Serviced Offices Soho

Soho is one of the liveliest areas in London and attracts visitors from all over the world.


If you like places with character, you’ll love Soho – with lots of interesting little streets and alleyways to explore, you never know what you’ll find around the next corner! Over the past few decades, it has become a very fashionable spot for media companies and is where many TV companies have their offices, meaning you’ll often see well-known people in the area.

There are a huge number of serviced offices and co-working spaces in Soho which are, for such a great location, reasonably priced and affordable.

Bordered by Oxford Street, Charing Cross Road, Shaftesbury Avenue and Regent Street, Soho couldn’t be more central. Easily reachable on the tube via the Central, Piccadilly, Victoria, Northern and Bakerloo lines, it’s not surprising that it is so popular with small businesses.

A great place to work hard…

Full of cafés, bars and great restaurants catering for all budgets, Soho is an excellent t place to do business. And it’s a fantastic place to spend your lunchtime in too, with Soho Square and Golden Square ideal for catching some sunshine and lots of independent shops to explore, including those along the iconic Carnaby Street. There are also plenty of pavement cafés where you can sit and watch the world go by.

…and play hard

Loud and sometimes risqué but always welcoming, Soho is lively at virtually any time of the day or night. Central to the area is Old Compton Street, famously LGBT+, and a great place to people watch. You’ll also be on the doorstep of London’s Chinatown, a huge number of theatres, and just a stone’s throw away from the always bustling Leicester Square.

If you like to work hard and party hard, Soho is definitely the place to base your office. And if you’re pulling an all-nighter, there’s no need to miss out – you can get good food and good coffee at any time of the day or night, thanks to the famous 24-hour Bar Italia on Frith Street.


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