Virtual Tour: Introducing Remarkable Offices in Fitzrovia

Fitzroy-Square-offices in Fitzrovia

This week’s virtual tour takes a look at a small selection of the available offices in Fitzrovia. Sometimes known as Noho, other times as Fitzrovia, the mix of period properties and modern buildings north of Oxford Street are a popular choice for media companies due to more affordable rents than in Soho.

Offices in Fitzrovia

Eighteenth-century elegance on Fitzroy Square

Designed by the Adams brothers during the eighteenth century, this building is loaded with period charm, both inside and out. Regal furnishings and deep colour tones maintain the beauty of the original building in a professional yet modern way. This video tour will take you beyond the beautiful, Grade II-listed exterior.

Contemporary style on Tottenham Court Road

From period charm, to something altogether more contemporary. This glass-fronted building on Tottenham Court Road is immaculately presented inside. The decor is fresh and bright with plentiful colour and a spring time feel about it. If being outdoors suits you best, these offices in Fitzrovia also offer a lovely terrace. Well worth a look.

Modern space on Charlotte Street

These modern, colourful and very well presented offices in Fitzrovia also hold a key Charlotte Street location. Contemporary, unique furniture and eye-catching art work litter this attractive business centre. Take the video tour to explore the range of work and meeting space available.

The heart of Fitzrovia

Right at the thriving heart of Fitzrovia, you’ll find this large, impressive period building. Inside, it houses a selection of professional modern office space which would suit a wide range of businesses. Contemporary break out spaces and communal areas also ensure these offices in Fitzrovia offer a pleasant and relaxing place to work.

Finally, are you interesting in taking your business to Fitzrovia? If so, call our friendly and professional team on +44 (0) 203 826 8139.

(Image of Fitzroy Square by stevecadman via Flickr.)