Office Space in Waterloo
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 Waterloo area and throughout London. We offer serviced, furnished, leasehold, short and long-term office space, as well as individual desks and rooms.
Office space in Waterloo puts your business within a haven of culture and commerce. There are many high-end spaces in the area available to rent at great prices – and its central location means it's within easy reach of all key London business districts.
What’s more, with the development of new real estate like the 72-floor Shard, London’s South Bank is booming. By letting a Waterloo office, you’re entering into one of the city’s most exciting areas.
Why Choose Office Space in Waterloo?
Located on London’s South Bank, Waterloo provides a haven away from the bustling atmosphere of north London’s business districts – but with excellent transport links across the river and beyond. It’s also something of a cultural centre, with the Saatchi Gallery and the Tate Modern situated within walking distance. And with all of this to offer, it still costs less to rent a Waterloo office than an equivalent office in many central London areas north of the Thames.
Waterloo, and the South Bank in general, is undergoing something of a renaissance. The district is part of the Waterloo Quarter business improvement district – a business-led organisation that aims to attract more visitors and bring in more business, without damaging the unique character of the area. With the achievements already realised by Waterloo Quarter, and the developments planned for the future, there is no better time to move your business to this safe and pleasant area of the capital.
Waterloo has plenty to offer employees and visiting business partners in terms of entertainment. From the aforementioned art galleries to the famous Young Vic and Old Vic theatres, the area is coursing with culture, and there are plenty of pubs, restaurants and other diversions – as well as hotels which can accommodate clients and other visitors in relaxed surroundings. A stroll along the South Bank will reveal a world of tourist wonders which are sure to impress and delight these guests – and a ride on the London Eye will astound with its panoramic views of London’s sweeping vistas.
Travelling to Waterloo
Many peoples’ first thought when hearing the name Waterloo will be the famous railway station. This is hardly surprising as it is the largest and busiest train station in Britain. It predominantly provides connections to suburban destinations, so is extremely beneficial for local commuters, but also sends trains to stations all the way down to the south coast – such as Southampton Central, Portsmouth Harbour, and Bournemouth.
The area also boasts a tube station, which – like the main Waterloo station – is the busiest in the country. The upshot of this is that commuters travelling to Waterloo can reach the district extremely easily – it provides connections to the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern, and Waterloo & City Lines. The area is an active road transport hub too, and this is reflected in the many bus routes that serve Waterloo’s streets.