North of Oxford Street 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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It's almost two kilometers long, it's got four tube stations and it's obviously got world renowned retailers like John Lewis and Selfridges.
Oxford Street: a commercial guide for businesses looking for office space in London
When people talk to us about Oxford Street, they’re generally talking about the area to the north of Oxford Street where there are lots of offices, but the street itself is pretty interesting. It’s almost two kilometers long, it’s got four tube stations and it’s obviously got world renowned retailers like John Lewis and Selfridges.
The area, historically, to the north of Oxford Street was regarded as slightly outside core, it used to be populated by companies in the Schmatta business, providing garments to the neighbouring retailers, and also lots of medical users in and around Harley Street. There are all kinds of occupiers, well known occupiers, like the BBC. There’s the Langham Hotel and lots of advertising agencies, and offices for every kind of company from tiny to very large corporates.
My favorite location is probably the café in Villandry or maybe my cycle shop in Velorution, or maybe playing ping pong outside the BBC’s headquarters.
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About Oxford Street
When business people ask us to find them an office in Oxford Street, they usually mean the area north of Oxford Street itself. The area below Oxford Street is either Mayfair or Soho. More recently – and controversially for some – you may hear requests for “Noho office space” or “serviced offices in Noho”, whilst other will talk about “office space in Fitzrovia”.
The area runs from Oxford Street in the south right up to Marylebone Road and Euston Road. Whilst generally perceived as being just outside the West End core, it provides a wide variety of office space, from top grade offices with air conditioning down to the most modest space.
Oxford Street itself of course is famous throughout the world for retail, but offices are sometimes available above the shop floors. In particular, quality serviced office space – often with flexible meeting rooms for hire – can be found along Oxford Street. More often than not, this will be set up as modern, co-working or shared office space interior behind the original Edwardian architecture façade. And for cost-conscious start-ups, a virtual office in Oxford Street will give you business address with a world-famous name, without the expense of a physical office in London.
An office in Oxford Street is perfect for the right type of business – attracted by the close proximity of famous designer outlets and department stores (Selfridges, John Lewis, House of Fraser) or the plethora of boutiques and cafés in the many side streets.
The area to the north of Oxford Street is primarily an office location, but also incorporates a wide variety of other uses including residential, retail and leisure. The area in and around Harley Street is famous for its private medical clinics and consulting rooms. The BBC’s Broadcasting House – newly extended, refurbished and reinvented for the digital age – is located on Upper Regent Street opposite the Langham Hotel.
Office rents at the lower part of this area are fairly similar to Mayfair, but they tend to decrease the further north you go. The exception to this trend is office space in Oxford Circus or along Oxford Street itself where rents tend to be on the lower side.
Communications are good, with Marylebone and Euston Station to the north and London Waterloo a short tube journey to the south, via Oxford Circus station. Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road tube stations are currently being upgraded for the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) – opening in December 2018 – which will provide fast connections to Heathrow in the west and Canary Wharf in the east.
Map of North of Oxford Street
National Rail Stations
Bike Docking Stations
Broadcasting House, Marylebone
Chapel Place, Marylebone
New Cavendish Street, Marylebone
Marylebone Lane, Marylebone
Leisure & Culture in North of Oxford Street
Business in North of Oxford Street
- Top quality office space with air conditioning.
- Wide variety of more modest offices.
- North of Oxford Street is primarily an office location, but also home to residential, retail and leisure.
- Oxford Street itself has some high quality serviced and co-working office space above the shop floors.
- Close to major department stores and fashion outlets as well as boutiques and cafés in the side streets
- Rents to the south are similar to Mayfair, reducing the further north you go, except for Oxford Circus and Oxford Street.