Built for the Ministry of Defence in 1947, 10 Bloomsbury Way has been refurbished to provide modern workspaces to businesses of different sizes. At the same time, period features have been retained to add character and honour the property’s history. This beautiful brick building has spacious floor plates that allow for open plan layouts that can be configured to meet your unique operational needs. Each office benefits from state-of-the-art IT and telecommunications infrastructure, underfloor air conditioning, raised metal tile flooring, and other modern specifications. The property also houses shared offices spaces with access to professional administrative support. A stylish lobby with friendly reception staff sets the right tone the moment you walk into this striking West End property. You will find a collaborative and welcoming atmosphere as well as a great collection of amenities. Three roof terraces on the ninth floor provide great spaces to enjoy a break or organise a casual meeting. Lounges provide you with comfortable areas to host an informal meeting or work away from your desk. The property also has an inviting café for you to grab a coffee or a snack. There are showers and changing facilities on the ground floor if you want to freshen up before a meeting or after your commute into the office.
Sitting between Covent Garden and Bloomsbury, these offices occupy a great location in the Central London. The area is a great base for businesses in creative, fashion and media industries. You are at the doorstep of some of the London’s most recognised attractions and popular venues, including many of the West End’s storied theatres and cinemas. Surrounded by great shopping and dinning opportunities, Covent Garden and its wonderful market are moments away. You are also close to the world-famous British Museum and the Royal Opera House. Travelling to and from these offices is easy with superb transport links. Mainline trains to cities across Britain operate from nearby King’s Cross, St Pancras International, Euston and Charing Cross stations. For tube travel to the City and other areas of the capital, Holborn and Tottenham Court Road stations are a short walk from the property. Tottenham Court Road is also the future home of Crossrail’s Elizabeth line, which will improve travel times to Heathrow Airport, the East End, and other destinations.