Marylebone Office Rental Guide
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.
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Serviced offices provide an all-inclusive fully furnished solution with telecoms, internet and power and business rates all included in the monthly rent.
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...street after street of beautiful facades have been retained. The jewel in the crown is, of course, Marylebone High Street.
Marylebone: a commercial guide for businesses looking for office space in London
Marylebone is a delightful area, pretty much directly above Mayfair, so it’s a little out of the centre. But when you get there, it’s really worth it. The rents are a bit lower. One of the main draws there is, of course, Marylebone Station and, of course, easy access to Paddington with all the office benefits. There’s plenty of access to the underground system as well.
Great thing about Marylebone is that it’s mostly owned by the Howard de Walden Estate whose mission statement has been to keep it looking and feeling as it used to be, so street after street of beautiful facades have been retained. The jewel in the crown is, of course, Marylebone High Street. I remember from my youth, you go from one town to another and each High Street would have its own distinct character, largely achieved by there being so many little independent operators, bakers, bookshops, whatever.
Howard de Walden have made it happen in Marylebone High Street and the atmosphere there is terrific. If you look for one of the chain operators or occupiers in Marylebone High Street, they’re very difficult to find. There are a few, but not many. So it’s a wonderful area, it’s a delight to be in, and it’s, as I say, not as expensive as being in, say, Mayfair, which is not far away from it.
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Marylebone – in London NW1 – is an exclusive central London village occupying 92 acres from Marylebone High Street to the west, Portland Place to the east, Wigmore St to the south and north. Marylebone Road is to the north.
Office space in Marylebone is diverse: Marylebone is able to accommodate large corporate state of the art office space. However it has also retained its character, with excellent smaller office space – including serviced offices and co-working space – in some of London’s most attractive Georgian terraces. Mirroring the rest of London, serviced offices in Marylebone are an increasingly popular option – especially for start ups, but also for larger, established businesses who require flexible office space quickly, without a longer term commitment.
The Howard de Walden Estate have actively encouraged private quality retailers to operate in Marylebone High Street, rather than allow the thoroughfare to be dominated by the usual high street chains. It has therefore retained an authentically local feel, a place people will go to in order to buy fine foods and goods.
For the right business, the local feel makes renting office space in Marylebone a very attractive option. The proximity of Marylebone Station a big draw, with Paddington Station and Euston Station also reasonably close
Map of Marylebone
St. John's Wood
Edgware Road (Bakerloo)
Edgware Road (Circle Line)
- Hammersmith and City
- Hammersmith and City
National Rail Stations
Bike Docking Stations
Lodge Road, St. John's Wood
St. John's Wood Church, The Regent's Park
Lord's, St. John's Wood
Business in Marylebone
- A central London area with global recognition, yet retaining an authentic, local feel
- An abundance of shops, restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities
- Freeholds in the area tend to be ultimately owned by 2 great landed estates: The Howard de Walden Estate and the Portman Estate
- Large corporate offices and and smaller office space available, including shared, co-working and flexible, serviced office space
- Access to Marylebone, Paddington and Euston Stations