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Office space in King’s Cross, London
King’s Cross is located to the north of Central London, in the area bordering the London boroughs of Islington and Camden and only a short distance from the West End and a short Tube journey to Liverpool Street for the City of London.
The area has undergone extensive redevelopment since the late 1990’s turning this once slightly neglected area of north London in to a thriving business and residential hub. The station is also undergoing extensive redevelopment to increase capacity. Interestingly, it was first opened in 1852 and designed by Lewis Cubbitt. More recently it was the fictional home of the Hogwarts Express from the popular Harry Potter series of children’s novels, although you may struggle to find platform 9¾!
The many amenities enjoyed by residents and the growing number of new businesses include a bathing pond, a new public square and scenic walks along the canal. Granary Square is now a central location in the area playing host to events and festivals. There is even an arts college, Central St Martins, along with several new schools.
Since the start of the transformation of King’s Cross there have been a steady number of famous businesses making the area their new home like Bupa, media company OMD International and Google who have taken over one million square feet. In all there is over 3.4 million square feet of new office space available across the development creating the potential for over 45,000 new jobs.
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Local area transport links
What types of businesses are attracted here?
Financial Services, Business Services, Media, Technology, Marketing Agencies, Corporate Headquarters and Education.
Office options in this area
You will find the following office options in the King’s Cross area:
Why your business should be here
Firstly, the new office space development at King’s Cross has been created to meet the exacting BREEM standards for sustainable buildings that minimise environmental impact, making the area a very “green” place to locate your business. The area is already well served with six underground lines and is close to St Pancras International for rail connections across Europe.
With a choice of cafes, stores, restaurants and hotels like the award winning Great Northern, King’s Cross is an ideal Central London location for any business.
Number of serviced office centres near this location
There are around 19 Serviced Office Centres within the area of King’s Cross and SO Advice can help you make the most informed choices.
“King’s Cross has benefited from extensive investment and new transport infrastructure making it an ideal Central London base.” James Tatham
Indicative pricing and comparison to neighbouring locations
King’s Cross is close to a number of areas that may offer an alternative location for your business. We have selected several options that could be worth considering for your new office space.
The prices shown here provide an average range for each area and are per person per month. They are based on local knowledge and are updated with market changes.
King’s Cross: £600 – £900
Covent Garden: £600 – £900 Excellent transport links and close proximity to shops, cafes and restaurants make Covent Garden an excellent area for consideration.
Oxford Street: £500 – £800 This world famous shopping destination is also home to many businesses in the media, fashion and business services sectors.
Mayfair: £750 – £1200 A prestigious location in the heart of Central London, close to shops and well served by transport links.
Euston: £600 – £950 Close to the amenities of the West End and excellent transport links.
Work life balance
King’s Cross offers a real abundance of excellent cafes, restaurants and shops supporting the growing residential and business community. The area has been carefully planned with over 26 acres of open public space, water features for children to enjoy as well as a new theatre and a grand public square. In addition there are over 20 historic buildings that have been carefully restored and several other public squares are planned in future phases.
The tow path along the Regents Canal has been improved to create a pretty walk connecting the area with local attractions like Regents Park and London Zoo.
Hidden gem: Joseph Grimaldi Gardens
Along Pentonville Road you will find a pretty green space called Joseph Grimaldi Gardens. It’s an ideal spot for a quiet lunch.
- Excellent national and international transport links
- Gyms, supermarkets and a cinema
- Close to West End shopping and theatres
- Lots of local cafes, restaurants and bars
- Live music venue at the Scala
- Large open public spaces