Main hubs of North London

About North London

North London's fantastic transport links and more affordable rents have made it a popular place for organisations of all sizes trying to escape the prices of central London and the City's office space, without having to compromise too much on location.

The majority of office space take up over the last few years has been focussed around King's Cross, where trendy restaurants,  huge construction projects like the new Google HQ and the fantastic national and international transport links have laid waste to the clubbing scene and made it appealing as a hub for organisations of all shapes and sizes, from tech startups to century old publishers and everything in between.

But with rents now at a premium in King's Cross, the more price sensitive companies are looking further afield. Camden and Angel/Islington may not be known as commercial areas, and certainly have more of a residential feel about them, but a good volume of supply means rents are typically lower. Both also offer great connections to central London and the City, with Camden and Angel being 11 and 10 minutes away from Oxford Circus and 15 and 8 minutes from Liverpool Street stations, respectively.

Entertainment

These three hubs of North London offer far more than just fantastic office space and good transport links, all also offer an incredibly wide variety of food and drink options. King's Cross's Granary Square area has everything from high end restaurants to a street food market that caters for all tastes, while Camden is the place to go if you want to find a more lively atmosphere and live music of just about any variety. Angel/Islington strikes a happy middle ground between the two with a good variety of bars and restaurants

Main hubs

King's Cross
Angel/Islington
Camden

Further afield

Archway
Barnet
Bounds Green
Enfield
Finchley
Finsbury
Highbury
Highgate
Hornsey
Manor House
Muswell Hill
Palmers Green
Southgate
Stoke Newington
Tottenham
Totteridge
Whetstone
Woodside Park