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King's Cross Office Rental Guide

A Price Guide for renting leased office space in King's Cross

The above rental estimates reflect good quality (but not prime) air conditioned offices. More expensive and cheaper accommodation will generally be available.

Rent rates and service charge estimates are only intended as a guide. Office space is often available with costs outside these guidelines.

Negotiated rent free incentives will often make the net effective rent, lower than the above estimates.

Business rates payable will vary from year to year, changing each April, due to annual changes in the Uniform Business Rate. Higher rates are paid for brand new buildings.

Rent quoted in the City of London financial district is assumed not to be in a tower, where rents can be significantly more expensive

Conventional Lease (per ft2 per year)
Rent £65
Rates £21
Service Charge £10
Total Cost £96
A price guide for renting serviced office space in King's Cross
Serviced offices provide an all-inclusive fully furnished solution with telecoms, internet and power and business rates all included in the monthly rent.
Serviced Space (per desk, per month)
Total Cost £550

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...when they decided to connect St. Pancras through Eurostar to the Channel Tunnel...that was a real game changer. Since then the area has become one of the biggest urban regeneration schemes in Europe.

King’s Cross: a commercial guide for businesses looking for office space in London
Ian Kitchener:

King’s Cross is a northern part of central London, built around King’s Cross and St. Pancras stations. Communications have always been really keen to the area, starting with canals, but then tubes connecting to all over central London, and rail links to major industrial centers including places like Cambridge and Edinburgh and Hull and Leeds. The area used to be full of deprivation, it was a bit of an industrial wasteland, but the catalyst that really got King’s Cross going was when they decided to connect St. Pancras through Eurostar to the Channel Tunnel, and that was a real game changer. Since then the area has become one of the biggest urban regeneration schemes in Europe and there are all kinds of mixed developments introducing, not only offices and residential and retail and cinemas, but also schools. A real area with a real postcode, which from memory is N1C.

The kind of offices people look for there would be some big corporate buildings, but also buildings with a strong design input. There have been some really interesting buildings built in King’s Cross. There’s the Francis Crick Institute, King’s Place, which is home to the Guardian newspapers in central London. People like Google, the French advertising conglomerate, Havas, have made King’s Cross their home and had a building actually built for them.

My favorite spot in King’s Cross is probably the Eurostar arrivals in St. Pancras. I think it’s a really inspiring way to enter into the UK.

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Available Offices in King's Cross

A snapshot of the latest commercial property in King's Cross

  • A creative workspace available within a warehouse style building benefitting a strong industrial style finish with exposed steel beams. Tenant’s also have access to a shared roof terrace and the building is well known for its commissioned street art mural by Riccardo Matlakas.

    Circa 4-6 workstations.
  • An imposing 220,000ft2 headquarters building located on an island site in a vibrant locality. The redevelopment of the building includes the addition of a large roof garden terrace alongside a complete renovation of the main reception/entrance, exciting pod break-out/work creations in the atrium and new Grade A office space.
  • The estate itself comprises of a number of fully self-contained Victorian Warehouse conversions, which have since been converted into inspiring office accommodation.

    The premises is completely self-contained with its own front door just off the internal street. The space boasts an a generous floor to ceiling height with an impressive pitched roof that is complimented by an exposed Air Conditioning & Fresh Air system, which not only provides necessary heating and cooling capabilities, but is also an aesthetically pleasing interior feature within the room.
  • Available by way of a new lease(s) for terms by arrangement direct from the Landlord outside the security of tenure provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 Part II as amended.
  • A prominent island site building which was developed in the early 1990’s. Totalling c.35,000ft2 the office space is arranged over lower ground, ground and five upper floors. The available office accommodation is located on the lower ground to second floors and, along with the reception, is set to undergo a comprehensive refurbishment in 2019. The specification is currently being finalised however the vision is to deliver a high quality office scheme that appeals to diverse occupier base whilst providing an incoming tenant with a unique self-contained opportunity.
  • Converted industrial building, with exposed brickwork, Crittall windows and remnants of the former printing works. Previously let to the University of the Arts and was the Daily Mirror’s printing works HQ, studios for seminal British photographers, the backdrop for iconic music videos, and home to the London School of Printing and Central Saint Martins. The development aims to attract tenants from the media and creative industry looking for alternatives to the traditional West End and Soho locations.
  • The property provides B1 office use across 1st - 5th floors. These floors provide a total net internal area of 11,479 Ft² approx.

    a full refurbishment program, which has been brilliantly designed by Ben Adams Architects to exacting standards. The office accommodation will provide new high quality oak wood flooring, modern suspended lighting, exposed brickwork, steel perimeter trunking and a bespoke exposed air-conditioning system. Windows spanning three elevations coupled with a generous floor to ceiling height provide an abundance of natural daylight and volume throughout the offices.

