Office Space Marylebone NW1, W1
Marylebone is known for its attractive green spaces, beautiful churches and community of academic learning. Home to the London Business School and a growing number of international consultancy firms, Marylebone is a centre of business excellence, offering easy access in and out of the West End.
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About Marylebone NW1, W1 Office Space
Music and literature converge – at least historically – along the streets of Marylebone. Chares Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle were both residents, the latter a mere stone’s throw from the residence on Baker Street of his most famous creation. Madonna and members of The Beatles are among the prominent 20th Century superstars who also made their homes here.
As famed for its greenery, open spaces and tourism as for its residents, Marylebone is also home to Regent’s Park, a wealth of historic architecture and the world famous Madame Tussaud’s attraction.
Office space in this little jewel north of the West End tends to be large and spacious, offering an immediate solution for larger firms looking to relocate from smaller rented office space in the West End or for established firms looking to grow and expand in an area with excellent transport links and lower rents than are available deeper in the city centre.
With effortless access to Marylebone, Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras railway stations, as well as a number of convenient tube stops and bus routes, Marylebone offers any business looking to relocate or set up in the area excellent routes into and out of London and beyond.