Why Rent a Serviced Office in King's Cross?
There are plenty of options for serviced offices in Kings Cross, thanks to extensive commercial redevelopment. Once a run down area with a poor reputation, King’s Cross has been transformed into a vibrant new office location. Arguably, it’s now one of the best work environments in the capital. Crucially – and perhaps counter-intuitively – King’s Cross quotes some of the lowest serviced office rent in London.
Famously, the area centres on the two mainline railway stations – King’s Cross and St Pancras International. Naturally, the transport links are first class. King’s Cross station is perfect for those who need to travel to/from the north of England and Scotland. St Pancras International is the gateway to the continent, via the high speed Eurostar service. Vitally, direct trains connect London to Paris, Brussels, Lille, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Nice and more.
The Pancras Square development is the focal point of mixed use urban regeneration. Notably, this scheme includes state of the art residential accommodation and commercial property. Extensive retail space sits alongside brand new office spaces for rent.
If you’re looking to rent modern, contemporary, serviced offices, King’s Cross offers an expanding selection of flexible workspace opportunities. Specifically, open plan hot desking and coworking space is available for freelancers and start ups – based on month-to-month licences per workstation. However, shared workspace doesn’t suit every business. As a result, a typical business centre also offers self-contained, managed, private workspaces and executive suites for larger, established businesses and growing SMEs.
Whether you’re hot desking or in an executive office, serviced space comes already fit out and fully-furnished, with standard business services – such as broadband internet and telecom services – included with the office rental in a single monthly bill. Conference rooms, meeting room hire and virtual office services with telephone answering facilities are also typically available from King’s Cross business centres.
The Knowledge Quarter
In neighbouring Clerkenwell, serviced offices house occupiers in the creative media, digital, FinTech and IT sectors. In contrast, to the south, Bloomsbury is traditionally home to the publishing industry. Not surprisingly, similar businesses from both areas can now be found renting office space in King’s Cross, alongside newer knowledge-based companies. If you’ve already started looking at available office space in Clerkenwell or Bloomsbury, it would be worth your while widening your office search to include King’s Cross.
Furthermore, alongside Google, a raft of household names now rent office space in King’s Cross. The Guardian Group, Universal Music and Louis Vuitton. Remarkably and in a short space of time, King’s Cross has clearly become a desirable global business address!
If you’ve rented office space in King’s Cross and value networking opportunities, this vibrant business location has some great options.
Specifically, Women in Business Network meet monthly at lunchtime at Drake & Morgan on St Pancras Square. Similarly, Fabulous Women & Marvellous Men Kings Cross meet monthly at the Drake & Morgan on Friday mid-mornings.
Helpfully, commercial regeneration has encouraged an influx of venues to entertain your clients. For example, Camino is a popular tapas bar, whilst Supawan serves excellent Thai food. Caravan Kings Cross was the first restaurant to open within the King’s Cross Partnership Development, behind the stations. Plum & Split Milk – offering simple classics, based in the refurbished and re-opened Great Northern Hotel, next door to St Pancras.
For more information, please see our location guide for office space in King's Cross.
King's Cross Serviced Office Rental Guide
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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. Office rental rates exclude VAT.
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Available Serviced Offices in King's Cross
East Side, King’s Cross, London N1Serviced Office
As Station buildings go, King's Cross is one of the most iconic with Grade 1 listing and designed in 1852.from: £850 per person per month
Gray's Inn Road, King’s Cross, London WC1XServiced Office Meeting Rooms
This newly restored building, in the heart of King's Cross, is prominently located in a prestigious five storey red brick building providing premium serviced office space and a range of services such as reception facilities, meeting rooms for hire by the hour, half day and full day and state of the …from: £450 per person per month
Mabledon Place, King’s Cross, London WC1HServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Located in a stately 1920s office building just a stone's throw from King's Cross & St Pancras station, this stately period building provides a variety of modern office spaces of various sizes.from: £450 per person per month
Tileyard Road, King’s Cross, London N7Serviced Office
Tileyard Quarter sits a short walk from brand new Granary Square, one of the largest regenration projects in Europe.from: £350 per person per month
York Way, King’s Cross, London N1Serviced Office Coworking Office Meeting Rooms
Bringing a unique and pioneering concept to the market, this London shared office space brings together a community filled with some of London's best and brightest innovators.from: £750 per person per month
Wharfdale Road, King’s Cross, London N1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Located in the heart of King's Cross, this modern building comprises office space from 1-50 desks, all delivered fully furnished to high specification and boasting excellent natural light.from: £350 per person per month
Pancras Square, King’s Cross, London N1CServiced Office Coworking Office Meeting Rooms
Situated at the gateway to the stunning new 67-acre King's Cross Central development
the Stanley building has been fully refurbished to provide 30,000 sqd of contemporary, creative style serviced office space, meeting rooms, event spaces and co-working spaces.from: £850 per person per month
Pancras Square, King’s Cross, London N1CServiced Office Meeting Rooms
This iconic building, next to King's Cross and St Pancras Station, provides stunning, creative-style serviced office space, offered with or without furniture, and fitted to a high specification.from: £800 per person per month
King's Cross Road, King’s Cross, London WC1XServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Visually impressive and architecturally award winning, this King's Cross office space is located on King's Cross Road just yards from King's Cross St Pancras Underground and Mainline stations and on the doorstep of London's largest regeneration project.from: £400 per person per month
Gray's Inn Road, King’s Cross, London WC1XServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Prominently located just a short walk from King's Cross Station, Chancery Lane, Russell Square and Bloomsbury, these offices for rent London have been extensively refurbished throughout to provide a stunning boutique style office space.from: £400 per person per month
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