Popular with: Hedge funds and private investment companies can be found in Mayfair, while fashion and media companies tend to be drawn to Soho and Noho. Westminster and Victoria are home to Government, political and non-profit organisations.
Property types available: Generally low-rise buildings with small floorplates, this area is characterised by traditional architecture. A strong focus on heritage means that many buildings in the area are listed.
Workstation Price Guide*: £400 - £1600
Taking in the world-famous Baker Street, as well as Marylebone Road and Regent’s Park. A vibrant commercial district at the heart of London.
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Synonymous with affluence and elegance, Mayfair has long been a desirable location among private investment companies and hedge funds. It is characterised by 18th century buildings set around landscaped squares.
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Also known as Fitzrovia, Noho is increasingly popular with media companies looking for an affordable alternative to Soho.
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The high concentration of media companies has transformed Soho into a fashionable, cultural area with an array of upmarket restaurants.
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Spanned by The Mall, St James’s is defined by its rich history and connections with the British Monarchy. The area is home to several royal residences including St James’s Palace and Clarendon House and is also famous for its many gentlemen’s clubs, fine tailors and luxury goods retailers.
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Home to one of the busiest transport hubs in London, Victoria is famous for its Royal connections too. Look out for major new developments around Victoria Street, Bressenden Place and Buckingham Palace Road.
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Populated by government and political groups, Westminster is popular among organisations that work with think tanks or government departments.
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