About Sloane Square
One of the most iconic squares in the country, Sloane Square splits the trendy districts of Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Belgravia. It is not difficult to see why Sloane Square is one of the most desirable parts of the city to rent office space – it has great transport connections for easy commuting, beautiful architecture in the form of its grand stucco-fronted terraces, a wide variety of facilities on its doorstep and great views of the river. In addition to luxury retailers, Sloane Square is popular with estate agencies and lettings firms, as well as investment companies and recruitment businesses. For business owners, Sloane Square offers more than just great commercial properties, but also a wonderful work and life balance for staff.
This leafy district is home to a number of attractions and points of interest, including Cadogan Hall, the famous Saatchi Gallery and the Duke of York Square farmers’ market. Sloane Square is popular with tourists, celebrities and businesses alike that are drawn to the area for its charming properties, affluent residents and brilliant links to some of London’s best-known neighbourhoods.
Sloane Square Offices
Office premises in Sloane Square vary from elegant converted buildings to sleek and stylish purpose-built properties that house spacious workspaces. Small to medium-sized companies, in particular, are sure to find properties to suit their needs here, whether it is on serviced or non-serviced terms.
There are private offices and coworking spaces to choose from, all available on flexible rental terms and with brilliant transport connections to the rest of the city. The prestige and sophistication that a Sloane Square address provides businesses with makes it a hugely desirable location for any company, both established and new.
Sloane Square forms part of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and is framed by several well-known areas of London, including Chelsea, Belgravia and Knightsbridge. It also benefits from easy access to Abbots Manor, Westminster and Pimlico just a short distance to the east.
Offices in Sloane Square are located within walking distance to several transport links. Sloane Square is well connected to the rest of the city via Sloane Square station which is served by the District and Circle lines, for quick access to Victoria and the City. There are also other Tube stations within walking distance, including Knightsbridge and South Kensington for Piccadilly lines. Sloane Square benefits from around 15 bus routes which run in and around this area, plus there are cycle routes. Heathrow Airport and London City Airport are around 90 minutes from Sloane Square, while Gatwick Airport is around a 75-minute journey.
Food and Leisure
Being so close to Knightsbridge and Chelsea means Sloane Square boasts a wide variety of restaurants and bars for professionals to choose from, including farmers’ markets and specialist stores. Whether you are in need of coffee, lunch or after-work drinks with colleagues or clients, there are numerous options close by. There are also plenty of leafy spaces for enjoying some downtime on your lunch break, such as the Chelsea Embankment Gardens or the Battersea Bridge Gardens. For post-work entertainment, office workers in this area are just a short walk from a host of theatres and venues, as well as clubs and cinemas.