Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2

Serviced Office
Price per desk from: £580
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Description

In 1904, Sir Edwin Lutyens, a renowned architect of English country houses, was commissioned to build these headquarters for Country Life Magazine. Located just behind the famous Covent Garden Market, this unique period building now houses a modern business centre offering office space and meeting rooms of a superior quality. The building’s beautifully designed serviced offices are arranged across seven floors. Grade II listed, this building still retains many original country house style features including a beautiful stone façade, original marble entrance, high ceilings and elegant fireplaces. Tall windows lend offices and meeting rooms a great sense of light and space. The building is wonderfully located in a quiet street set within the vibrant and fashionable area of Covent Garden.

Location

This impressive Covent Garden location appeals to companies seeking a cost effective alternative to London’s prime West End. It is popular amongst financial services and legal firms as well as recruitment, PR and media companies and those working in the professional services sector. Walking distance from Leicester Square station: Piccadilly and Northern lines, Covent Garden station: Piccadilly line and Charing Cross station: Bakerloo & Northern lines and National Rail.

 

Covent Garden: 0.16 Miles
London Charing Cross: 0.21 Miles
Charing Cross: 0.23 Miles

Highlights

  • 24/7 Security Monitoring

    24/7 Security Monitoring

  • 24/7 Access Control

    24/7 Access Control

  • Showers

    Showers

  • Large Conference Facility

    Large Conference Facility

Amenities

  • Meeting Rooms

  • Passenger Lifts

  • Dedicated Internet Line

  • High Speed Internet

  • Private Offices

  • Staffed Reception

  • Tea Points

  • Air Conditioning

MISREPRESENTATION ACT: These details are for general guidance only and are not intended to form an offer or part of an offer. All details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness.

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