179 Great Portland Street was built in 1913 for Smiths Industries. The building was opened to make the first ever Speedometer for the motor car. The well-known architects Stiff & Trevillion are working hard to restore it’s original character to the building. Expect a combination of industrial/contemporary style mixed with vintage/modern furniture and lighting.
The building is within walking distance of Great Portland Street tube as well as a 5 minute walk to Oxford Street for those who like to shop. The building has private office space, large lounge space and meeting rooms.
The UK’s capital city is a well-established hub for flexible office space, home to a wide selection of spaces from household industry names such as WeWork and The Office Group to unique independent providers. This vast city can be split into five areas; Central, North, South, East and West, each with a slightly different offering for businesses.
London offers many benefits for businesses, the city is well-connected through its underground system and has a bustling social scene with plenty of green spaces to enjoy. The flexible office market continues to grow and as more providers come onto the scene, there is a wide range of choice to suit your business’ needs.
Our local experts in London are on the ground with an in-depth knowledge of the city and the different market offerings, so that we can find you the right workspace, for the best price. If you’re looking for the best area of London for your business, read our London business guides or contact the team who will be happy to help.
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