Serviced Offices in Soho (Office Space to Rent)

Celebrated for its theatre scene and rich nightlife, Soho has established itself as a fashionable location, with many media companies and publishing organisations choosing to rent serviced offices in the area. Sophisticated restaurants serving multi-cultural cuisines, lively bars, clubs and cafes are located throughout Soho. Numerous underground stations are within a short walk, providing easy access throughout London for companies renting stylish offices in converted period buildings.

Eagle Street, Holborn, WC1R
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 70 people
From £600/mo.

Recently-refurbished commercial property provides flexible leases for spacious, unbranded office suites boasting wooden floors and exposed brickwork. IT support, CAT6, telecoms and 24-hour access and security can be expected.

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Old Queen Street, Westminster, SW1H
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 65 people
From £1,550/mo.

Stunning 17th-Century period building in a prestigious location provides luxurious office accommodation, attractive meeting rooms and a contemporary reception. The historic property also boasts shower facilities and a lounge.

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Red Lion Street, Holborn, WC1R
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 100 people
From £850/mo.

Contemporary business centre with excellent transport links nearby, boasts modern break out areas, meeting rooms, phone booths, event space and a professional management team. Shower facilities and bike storage on-site.

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Old Queen Street, Westminster, SW1H
Private offices (serviced)
3 to 40 people
From £2,100/mo.

Business centre in an impressive central London location with a staffed reception and roof terrace provides high-spec office suites on all-inclusive terms. Superfast internet, meeting rooms, breakout spaces and showers feature.

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Lincoln's Inn Fields, Holborn, WC2A
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 150 people
From £840/mo.

Centrally-located period building with traditional interiors offers varied business accommodation. The property provides air conditioning, VoIP, admin/IT support, meeting rooms, showers, and disabled facilities.

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Theobalds Road, Chancery Lane, WC1X
Private offices (serviced)
2 to 180 people
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Professional workspace available in Grade II listed properties boasting stunning original features. Provides stylish breakout space, two external courtyards, design-led meeting rooms, bike racks and shower facilities.

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Upper Woburn Place, Euston, WC1H
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 50 people
From £590/mo.

Stylish Business Centre in a prime location with multiple transport connections provides modern offices. CAT6, video conferencing facilities, reception services, VOIP, IT/admin support and meeting rooms feature.

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Bedford Row, Holborn, WC1R
Private offices (serviced)
20 to 400 people
From £14,856/mo.

Bespoke workspace to rent in period building in thriving central setting. Dedicated floors containing meeting rooms, kitchenettes, comfy breakout space and a manned reception. Super-fast broadband, tea and coffee, and cleaning provided.

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High Holborn, Holborn, WC1V
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 70 people
From £1,020/mo.

Flexible office solutions area offered in a prestigious London location enjoying nearby public transport connections. Meeting facilities, video conferencing technology, bike storage, showers and breakout spaces feature.

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Petty France, Westminster, SW1H
Private offices (serviced)
3 to 270 people
From £1,800/mo.

Professional modern workspaces are available at this business centre in a prestigious, traditional area of London. A staffed reception, lounge area, 24-hour access and air conditioning are provided.

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Soho

Soho is located in the City of Westminster, with brilliant connections and a host of amenities close to hand. Over the years, this district has become a respectable and upmarket part of London, and is a popular office location for a wide range of companies. Home to a bohemian and alternative character, it plays host to a number of iconic bars and music venues, as well as dining options and retail stores. This region of the city covers little more than a square mile, just south of Fitzrovia and west of Covent Garden, but it is steeped in a rich and colourful history.

 

Soho became a commercial area as far back as the 17th and 18th centuries when it was popular for its tailoring services, nightlife and music – in particular, jazz. In terms of businesses who call Soho home today, the majority of companies here are media and film agencies, retail stores, restaurants and bars, and production companies. This creative sector helps to retain the artistic vibe that Soho has always been known for. This district is also the location for the corporate offices of social network and search engine brands and language schools. Brands flock to Soho for its renowned status, closeness to nearby popular locations and brilliant transport connections that make it convenient for commuters.

 

Offices Available in Soho

Companies looking for an inspiring and influential area to rent office space won’t be disappointed with Soho, with so many globally-renowned brands and independent agencies close by. Businesses in the creative and media sectors, in particular, would benefit from the connections that this area provides. Commercial property in Soho is sleek, elegant and modern, providing an impressive setting for any company working in the area.

 

Both private offices and coworking spaces can be found in this part of the city, with flexible leases to accommodate companies on an individual basis. Offices in Soho can be rented in a serviced or managed capacity, with furnished and unfurnished options available.

 

Nearby Areas

Soho is bounded by Regent Street, Charing Cross Road, Leicester Square and Oxford Street, with Fitzrovia, Mayfair and St James’s nearby.

 

Transport Links

Soho is one of the best-connected areas of London, with four Tube stations in the area, making it a highly sought after office location. Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road stations are all within walking distance. Between them, they provide services on the Central, Northern, Bakerloo, Victoria and Piccadilly lines, for a huge number of station stops. The closest mainline station is Charing Cross, which is around 15-minute walk south-east of Soho.

 

There are countless bus stops in the area for easy access to the neighbouring districts, as well as regular taxis. Heathrow Airport is just over 50 minutes from Soho, while Victoria Station is just over ten minutes from the area for access to Gatwick Airport. There are also cycle routes throughout the area for those wishing to enjoy a more scenic commute during the summer months.

 

Food and Entertainment

Grabbing a morning coffee has never been easier than in Soho – this area has a number of cafés and coffee shops, including SAID, Yumchaa and Kova Patisserie. Soho has a brilliant selection of restaurants for professionals in the area to benefit from, whether it is lunch at the ever-popular Mildred’s or dinner at Polpo for delicious Venetian cuisine. For drinks, there is a wonderful array of bars and pubs, including Barrio Soho and Cahoots, whether it is for casual client meetings or drinks with colleagues after a day in the office.

 

With its close proximity to the West End’s numerous theatres, museums, galleries and parks means workers in Soho won’t be short of things to do on their lunchbreak or after work. If you are in need of a spot of retail therapy, there is also a mix of high-end stores and high street brands to choose from. The huge number of blue plaques commemorating notable figures from the area are also well worth exploring and highlight just how influential Soho has been throughout London’s history, from the likes of John Logie Baird to Karl Marx and Shelley all memorialised in the area.

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