Why Rent a Serviced Office in Oxford Street?
Anyone renting serviced offices in Oxford Street – or close to Oxford Circus – acquires a business address with instant name recognition, thanks to the area’s world-wide retail profile.
In fact this location is quite large, including not only Oxford Street itself, but also the area to the north up to Fitzrovia and towards Marylebone. Some even call it Noho, with the area south of Oxford Street being called Soho. From a business perspective, taking flexible office space here it is quite similar to renting serviced offices in Soho. However office space rental is generally cheaper than Soho on account of Oxford Street business addresses being less central.
Most businesses who rent office space here tend to be from similar categories to those in Soho: advertising and creative media, film and digital industries, PR, fashion, and related recruitment companies. They tend to be companies who are less concerned about being central – as long as they can easily and quickly get to the centre. Renting office space here is an excellent way of keeping costs down, without much compromise.
Oxford Street has good access to most Central London areas: excellent transport links attract businesses of all kinds – from brand new start ups to established multinational companies alike. It has much to offer any business looking to rent space: a prime office location with an attractive working environment – the streets and squares in the area are very pleasant.
If you’re looking for serviced offices Oxford Street provides a wide variety of office types with commensurate rent levels. Most Oxford Street business centres offer the full range of rented office space: fully furnished executive suites alongside open plan coworking spaces and hot desk options, conference rooms, telephone answering and virtual office services. Broadband internet comes as standard and is included in the rent.
For more information, please see our location guide for office space in Oxford Street.
Oxford Street 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.
Compare serviced office rent in Oxford Street to rent other Central London locations.
Serviced Offices in Central London
For more general information about flexible office space, please see our Serviced Offices in London guide.
We also have location guides for serviced offices in other central London locations:
Available Serviced Offices in Oxford Street
Percy Street, Oxford Street, London W1TServiced Office
For those who like their work surroundings to have a hint of character, this traditional terraced Noho property fits the bill.from: £600 per person per month
Margaret Street, Oxford Street, London W1WServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Occupying a prime location on the North-East corner of Great Titchfield Street and Margaret Street and in the heart of London's media district, this boutique style serviced office occupies an impressive 1890's Grade II listed building that has been recently refurbished to provide high quality office…from: £650 per person per month
Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, London W1TServiced Office Coworking Office
Located near the north of Oxford Street, this recently revamped office space is just a few minutes' walk from both Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road station.from: £500 per person per month
New Cavendish Street, Oxford Street, London W1GServiced Office Meeting Rooms
Situated between Marylebone Village and Fitzrovia, these serviced offices are brand new to market and offer a stunning working environment that will be sure to get those creative juices flowing! Private offices, business lounges and shared coworking spaces are all available within this newly refurbi…from: £700 per person per month
Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Street, London W1TServiced Office
This prominent business centre, located on Tottenham Court Road, occupies a recently refurbished glass fronted building, offering fully furnished office space fitted to a high specification and delivered with the latest IT and telecoms to suit individual business needs.from: £750 per person per month
Map of Oxford Street
National Rail Stations
Bike Docking Stations
Broadcasting House, Marylebone
Chapel Place, Marylebone
New Cavendish Street, Marylebone
Marylebone Lane, Marylebone
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