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36 Lexington Street, London, W1F

Serviced offices from £399

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36 Lexington Street, London, W1F

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Cavendish Square, London, W1G

Serviced offices from £900

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Serviced offices from £750

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Argyll Street, London, W1F

Office space from £565

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Camden Lock Market, London, NW1

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6-8 Ganton Street, London, W1F

Serviced offices from £390

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Camden Lock Place, London, NW1

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Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1

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Warwick Street, London, W1D

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Considering a serviced office in Kings Cross?

King's Cross is an area of London that is situated in-between the London Borough of Camden, and the London Borough of Islington. With international and national rail options, as well as London Underground and bus services available, it’s no wonder why so many businesses are using serviced offices in King’s Cross.

Although the area is perhaps most famous for King’s Cross train station, King’s Cross is now becoming incredibly popular with businesses thanks to its international Eurostar connection, making it incredibly handy for businesses with international partners, clients and contacts. Trips to Paris from St Pancras take just over two hours, making it one of the quickest international travel options available today.

King’s Cross station itself has since been entered into Hollywood fame by being the place where Harry Potter boards a train to Hogwarts on “Platform 9 ¾”. The platform is still visible in the station today.

King’s Cross is fast becoming a recognised office location. As the 67 acres behind the station is developed the area is being allocated a new postcode - N1C, North One Central. The Guardian Newspaper has recently taken new offices in King’s Cross, relocating from their offices in Clerkenwell.

There are a number of King’s Cross serviced offices, with two properties on Grays Inn Road which runs from King’s Cross to Chancery Lane. Further offices are located on Euston Road and south of King’s Cross in Bloomsbury, where serviced offices are provided in converted period properties around garden squares such as Bloomsbury Square.

Kings Cross Transport

Tenants with access to serviced offices in King’s Cross have some of the best transport links in Britain. King’s Cross St Pancras is the forth busiest station on the underground network, with more lines going through King’s Cross than any other station. St Pancras Station, which connects to King’s Cross, also has a full Eurostar timetable that provides 17 pairs of trains to and from Paris Gare du Nord every day.

So with London’s underground tube and overground trains, in addition to buses and easy access to airports close-by, people with serviced offices in King’s Cross have the best connections to national and international travel right on their doorstop.

London City Airport

Airport Code: LCY
Distance from central London: 10 miles (16km)

London Heathrow Airport

Airport Code: LHR
Distance from central London: 15 miles (24km)

London Gatwick Airport

Airport Code: LGW
Distance from central London: 15 miles (24km)

London Luton Airport

Airport Code: LTN
Distance from central London: 32 miles (51km)

London Stansted Airport

Airport Code: STN
Distance from central London: 40 miles (56km)

Serviced offices in King’s Cross are currently served by the following bus routes: 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390, 476 as well as the following Night buses: N63, N73 and N91.

King’s Cross underground station, which connects to the King’s Cross main line station, is the capital’s busiest tube station. By serving six different lines, King's Cross St. Pancras is the biggest interchange station on the London Underground, with six lines going in and out of the station.

  • On the Hammersmith & City / Circle / Metropolitan lines, between Euston Square in the west, and Farringdon in the east.
  • On the Northern line it is on the Bank branch, between Euston in the north, and Angel in the south.
  • On the Piccadilly line it is between Russell Square in the south-west and Caledonian Road in the north-east.
  • On the Victoria line it is between Euston in the south and Highbury & Islington in the north.

King’s Cross St Pancras station is situated in Travelcard Zone 1.

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