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Hanover Street
Mayfair
London
W1S
Mayfair Offices to Let in W1 | Mayfair Virtual Offices London W1 Quote me on London offices in Hanover Street
Type of offices: Virtual offices
  • Air Conditioning
  • Meeting rooms
  • Virtual offices
  • Furnished offices
  • Staffed reception
Serviced Offices from £150/month Virtual Offices from £50/month



Regent Street
Soho
London
W1B
Oxford Circus Office Space | Serviced Offices to Let Oxford Circus Quote me on London offices in Regent Street
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
  • Admin support
  • Furnished offices
  • Meeting rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • High speed Internet
  • Parking on-site / nearby
Serviced Offices from £495/month Meeting Venues in London
& Virtual Offices in London



Cavendish Square
W1
London
W1G
London Office Space - Serviced Offices in Cavendish Square Quote me on London offices in Cavendish Square
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
  • Admin support
  • Furnished offices
  • Meeting rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • High speed Internet
  • Parking on-site / nearby
Serviced Offices from £699/desk Offers Virtual Offices



Foley Street
W1
London
W1W
Fitzrovia Co-Corking Space | Serviced Offices to Let in the West End Quote me on London offices in Foley Street
Type of offices: Serviced office space
  • Disabled access
  • High speed Internet
  • Staffed reception
  • Flexible terms
  • Lift/elevators
  • Telephone system
Serviced office and co-working price on request



Cavendish Square
W1
London
W1G
Oxford Circus Office Space | Serviced Offices to Let Marylebone Quote me on London offices in Cavendish Square
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
  • Admin support
  • Furnished offices
  • Meeting rooms
  • Disabled access
  • High speed Internet
  • Parking on-site / nearby
Pricing available on request From £109 / month



Regent Street
W1
London
W1B
London - Noho Quote me on London offices in Regent Street
Type of offices: Virtual offices
  • Telephone system
  • Virtual offices
Mail forwarding from £20/month Telephone answering from £40/month



Hanover Square
Mayfair
London
W1S
Mayfair Office Space | Serviced Offices to Let Oxford Circus Quote me on London offices in Hanover Square
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
  • Admin support
  • High speed Internet
  • Telephone system
  • Flexible terms
  • Meeting rooms
  • Virtual offices
Serviced office pricing available on request Virtual Office pricing on request



Mortimer Street
Fitzrovia
W1
London
W1W
Fitzrovia Office Space | Offices to Let Oxford Circus Quote me on London offices in Mortimer Street
Type of offices: Semi-serviced space
  • Flexible terms
  • Telephone system
  • High speed Internet
Office pricing from £650 / desk



Riding House Street
W1
London
W1W
Office Space to Let in Oxford Circus | Rent Serviced Offices in Marylebone Quote me on London offices in Riding House Street
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
  • Admin support
  • High speed Internet
  • Telephone system
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  • Meeting rooms
  • Virtual offices
Call for Office Space to Rent in Oxford Circus Oxford Circus Meeting Rooms
& Virtual Offices in Marylebone



Eastcastle Street
W1
London
W1W
Oxford Circus Office Space Fitzrovia | Serviced Offices to Let Tottenham Court Road Quote me on London offices in Eastcastle Street
Type of offices: Serviced office space
  • Flexible terms
  • Meeting rooms
  • Furnished offices
  • Telephone system
Serviced office space from £425 per desk

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Oxford Circus Offices to Rent & Serviced Office Space to Let in Oxford Circus, London, W1

 

Oxford Street is a major thoroughfare in the West End of London, which lies in the London Borough of Westminster.  It is reputed to be Europe’s busiest and most densely populated shopping street with upward of 500 shops, bars and restaurants. It runs for approximately a mile and a half (two and a half kilometres) from Marble Arch at the north east corner of Hyde Park, through Oxford Circus to St Giles’ Circus at the intersection with Tottenham Court Road and Charing Cross Road.  To the east, the road then becomes New Oxford Street until it reaches High Holborn.  Oxford Street intersects with other important Central London roads including Regent Street, Park Lane and New Bond Street.  Oxford Street forms part of the A40, the major road out to the west of London and like many roads in Central London that are not intended as through traffic routes, it is not signposted with the road number.

