Virtual Tour: Discover Remarkable Professional Offices in Victoria

From modern high-rises to ornate period properties, the range of flexible offices in Victoria is varied and plentiful. Join us for a virtual tour.

 

 

Virtual Tours: Offices in Victoria

 

 

Grade II listed on Grosvenor Gardens

 

This beautifully ornate period property in Grosvenor Gardens is a great way to start your virtual tour of offices in Victoria. While the exterior is undeniably impressive, you’ll also find a selection of light, bright offices inside. And of course the location, just a minute from Victoria Station, is great too.

 

Sleek and modern on Buckingham Palace Road

 

If modern and glass-fronted is more suited to your business, then these offices on Buckingham Palace Road could be just what you’re looking for. Inside a range of smart, modern space is on offer – click the video tour below to see more.

 

 

Colourful interiors on Greycoat Place

 

Like your offices with a splash of colour? These modern offices on Greycoat Place are bright and spacious, and complemented with an excellent range of services and facilities. While St James’s Park is the nearest tube station, Victoria is also less than half a mile away.

 

 

Making an entrance on Bressenden Place

 

Starting with the contemporary glass entrance, these offices on Bressenden Place make an impression. Combining high-rise views with plentiful space, these offices in Victoria include an onsite gym among the space available for tenants to use.

 

 

High-rise working on Victoria Street

 

Looking for high-rise space at the heart of Central London? This modern office block on Victoria Street, with its range of spacious offices on flexible terms could be the solution. The video tour is a must-see.

 

 

Looking for your ideal Victoria office? Browse an even wider selection of offices in Victoria with LondonOffices.com – professionals in finding businesses the perfect London office space. 

 

(Image credit: by Stew Dean via Flickr.)

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