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Holborn is the perfect solution if you are looking for serviced office space in the City of London legal district. Serviced offices in Holborn are also often highly sought after thanks to their close proximity to the theatres, restaurants and bars in the West End of London.
Serviced offices in Holborn won’t just be in the financial district, they will be surrounded by historic monuments, not just in the legal world. In the past, Holborn was originally used by the Saxons as their base, but today it is better known as the legal area of London. The area is home to The Inns of Court where English common law was first developed.
A selection of Holborn’s attractions are Charles Dicken’s childhood house, the Royal Courts of Justice, Sir John Soane’s Museum, the Hunterian Museum, and Hatton Gardens, the centre of the diamond trade, which since 1870, has become internationally recognised as the premier location for jewellery in London.
Holborn is strategically located between London’s West End and City and has grown in popularity for serviced office occupiers due to its location on the Central Line and the fact that rents are typically lower than both of its neighbors. Serviced offices are typically on the main roads such as High Holborn, Kingsway, Fleet Street (historically home to the newspaper industry) and Aldwych. Serviced offices are located in both modern and period properties which are bordered by Covent Garden and the City.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Holborn have some of the best transport links in London. Overground services, underground tube trains, buses and airports are all close-by, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling around the city.
London City Airport - 10 miles
London Heathrow Airport - 15 miles
London Gatwick Airport - 15 miles
London Luton Airport - 32 miles
London Stansted Airport: 40 miles
Serviced offices in Holborn are currently served by the following bus routes: 1, 8, 19, 25, 38, 55, 59, 68, 91, 98, 168, 171, 188, 242, 243, 521 and X68 and night bus routes: N1, N8, N19, N35, N38, N41, N55, N68, N91, N98, N171.
Holborn station is a Central Line and Piccadilly Line station, situated in Travelcard Zone 1.
The Central Line station, Chancery Lane can also be found in Holborn. Covent Garden, Holborn, City Thameslink (Holborn Viaduct entrance), St. Paul's, and Farringdon stations are all within a short walking distance from Holborn.