Office Space Bloomsbury - Serviced Offices For Rent
Bloomsbury forms part of Greater London and specifically is in the London borough of Camden and situated in between Euston road and Holborn. It has a distinct village feel in the midst of central London and Bloomsbury feels chic, literary, very stylish and gives that upper-class atmosphere. Bloomsbury has no official boundaries as Bloomsbury occupies a part of Central London where different vibes intersect, we could also say with regards to Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia is to the West, St Pancras to the east and it has neighbouring tube stations such as: Goodge Street, Russel Square, Euston Square. It is slightly upmarket and considered one of the coolest names, say "Bloomsbury" in any language or accent :) it still makes sense.
Bloomsbury was also part of InMidtown BID and their aim was to make sure that Bloomsbury offered “a quality environment in which to work and live, a vibrant area to visit, and a profitable place in which to do business.". In terms of faith, it has some notable churches such as St George's Church, St Pancras New Church, The church of St George the Martyr and Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church. It also has excellent health care facilities such as Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, University College Hospital, The Eastman Dental Hospital and the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital. It also home to several education institutions such as the UCL, IOE, Birkbeck to name a few. In terms of entertainment and culture, the London Contemporary Dance School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art are also located in the area.
As such, Bloomsbury is a highly sought-after location in London due its fantastic amenities and amazing garden squares. Feel free to unwind in the cafes and restaurants (some of the best eateries at your doorstep) in the area or just take a stroll in the park, even better some pubs set up some tents and pop ups near the Gardens, so it is quite a scene and cool to work and hang out in Bloomsbury. It has a plethora of restaurants and is very central, and if you wish to commute to other locations, Bloomsbury is very accessible. Apart from a wide mix of history, bohemian twist and literary associations, there are also some great theatres and museums (the famous British Museum). It is considered to be a very safe and clean area. Many love this part of London as it offers great pubs, restaurants and museums which are all within 15 minutes’ walk of the West End and Covent Garden.
if we were to talk about innovation and entrepreneurship, Bloomsbury has a long history of that, we are talking about hundreds and hundreds of years - just to quote our friends at LondonTown "It was in Bloomsbury that Karl Marx created communism, Virginia Woolf defined the twentieth century British novel, and Charles Darwin first conceived the theory of natural selection". In terms of those employees who wish to work and also live in the area, Bloomsbury has streets and garden squares of Georgian houses, Edwardian blocks of mansion flats and studios that will appeal to mid and the upper class working staff. One might feel that they've stepped back in time. These properties provide the best mix of historic character in a quiet, village like location in the heart of the capital - and they complement perfectly the office spaces in the area.
Popular postcodes are: WC1A, WC1B, WC1H, WC1N and WC1R
For finding the right office space in Bloomsbury, these streets and roads might help:
Bayley Street, Bedford Square, Mabledon Place, Russell Square, Tottenham Court Road, Bloomsbury Way, Great Russell Street, Northington Street, Museum Street, Bury Place, Southampton Place, Southampton Row, Bernard Street and Bloomsbury Square