Office Space in Victoria
DeVono Cresa is the UK's leading occupier-only commercial real estate agency. We have access to all on and off-market property in the Victoria area and throughout London. We offer serviced, furnished, leasehold, short and long-term office space, as well as individual desks and rooms.
Offices in Victoria are perfect for businesses that desire convenience and accessibility. This London district is a major transport hub, home to Victoria railway station and Underground station – as well as Victoria Coach Station – making Victoria offices ideal for attracting international exposure and potential new business.
Why Choose Office Space in Victoria?
As well as being one of the main entry points into London, Victoria is a thriving and growing commercial centre. You can find a range of buildings here - from stunning, gleaming new builds to unique refurbished buildings.
Victoria is bordered by Belgravia and Pimlico, placing it to the southwest of the City of London.
Focussed around Victoria Station, the district is also home to Terminus Place, a major taxi and bus hub, making it easy for clients and other visitors to reach you without fuss.
If you regularly accommodate international visitors, then the district couldn’t be more conveniently located. Gatwick Express is a blessing for those who work in Victoria – this high-speed train service takes travellers from Gatwick airport to Victoria Station, and vice-versa, in around 30 minutes.
It’s a district that doesn’t stop, but if you look beneath the hustle and bustle, Victoria is an area rich with character. Local sights include Little Ben – a cast iron replica of the much larger, more famous clock tower that stands over the Palace of Westminster – and Westminster Cathedral, which was built in 1903 on the site of the former Tothill Fields Bridewell prison.
In Victoria, convenience is key – so everything from grabbing a coffee to lunching with clients is made simple. Cardinal Place is perhaps most indicative of Victoria’s dedication to convenience and choice. The huge retail and office development is situated on Victoria Street – the district’s main drag, alongside Buckingham Palace Road – and offers office workers plenty of opportunities to eat, drink and shop. House of Fraser has been around for a little while longer. The traditional department store stands in the centre of the district, and has done for many years. Originally known as the Army & Navy, the store opened way back in 1872.
Centrally located, easy to reach, and jam-packed with convenient facilities, it comes as no surprise that Victoria is such a popular location for London businesses.