Marylebone office space
Marylebone Key Facts
- Marylebone 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
- Tube and rail communications are provided from Marylebone, Baker St and Regent’s Park stations
- Marylebone is an area with global recognition. Baker Street in particular is immortalised of course by Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and more recently by Gerry Rafferty’s haunting 1977 hit. It is also home to Lords Cricket Ground and the MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club)
- It is home to world famous private health providers in and around Harley Street
- It has abundant shops, restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities, making it a genuinely great location to live, work and play.
- Freeholds in the area tend to be ultimately owned by 2 great landed estates: The Howard de Walden Estate and the Portman Estate
More about Marylebone Office Space
Marylebone is in a great location, but its real appeal comes from specialist shops and leisure facilities and attractive architecture that make it feel like a village in the heart of a great world city. The Howard de Walden Estate have actively encouraged private quality retailers to operate in Marlebone High Street, rather than allow the thoroughfare to be dominated by chains. It therefore has a local authentic feel, a place people will go to in order to buy fine foods and goods. The area accommodates large corporate state of the art office buildings, but retains a more human scale, with great smaller office space in some of London’s most attractive Georgian terraces.