Midtown Serviced Offices Rental GuideBloomsbury | Covent Garden | Farringdon | Holborn
Popular with: Law firms and business services companies can be found around Holborn, while Farringdon is an increasingly popular choice among tech and creative companies. Covent Garden is home to many media and marketing companies.
Property types available: Traditional, period buildings are the predominant style in Bloomsbury and Covent Garden, while Farringdon offers a selection of converted warehouses. Holborn is home to a mix of traditional buildings and larger, more modern options. No matter your style, you’re likely to find a serviced office space to rent in this part of London.
Workstation Price Guide*: £450 - £1100
Bloomsbury Serviced Offices - (£450 - £750)
Traditional, townhouse-style properties make up the majority of serviced office space to let or rent in Bloomsbury, which has long been popular with the publishing and educational sectors.
Covent Garden Serviced Offices - (£500 - £1100)
Known for its lively mix of entertainment and cultural venues, the buzz around every Covent Garden office space makes it highly sought after by media and creative companies.
Farringdon Serviced Offices - (£500 - £900)
Popular with creative, marketing, tech and media companies looking for an alternative to Shoreditch. Farringdon is expected to continue to develop over the next few years, in part due to the forthcoming Crossrail service.
Holborn Serviced Offices - (£450 - £900)
Close proximity to Chancery Lane, Fleet Street and the Old Bailey make Holborn a popular choice for the legal profession looking for an office to let among the amazing local architecture.