Offices in Holborn are becoming more popular than ever due to the diverse range of occupiers. In the area, which is just on the edge of the West End, you will find not only tech giants but also extremely prestigious law schools, the centre of London's jewellery trade Hatton Gardens as well as the Royal Courts of Justice.
Office space in Holborn
In terms of workspaces available in Holborn, freelancers, companies and startups alike have the choice of coworking spaces, serviced offices and managed office spaces in Holborn.
A large number of companies that are already established in Holborn are law firms. This is largely due to its strong reputation for accommodating firms in the legal sector as two of the four Inns of Court are located here and have been in this area since the 16th Century.
Many people choose Holborn as their office base as fewer tourists tend to frequent the area, and it is located comfortably between the West End and the City.
Holborn has many restaurants and upmarket bars to choose from (including those that are Michelin star standard) with Covent Garden also conveniently located nearby.
It should be noted that office space to rent in Holborn tends to be significantly cheaper than other locations in close proximity, like Covent Garden. Given its fantastically central location for businesses, its no wonder people are deciding to set up their companies here.
Workspaces in Holborn
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Travel in Holborn
- Nearest station: Holborn, Chancery Lane, Farringdon, City Thameslink
- Walking distance: 7 minutes from British Museum, 9 minutes from Covent Garden
- Tube line: Central, Piccadilly
There are excellent transports links in Holborn, making it perfect for commuters to get to and from work.
You have the choice of Holborn and Chancery Lane stops, which are both on the Central line (Holborn is also on the Piccadilly Line). You are also able to benefit from the direct connection to Heathrow airport (on the Piccadilly Line) making it perfect for international business meetings.
Holborn is just two stops away from Oxford Circus for the West End, whilst Chancery Lane is only one stop away from St Pauls, and two stops for Bank. This makes Holborn ideally located to reach important business districts in the capital.
The nearest mainline connection is Farringdon, which is a short walk away from Holborn station.
All stations mentioned are in Zone 1, with an annual travelcard costing £1,296 in total.