people
From £1,100/mo.

Business accommodation with exceptional citywide views offers bespoke workspaces on flexible agreements. Boutique offices enjoy air conditioning, 24/7 key card access, shower facilities, a breakout space and bike storage.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Warren Street (1 min walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Euston Square (3 mins walk)
Bayham street, Camden, London, NW1
Private serviced offices
2 to 65 people
From £550/mo.

Office Space with 24/7 access offers flexible workspaces which benefit from CAT5, mobile phone integration, telephone handsets, a conference room and comfy lounge area.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Camden Town (2 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Mornington Crescent (4 mins walk)
Gloucester Av, Primrose Hill, London, NW1
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £660/mo.

Newly-refurbished business accommodation in a trendy location boasts stylish interiors and unbranded, air-conditioned office suites. High-speed fibre-optic internet, CAT5e, VPN, reception services and meeting rooms feature.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Camden Town (4 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Chalk Farm (5 mins walk)
Mandela Street, Camden, London, NW1
Private serviced offices
8 to 150 people
From £1,432/mo.

Vibrant workspaces spread across 7 renovated period buildings available on flexible leases. amenities include ultrafast Wi-Fi, cycle racks, shower facilities, disabled access, a fully-equipped gym and café.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Mornington Crescent (3 mins walk)
  • Icon: Tube Station Camden Town (4 mins walk)

About NW1

The NW1 area encapsulates Camden Town, Euston, Regent’s Park, Baker Street and Somers Town, with parts of Lisson Grove, Marylebone and Primrose Hill as well. This area has long been a popular area of London, from the markets and trendy bars to the open leafy spaces that are perfect for relaxing in the warmer months. Filled with Victorian and Georgian properties, it is a unique mix of modern commercialism and historic architecture. This district has quickly become a popular office location for businesses in a host of different sectors, from fashion and the arts to music, antiques and tourism. The great transport connections, close proximity to some of London’s top commercial areas and leisure facilities make it a prime location for businesses in London. 

 

NW1 Office Space to Let

There are contemporary spaces available to suit businesses of all different sizes in the NW1 area, from private offices to vast coworking premises and a choice of serviced or unserviced properties. There is a mix of modern business centres and refurbished period properties to choose from. The offices here are modern and stylish, with great on-site facilities and a host of nearby amenities to provide a great work-life balance for staff. There are several car parks in this area to provide spaces for commuters who want to drive in to work each day. 

 

Nearby Areas

The NW1 area is framed by the St John’s Wood and Kentish Town districts, with the Western Central area to the south-east. 

 

Transport Links

NW1 boasts a number of excellent transport links, making it a great option for businesses to base their office. Camden Town and Mornington Crescent are served by the Northern line, while Camden Road provides access to the Overground network. Euston station provides a number of train services across the country, including trains to Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly and Liverpool Lime Street. There are numerous bus routes in this area, many of which are 24-hour services. 

 

Food and Drink Options

Much of this district’s entertainment can be found in the fashionable Camden Town area, which is a hotspot for alternative music venues, cool bars and great restaurants. From the Electric Ballroom to KOKO and The Roundhouse, there is no shortage of places to go at the end of the working day. There are plenty of cafés and coffee shops for picking up a morning latte on the way to the office, such as The Broad Walk Café and The Espresso Bar, as well as a great selection of eateries including Honey and Co, Fischer’s and Opso. 

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