With its bustling streets, fantastic transport connections and great bars and restaurants is easy to see why Covent Garden and The Strand appeal as a location to base your company out of. If you want an offices with plenty of local amenities, in a buzzing area, it doesn't get much better than this.
- Great food & entertainment
- Excellent location with easy access from almost anywhere
- Charming streets and buildings
About Covent Garden & The Strand
Known for its boutique shops, famed restaurants and of course its market, it's no surprise that the area has become a popular tourist destination. But Covent Garden and its surroundings is much more than a great place for eating and shopping.
Over the last 20 years more and more corporates have moved to the area benefiting having the Central, Bakerloo, Northern, Piccadilly as well as mainland lines within a short walk at Charing Cross, Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Holborn stations.
These transport links, along with the significant footfall the area brings has made the area popular with small to mid-sized companies, particular those in the arts, as well as boutique law firms.
While the area might not have as many options in terms of serviced offices as Holborn to the north, there are still some fantastic providers of office space in the area, including Halkin, TOG, The Boutique Workplace Company and Spaces, each providing a slightly different style and offering.
Due to the popularity of the area and the comparatively lower amounts of supply, Covent Garden and The Strand price per desk typically starts a little higher with the average floating somewhere around the £650 per desk mark (as of August 2021).
Whether you simply want a quick after work pint or you want a lunch to impress you clients, Covent Garden and The Strand has it all. Being part of the West End it also draws a lot of people to it for its arts with the Royal Opera House being its premier venue. There's also some of London's best shopping on offer, a handful of cinemas and even a couple of museums including the London Transport Museum, which we'd highly recommend if you have a couple of hours to spare. Suffice to say, there's plenty on offer and you're unlikely to find yourself out of options for a bit of post work entertainment.