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Office Space & Serviced Offices in Oxford Circus

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Oxford Circus Area Guide

Situated at the junction between Oxford Street and Regent Street, Oxford Circus sits between the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines and is believed to be home to the third busiest London Underground station.

Oxford Street in particular holds the title of being the busiest street in Europe as well as being one of the most popular shopping destinations within the capital. Regardless of whether you’re after vibrant and social workspaces or classy and stylish serviced offices, Oxford Circus offers something for every business.

Setting up your Business Here

Oxford Street is known for having a rich selection of retail outlets dotted throughout the area, including such colossal names as Selfridges and John Lewis. However, a broad variety of companies are operating within the area, including property firms, advertisers and publishing houses.

Given the number of visitors that the area attracts, Oxford Street is well served by a variety of transport networks, including the Tube from Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road as well as a near constant stream of buses and taxis. Access to Canary Wharf and the City is also highly convenient from this location. Ultimately, its close proximity to Central London and the variety of office space in Oxford Circus means the area offers ample opportunity for a business to thrive.

A typical office in Oxford Circus

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Offices to Rent in Oxford Circus

The affluence of the Oxford Circus area brings with it a natural reputation for providing bespoke and luxury office space for growing businesses, particularly those working in finance. There is a wealth of stylish property to choose from, and the area provides flexible offices for businesses of all sizes and budgets.

The average per person price for flexible office space units in Oxford Circus has risen by 5% in the last year, evidencing the growing popularity of this area amongst commercial organisations. Many of these offices provide state-of-the-art facilities, including exceptional furnishings, conferencing facilities and 24/7 reception access.

Culture and Entertainment

As you can imagine, shopping dominates the majority of lists of “things to do” around Oxford Circus. Having said that, there are also all manner of tourist hotspots to explore, bars to enjoy and cultural amenities to familiarise yourself with.

The BBC Broadcasting House offers a great opportunity to learn more about the history of British broadcasting at its worldwide headquarters, offering a chance to get hands on with some of the equipment. The Photographer s Gallery is the first gallery in the world to be devoted entirely to photography and is on the doorstep of Oxford Circus. Music lovers should also be sure to check out the Handel & Hendrix Museum, which is dedicated to the lives of the composer George Frideric Handel and singer-guitarist Jimi Hendrix.

Eating Out

When it comes to eating out, it will come as no surprise to hear that the area surrounding the busiest street in Europe is spoilt for choice.

Roads running either north or south from Oxford Street itself tend to have a wealth of cool bars, fine eateries and cosy cafes to choose from. One such road worth wandering along is James Street, on which you’ll find Atari-Ya Sushi Bar and the Lamb and Flag pub, along with a Lebanese eatery called Massis and eateries such as La Tasca and the Scotch Steak House. The beating heart of this area is Oxford Circus, which lies roughly halfway along the famous street and which leads into a variety of less prominent and more charming retail destinations and boutique stores.

Local transportation

  • Underground stations: Borough (on the Bank branch of the Northern line between Elephant and Castle & London Bridge)
  • Nearest motorways: M1, M4, M25
  • Nearest airports: London City Airport (8.5 miles), Heathrow Airport (18.9 miles), Gatwick Airport (27.6 miles), Luton Airport (59.1 miles)
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You can compare the entire market here!

Based on your needs, I will arrange for you to view (in person or via video-call) a customised shortlist of properties. Our service is free and we will negotiate the best price for you.

Prices typically are all-inclusive of utilities costs, broadband, meeting room access, and are exempt from business rates (package varies per office).