Office space W1, London
If you’re looking to rent an office in the West End, Office Genie can help you narrow it down to your perfect space. London’s W1 is a hugely popular location for office rentals and while it’s not cheap, it’s hard to think of a more iconic location for a business to call home.
Why choose offices in W1, London?
Soho and Oxford Street, Harley Street and Saville Row, Mayfair and Chinatown; no other area captures London’s diversity and iconic global reputation quite like the West End. This makes W1 a perfect draw for clients, as well as the brightest talents on the job market.
Of course this hasn’t gone unnoticed by commercial letters; W1 once again took over from Tokyo as the world’s most expensive place to rent office space in December 2013. But with prices ranging greatly from the media hub of Soho to the gentleman’s clubs of St James’s, it is still possible to find a relative bargain.
The West End really is the heart of London – just look at the tube map and the five tube lines crisscross W1. You’re never more than a few minutes from a tube station, which is never more than a few stops from one of London’s key national rail stations (Waterloo, Victoria, King’s Cross etc).
Office space options in W1, London
It’s also hard to find an area that has more diversity of office space for rent than W1, London. Central London’s blend of history and modernism means you’ll find period offices alongside modern serviced spaces, with plenty of flexible leases available thanks to high competition – which also sees the range of offices available changing on a daily basis.
If you do find yourself priced out of this pretty exclusive market, remember the capital’s tube network spreads surprisingly efficiently to all corners of the city; consider expanding your search to Finchley or Wembley to the north, or Southwark and Docklands to the east.
How to rent shared deskspace, serviced and leased offices in W1, London