    The redevelopment has also included a complete remodeling of the main entrance lobby to provide a slick, cool, contemporary front of house reception. This is very much in keeping with Clerkenwell’s industrial heritage with high ceilings, exposed brickwork, together with the introduction of a timber feature wall and ceiling lining to the lobby seating area.

    The decorative theme follows through to the main office accommodation on the upper floor levels to provide a bright inspiring open plan floors that neatly wrap around the main core of the property.
  • Originally built during the late 1980’s as two independent buildings, this property will be of interest to design, media, tech and creative businesses. Party wall connections were recently introduced at each level of the property while retaining the two separate stair cores and entrance doors from the ground level.

    The spaces enjoy good ceiling heights in the majority of the areas including excellent natural daylight, especially within the top floor that boasts a pitched roof and skylights. The previous tenant’s fit out of meeting rooms and conference spaces have been inherited and will remain in situ for a new occupier to use.

    Smart wood flooring is laid throughout the main office floors, together with modern lighting, perimeter trunking, comfort cooling, kitchens and WC facilities.

    The property also benefits from 4 private car parking spaces directly in front of the building.
  • A stunning converted Victorian Warehouse largely open plan with an impressive mezzanine level running through the middle of the space.

    The floor has been recently refurbished to provide modern suspended lighting, new air-conditioning and modernised WC facilities. To provide further flexibility yet still maintaining a high quality and characterful design, there is a fully accessible oak wood raised floor throughout. Large curved windows spanning the front and rear elevations provide an abundance of natural daylight and volume throughout.
  • This amazing office space designed by award winning Stiff + Trevillion Architects is arranged over LG, Ground - 3rd floor, ideal as a stunning HQ for a creative or professional business, however it can be leased on a floor by floor basis also.

    The chic interiors boast natural oak wood floors, bespoke casing to house the new air-conditioning fan coil units, ceiling mounted linear lighting, exposed original steel floor columns, together with restored sash windows across multiple elevations.

    The WCs, entrance lobby and common parts have been completely overhauled that beautifully marry into the family of finishes that have been created within the main office space. This is a rare opportunity to lease a former townhouse office building in the heart of Clerkenwell and will appeal to a multitude of different occupiers seeking an inspirational workspace environment for their business.

About King’s Cross

Office Space in King's Cross

King’s Cross is the inner city area north of Holborn, built around King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations. Historically  a major transport hub connecting the national railway network with the Grand Union Canal.

The area houses some iconic architecture. King’s Cross station itself was designed by Lewis Cubitt, who built the station just in time for the Great Exhibition.

Alas, by the latter part of the 20th Century, with the long decline of established, yet dated industries, the area to the north of the station had become a derelict wasteland. And the area immediately around the station was particularly shabby and acquired a reputation for vice!

However, over the past 2 decades the area has been dramatically transformed as demand for office space in central London has grown unabated.  This transformation has been facilitated by simplified land ownership, the continued domestic transport importance of King’s Cross and the development of St Pancras International to provide direct, high speed Eurostar trains to and from Europe. And of course the refurbishment and re-opening of iconic Great Northern Hotel. It’s now one of  London’s best connected commercial areas, making it highly sought after by businesses – large and small alike.

Today King’s Cross is one of the largest redevelopment sites in Europe providing new homes, offices, shops, schools, restaurants and leisure facilities to create a new area, which even has its own new postcode – London N1C.

Large amounts of high quality leased office space in King’s Cross have been developed – both new and refurbished – to meet the demand of large and small office occupiers. Huge brands such as Google and the media multinational Havas have had state of the art offices in King’s Cross built to meet their specific requirements.

Companies such as The Office Group & other flexible office providers are catering for start ups and other smaller businesses. These business centres are making King’s Cross serviced offices, meeting rooms &  coworking offices available to meet sharply increased demand for flexibility.

Map of King's Cross

Tube Stations

  • King's Cross St. Pancras
    • Circle
    • Hammersmith and City
    • Metropolitan
    • Northern
    • Piccadilly
    • Victoria

National Rail Stations

  • London King's Cross
  • London St Pancras International

Bike Docking Stations

  • Belgrove Street , King's Cross
  • Birkenhead Street, King's Cross
  • St. Chad's Street, King's Cross
  • Northdown Street, King's Cross

Business in King's Cross

  • Focal point for major urban regeneration
  • Good stock of office space – from medium to top quality with air conditioning – including serviced offices
  • State of the art residential, retail and office accommodation in the Pancras Square development,
  • High speed rail services to mainland Europe and the North of England.

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Prospero Group Ltd

They find great space and help us negotiate really good deals

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We are delighted with our new London office and very much look forward working with Jamie and Find a London Office again

AirX Charter Limited

They negotiated a great deal with a better rent free than we were expecting

Argon & Co

They have in depth market knowledge, strong negotiating skills and are fun to work with. We will not hesitate to use them next time we need office advice.

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