Serviced Offices from £400 pp pm
Construction along Poland Street began in 1705 with 54 Poland Street among the earliest properties to be added to this West End street. Between 1788 and 1782, the red-brick building was the residence of Elizabeth Billington. The eighteenth-century opera singer was one of England's greatest singers. The elegant W1 property is now a prestigious business centre with spacious and furnished business accommodation. Offices ranging from 75 square feet to 3,453 square feet are arranged on the lower ground, ground and three upper floors. Many businesses that occupy workspaces at the property are active in the arts, including media and public relations companies.
Poland Street has an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, a common characteristic you will find on many of the streets neighbouring this property. The street is also home to historic pubs, including The King's Arms at Number 23 and The Star and Garter at Number 62. Oxford Street and its extensive array of shops are also nearby, delivering one of the best shopping experiences in Europe.