Find Offices in Holborn
Holborn is home to a number of firms in the legal sector, but offers fantastic opportunities for just about any type of business. It gives occupiers easy access to the City of London, great transport links and a high-end working environment.
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Why Choose Holborn?
Situated in the heart of the capital, Holborn is representative of everything that makes London so sought after – pleasant and attractive surroundings, a healthy amount of foot traffic, numerous big businesses and plenty of transport links to all areas of the capital. With all these benefits, it may come as some surprise that space in Holborn tends to be available at significantly lower rates than nearby districts such as Covent Garden. For this reason, it’s a fantastic location for businesses that want top-quality commercial real estate in a central district, but can’t afford the rental prices in other areas of central London.
The area has seen many hotels and commercial properties spring up in recent years. Many of these new offices in Holborn take the form of thoroughly modern spaces within period buildings – featuring unique, attractive frontages that conceal several floors of office space with all the amenities expected of a modern working environment. As you can expect from recently refurbished properties, these are generally decorated to a very high standard – with options to suit businesses looking for traditional workspaces as well as those looking for something a little more ‘quirky’ and contemporary.
Many of the businesses already established within Holborn commercial real estate are law firms. The area has long held a reputation for accommodating businesses in the legal sector – two of the four Inns of Court have been located in the district since the 16th century. However, this fact shouldn’t put off those businesses that work outside of the legal field, as nowadays Holborn offices attract companies working in a diverse array of industry sectors. Along Kingsway, which leads to nearby Covent Garden, visitors will find numerous pubs and bars lining the streets, where employees can catch up on the events of the day after work. There are also plenty of restaurants in the area. Some offer glossy elegance – perfect for impressing important clients – whilst some serve up tasty budget bites for part-time gastronomes on a lunch break.
Travelling to Holborn
Transport isn’t a problem in Holborn – the district is close enough to Covent Garden and Bloomsbury that you can travel to these areas on foot. For those needing to travel further afield, Chancery Lane tube station, in the north of the district, connects to the Central Line – whilst Holborn tube station, in the northwest corner of the district, also connects to the Piccadilly Line. These, in turn, provide links to all areas of the capital. There’s plenty of road transport options available too, including night buses for those that work late into the evening.