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Considered as one of the hippest places in London, Shoreditch is a stone's throw away from Liverpool Street. It marks the start of East London and is in the borough of Hackney. Old Street is very close too. Due to its strategic location, trendy vibes and fantastic artsy presentations, Shoreditch is considered as a business hub amongst those in the creative, media agencies and tech sector.
Just south of River Thames, the London Bridge area is packed with new iconic developments such as Tate Modern, the riverside and all the pubs, one of the loveliest spots overlooking the bridge. Surrounded by top transport links such as the recently renovated underground. One of the most connected places for any business due it being close to the City, West End and the Mid End.
Buzzing with the alt and creative community, the borough of Hackney has Dalston, Stoke Newington, Shoreditch and London Fields as central creative hubs. It could be summed that Hackney represents the entirety of the east end, from Bethnal Green, Mile end with the borders ending near Hackney Wick, with businesses being situated even on the outskirts of the Stratford Olympic hub.
This area is regarded as one of the main business centres in West London. Even though it's just after the West End, Hammersmith is the next big hub for media companies and any established businesses. It's renowned to have one of the most connected underground transport links, also connecting other hubs such as Shepherd's Bush, Chiswick, Earl's Court, and Ealing on the west side.
Considered as the heart of the city, Liverpool Street has all the high-end offices and all the amenities required for any business to thrive and grow. Couple of steps away from Moorgate, Barbican and Bank, this area is considered as one of the most premium and buzzing regions with Bishopsgate, London Wall, Leadenhall and Fenchurch Street completely imposing in this area of The City.
Considered as the home of the Central Bank. Bank forms part of the Square Mile and is close to Liverpool Street, Moorgate, St. Pauls, Monument, Mansion House and Cannon Street. Bank is well known to investment banks and many prestigious financial institutions with its tube station ranked the 8th busiest in London - no wonder why Bank has such a reputation for office space.
Camden is a famous area in the north west of Greater London and is known to be the capital of alt style businesses - considered as a trendy and arty place to live & work in. The vibrant community in Camden inspires a lot of businesses to take off properly and also grow at their own pace. Situated on the Northern line, Camden Town and Kentish Town have a lot to offer in terms of office space.
Moorgate is the one of the busiest parts of the City, with offices all over Coleman Street, Finsbury Pavement, Fore Street, London Wall, Moorfieds, and Ropemaker Walk. This buzzing area of the Square Mile is just a step away from Liverpool Street, easily accessible from Old Street and also Barbican. It has all the modern facilities one needs including pubs, restaurants, cafes and entertainment. The best part of Moorgate is, the location!
Mayfair is an area classed as a luxury neighbourhood in London and regarded as an affluent area in the West End. It has the reputation of being an upscale district, bordering Hyde Park, with exclusive hotels, gourmet restaurants and also world-famous retailers and tailors. Bond Street is the most famous one, there are far too many reasons to relocate one’s business to Mayfair, have a read.
Considered as a chic area, Marylebone borders Paddington, Hyde Park, Mayfair, Fitzrovia and also the famous Regent’s Park. It also has both a modern and village feel to it, and offers a strong transport network. As it is situated in the West End, businesses tend to find office space in Marylebone due to having the best of both worlds – a lovely place to live in and a prestigious location to work in.
Fitzrovia is a very affluent area in Central London, just a stone's throw from the West End. This district lies partly in the city of Westminster on the west side and the borough of Camden on the east side. It has the characteristic of having a well-balanced usage of residential, business and retail. The famous Oxford Street is over there, and some also call this area as Noho, as Soho is just south of it. Many businesses tend to have their office over there due to its strong transport links and its strategic positioning.
Holborn is the dominant area in the Mid End, with its footprint in both the City of Westminster and the borough of Hackney. It has a reputation of being the preferred location for businesses that are in the professional services. It borders Covent Garden, Fitzrovia, Clerkenwell and also St. Pauls. It has strong infrastructure links, most notably, the Holborn and Chancery lane tube stations and City Thameslink rail station. Due to being positioned so closely to the West End, it is perfect for many in terms of office space.
Victoria is a small district in the City of Westminster, however, has one of the best and busiest transport links in Central London. Victoria is close to Belgravia, Green Park, St James Park and Pimlico. Office space tends to be of premium prices over there as the surrounding area is very upmarket and has some of the best tourist attractions and chill places, such as the Buckingham palace, the Westminster Cathedral, and Cardinal place. The Victoria area is a buzzing place for new and established businesses.
St. Pauls is an area which houses the iconic St. Pauls Cathedral which tends to attract a lot of tourists, locals and also people from all around London for the prayer services, and sometimes many film producers tend to film around St. Pauls, don’t freak out if you see snipers outside your office. In terms of office space and amenities, St. Pauls is one of the most premium location in London, with bars and restaurants, and high-rise office buildings. The St. Pauls tube station, City Thameslink and Blackfriars are all within reasonable distance, and as a result makes St. Pauls one of the best locations in terms of accessibility and transport services.
Barbican is one the most upmarket areas in Central London, nicely tucked in between Farringdon, Old Street, St. Pauls and Moorgate. The famous Barbican centre is the centre of all attention and in terms of reputation, lots of law firms, international banks, and businesses in professional services tend to have their Headquarters based in Barbican. This is due to the reputation of Barbican as a strategic location in the City. With some amazing pubs, upmarket restaurants and buzzing atmosphere, we have no doubt whatsoever why any serious business might consider Barbican for their offices.
Dublin is one of the main business hubs and classed as the economic centre of Ireland. It has the tendency to pull large brands such as the likes of Facebook and Google. Northside Dublin and Southside Dublin are open to new office providers and as such flexible office space is on the rise in Dublin. Coworking, shared, and serviced offices are the most popular office option in Dublin at the moment. In terms of agility and competitiveness, Dublin seems to take one of the top spots in Europe with regards to office space. Shane Bourke who leads Irish Office Space will be able to advise on preferred office property shorlists and take your office search in Dublin to the next level.