Serviced offices are ideal for those looking for a flexible deal. If you’re not in a position to commit to a long-term lease or purchase vast amounts of hardware and furniture, a serviced office may well be for you.
Contrary to popular belief, serviced offices aren’t just used by emerging start-ups. Some of the world’s best-known companies have rented serviced offices and are still based in them today. Indeed a serviced office can be a vital part in any business strategy, and currently Soho has some amazing business centres to offer. Check out our list:
Commanding a prominent position on Soho Square, these serviced offices offer creative space perfect for media companies and post production. Click here for more info.
Broadwick Street is a stunning period property that offers flexible managed offices. For more information see here.
This business centre offers boutique office space in an unbeatable location. Offices benefit from period features with modern furnishing. Click here for more information.
79 Wardour Street is a unique managed office in one of Soho’s coolest spots. Offices benefit from wood floors, exposed brickwork and period features. See here for more information.
The business center offers fully furnished office accommodation complete with kitchen facilities, on-site meeting rooms and super-fast fibre internet. Click here for more.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Golden Square, 3a Lower James Street offers flexible office space in central location. Find out more here.
A beautifully designed serviced office with great views over Golden Square. Modern office space, meeting rooms and exception staff! See more here.
Located in the heart of Soho, the Cobalt Building provides modern office space with generous floor to ceiling heights and the latest in IT and telecoms. Find out more here.
This business centre offers design led office space with smart interiors. Offices skilfully blend minimalist design with the period Victorian features the property provides. See more here.
Set behind an impressive stone façade, Liberty House provides flexible space in a great location – perfect for businesses with links to high end retail or the media hub of Soho. To find out more click here.
These stylish contemporary offices benefit from an eye catching glass exterior. Offering flexible terms and a heap of administrative support, this serviced office is popular press and communications agencies, and PR businesses. Follow this link for more info.
WeWork Soho provide some of the quirky offices on the market. Placing a heavy emphasis on collaboration, these serviced offices provide hot desks, private rooms and amazing interior design. See our review here.
Having only recently been opened, 48 Warwick Street is one of the latest serviced offices to hit the West End. Fitted out to the highest specification, this centres unique design fits perfectly on the Streets of Soho. For our review click here.
4 Cavendish Square is a elegant Grade II listed building situated on one of London’s most admired squares. Inside, offices benefit from the latest technology and five star service. For more info follow this link.
Located to the north of Soho, Charlotte Street is in an area with a real community vibe. Currently there are a range of flexible options available, so there’s no better time to begin your search!
Arranged over five floors, 54 Poland Street is beautiful self-contained Edwardian period building offering bright modern office space. For more details of its fantastic facilities click here.
11 Greek Street offers a discreet service that includes some of the best facilities on the market. Read more about the property here.
Henry Wood House has 76,000 sq ft of fantastic serviced space – and when you’ve got that much room, it doesn’t all to go to offices! Find out more about Henry Wood House’s great features here.