Serviced Offices from £435 pp pmCoworking spaces from £500 pp pm
Medius House at 2 Sheraton Street is home to a trendy and friendly co-working hub. Formerly a music publishing house, the stunning property in Soho is decorated to reflect the building’s history. A grand piano and sheet music on walls at an impressive entrance hint to Medius House’s musical past. Much of the original charm has also been preserved and integrated into this modern workspace, which is a popular base for businesses and entrepreneurs in creative and media industries. Well-designed offices are beautifully furnished and connected to high-speed internet. Options range from flexible hot desks to private offices. Office spaces range from one-person suites to larger spaces for 50 or more workstations. Great supports give businesses more time to focus on running and growing their company. A cleaning crew keeps the hub looking professional, while reception staff provide personalised welcomes and administrative support. On-site staff also organise community learning and networking events. Other perks include bike storage and showers for individuals that bike to the office and workout before or after work. Facilities at this co-working space include a spectacular screening room. Designed for up to 16 people, this room is perfect for media businesses that need a professional and high-tech space for presentations and pitches. Conference rooms of different sizes are fully equipped for your meetings. There are unique breakout areas that feel more like a lounge at your home than an office building in Central London. Soundproof phone booths provide you with a quiet cloister for confidential discussions. Each floor also has business-grade equipment, including printers and office supplies.
Tottenham Court Road station on the Underground’s Central and Northern lines is a short walk from this historic building. Crossrail will arrive at Tottenham Court Road in 2018, improving connections to Heathrow Airport, the City and Canary Wharf. Also close is Oxford Circus station on the Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines. Oxford Street is served by several bus routes, linking these offices with destinations across the capital. About a three-minute walk from the property, Oxford Street has hundreds of shops and eateries. The street is among the world’s best retail experiences. There is also a nice collection of restaurants along Wardour Street a few steps west of these offices. Soho Square Gardens a short walk to the east provides a great escape from your desk. The green space is also surrounded by some of the West End’s most popular bars and restaurants.