Find Offices in Camden
Camden is suitable for any business that wants to place itself in the capital’s cultural heart. Many companies specialising in films, television, music and fashion choose space in Camden. Ranging from floor space to let, to larger buildings available to buy or rent, Camden offers plenty of options.
Camden is infused with the energy of youth and the clarity of ground-breaking vision. Its popularity with tourists ensures that any firm that does business from Camden has the potential to gain international exposure.
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Why Choose Camden?
Camden Town has been a centre of industry, a centre of transport and, today, is a centre of culture. Whether Camden owes its vibrancy to its changeable history is difficult to say, but the district arguably stands as the purest expression of eclectic London. Running through the north side of the district is Regent’s Canal. Built in the early 19th century, the canal used to be busy with boats carrying goods to the then-heavily-industrialised Camden. Nowadays, almost all of this traditional industry is gone – the canal now offers boat tours to tourists – but the area has cultivated an exciting stream of creative and cultural businesses.
Its worldwide fame is complemented by world-class facilities, all of which are situated within close proximity to the office space the area has to offer. Entertaining clients is an effortless endeavour, as Camden is full of top-tier hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues. And for those seeking something a little different, Camden real estate is never far away from street food stalls, weird and wonderful shops, and moody music venues where Britain’s best up-and-coming bands air their hits-to-be.
The ultimate expression of Camden’s ‘differentness’ is Camden Market, or to be more accurate, ‘markets’. One of the most famous is Camden Lock Market, which was established in 1975, but has already become an intrinsic part of the area’s DNA. Between them, the area’s six markets draw thousands of visitors to the area, who come to browse the massive selection of clothes, curios and other wares.
As the trend for long commutes is dying down, business owners will be pleased to learn that the district offers plenty of housing options for employees. Dartmouth Park, a district located nearby, is replete with late-19th century houses and offers a quiet, residential atmosphere quite at odds with the vivaciousness of Camden.
Travelling to Camden
Those that have to travel to a Camden needn’t worry, because, like all of central London, the area has a great public transport service. Camden Town Underground station takes commuters around the capital via the Northern Line, and the nearby Camden Road Overground station also ferries thousands of commuters around the city. The area is also a major interchange for London’s buses. With this plethora of transport options, and the easily-accessible National Rail stations and airports, it’s never difficult to travel, whether you’re on your daily commute to Camden or travelling to a conference abroad.
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