 

Oxford Street follows the route of a Roman Road, the via Trinobantina, which linked Hampshire with Colchester and became one of the major routes in and out of the city. Between the 12th century and late 18th century, it was variously known as Tyburn Road (after the River Tyburn that ran just to the south of it, and now flows underneath it), Uxbridge Road, Worcester Road and Oxford Road.  The road started at Newgate in the City of London.  It became notorious as the route taken by prisoners on their final journey from Newgate Prison to the gallows at Tyburn near Marble Arch. 

 

In the early 18th century, the road become known as Oxford Street and in the latter years of the century, many of the surrounding fields were purchased by the Earl of Oxford who began to develop the area. It became popular with entertainers including bear-baiters and masquerades, and for entertainment, buildings such as the Pantheon opened in 1772.  It was built as a set of winter assembly and later briefly converted into a theatre.  During the 19th century, Oxford Street became known for its shops and The Pantheon became a bazaar and a wine merchant's show room that survived for over a hundred years and was finally demolished in 1937.  Today the site is occupied by Marks and Spencer’s flagship Oxford Street Pantheon Branch.

 

Oxford Street is famous for its Christmas lights. Each Christmas the street is decorated with festive lights and in middle to late November, a celebrity turns on the lights and they remain on until the 6th of January.  The use of Christmas lights began in 1959, five years after Regent Street had begun the tradition. Oxford Street also finds fame as a square on the British Monopoly Board and is linked with Regent Street and Bond Street.

 

Oxford Street is home to major department stores and numerous brands' flagship stores, as well as hundreds of smaller shops. Although it is the major shopping street in Central London, it is not the most expensive or fashionable, and is part of a larger shopping district with Bond Street and Regent Street and other smaller nearby streets.  For many British chain stores, their Oxford Street branch is regarded as their 'flagship' store and used for celebrity launches and promotions.   Oxford Street is probably best known for Selfridges and John Lewis and the other big department stores that are all found in the section from Marble Arch to Oxford Circus.  Beyond Oxford Circus towards Tottenham Court Road, the mix is much the same but generally on a less grandiose scale.  For a quieter environment St Christopher’s Place, just off Oxford Street, has numerous cafes, bars and restaurants many with outside terraces and an assortment of small niche retail units, as does the less well known Market Place at the Oxford Circus end of Oxford Street. 

 

The area around Oxford Circus was constructed at the beginning of the 19th century, and designed by John Nash.  Oxford Circus is the home of the pedestrianisation scheme allowing shoppers to cross the intersection diagonally, turning it into a "pedestrian scramble", much like Tokyo's Shibuya crossing.  It  was opened in 2009 and is the only one of its kind in Central London to date.  In the centre of Oxford Street where it intersects with Regent Street, Oxford Circus is home to four flagship chain stores.

 

Oxford Street is served by five London Underground lines with stations at Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road.  Current plans for Crossrail also include two stations serving Oxford Street at Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road.  The road is also served by many major bus routes, which contribute to Oxford Street’s reputation for traffic and pedestrian congestion.

 

Although Oxford Street is best known as a shopping street there has been a great deal of commercial and retail development alongside and within the area that has attracted many professional, design and retail businesses. The location and access to transport links makes it a sought after area for most business needs and an enviable retail environment for staff.

 

The immediate area surrounding Oxford Circus, W1, has much to offer in terms of managed office space, flexible serviced offices, offices to let on more traditional conventional terms along with virtual offices and meeting rooms to hire as and when they are needed.  For help in securing the most competitively priced deal on serviced office space in Oxford Circus, or commercial offices in this prime W1 location, please contact your Central London's leading commercial office broker via http://www.freeofficesearch.co.uk or call our West End Headquarters on  020 7788 1033.  We guarantee that one of our experts with local knowledge of the Oxford Circus area of W1 area will be able to save you money today on your office rental.



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