This impressive 1920’s Grade II listed building is in London’s legal quarter, close to a range of new digital and creative businesses. The centre has 2 meeting rooms, Berlin seats 5 and Rome seats 8 delegates, ideal for when you need a quiet, discreet working space. The meeting rooms all come equipped with a projector, a TV or a screen, a flipchart, whiteboard and markers, WiFi and video conference phone. The centre also comes fully equipped with disabled facilities.
Google’s offices are in this dynamic area as well as The Guardian newspaper headquarters and Central St Martins College of Art and Design. Kings Cross is also home to Kings Place, a major cultural centre and renowned sculptor Antony Gormley and designer Thomas Heatherwick both have studios in the area. This recently restored business centre is close to Bloomsbury in the north east of London’s West End. The City of London’s business area is nearby and The West End, Soho and Covent Garden are also close to the office offering theatres, restaurants, bars, and shopping. Strategically located between two main railway stations, the business centre is five minutes from Kings Cross, Euston, Euston Square and St Pancras mainline stations and tubes giving easy access to the rest of London, Midlands, North and the continent.
A virtual office tailored to your business
Prices are per person per day on a 24-month agreement, subject to availability.