Serviced Offices in SW1 ( Office Space for Rent)

Find the ideal serviced office space to rent in SW1, London. The postcode contains a high number of business centres, listed below, which provide a range of different sized offices to choose from.

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Horse Guards Av, Westminster
Private serviced offices
2 to 200 people
From £1,200/mo.

Exceptional office accommodation is offered at this prestigious Westminster period building boasting high ceilings and impressive interiors with traditional features. 24/7 secure entry, WiFi and a staffed reception are provided.

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Regent St, St James's, London, SW1Y
Private serviced offices
2 to 75 people
From £1,200/mo.

Striking period property in London’s West End hosts Grade A business accommodation with numerous public transport links. Workspaces benefit from a breakout space, boardroom, reception services and a roof terrace.

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St James's Sq, London, SW1Y
Private serviced offices
2 to 50 people
From £2,200/mo.

18th-Century, Grade II listed property moments from several tube stations provides elegant office accommodation arranged over nine floors. A staffed reception, customer and business lounges, meeting rooms and parking feature.

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Pall Mall, St James's, London, SW1Y
Private serviced offices
2 to 65 people
From £1,850/mo.

Grade I listed building in a prestigious London location offers a luxurious, staffed reception and flexible office space. The centre provides meeting rooms, ISDN, showers, secure onsite parking, 24-hour access and IT support.

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  • Icon: Tube Station Piccadilly Circus (4 mins walk)
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About SW1

SW1 spans much of the City of Westminster and parts of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and is divided into eight sub-sections. From Whitehall to Pimlico, Sloane Square and Belgravia, the SW1 region is an affluent and popular part of London. In terms of business, the presence of government buildings makes this area a popular choice for companies looking to rent office space, including business management firms, non-profits, investment companies and financial services. 

 

Office Space to Let in SW1

The SW1 district is home to striking period properties, elegant architecture and Grade-listed buildings, making it a uniquely stunning place to work. The offices in this area are well-suited to small or medium-sized businesses, with a choice of private and coworking spaces available. These properties can be rented on serviced or unserviced terms, depending on the needs of the business, and are within walking distance of transport connections for meeting with clients elsewhere in the city or for commuting. 

 

Nearby Areas

This postcode area is bordered by the River Thames to the south, with Kensington, Chelsea and Knightsbridge to the west, and the Borough of Camden to the east. 

 

Transport Links

There are several train stations and underground stations within easy reach of offices located in the SW1 area, including Victoria St James’s Park and Charing Cross. For commuters, this area of central London provides a great selection of transport connections for accessing the rest of the city and elsewhere in the country. There are several bus routes running throughout SW1 as well as plenty of taxi services and cycle routes for those wishing to take an active approach to travelling around London. The nearest airport is Gatwick Airport, just 44 minutes away, while Heathrow Airport is just under an hour from the area. 

 

Entertainment

SW1 is home to a wide variety of places to wine and dine, from luxury restaurants to popular chains. There are plenty of coffee shops close by for picking up a coffee on the way to the office, including Carpo and The Borough Barista, as well as lunch spots such as Duke’s Caffe and St James’s Café. In terms of entertainment, professionals have a wide range of options to choose from, from cultural landmarks to explore on their lunch break to theatres, galleries and museums. 

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