If you are looking for office space in Kings Cross London, then we have some fantastic listings for you! Moving to Kings Cross is a smart business move, especially when in need of serviced office space with plenty of converted Victorian period buildings with good natural light, flexible terms and a central London location, many with access to roof terraces.

Probably best known for its famous railway station, Kings Cross is a busy area of London for both tourists and workers commuting into work each day. The area boasts a nice mix of fresh food markets, cafes and restaurants with peaceful open green spaces and plenty of culture on the doorstep with major museums and art galleries as well as the famous British Library.

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Transport links

Close to Kings Cross Station and St Pancras Station, you will be well-positioned for easy transport links by having a serviced office in Kings. Being situated between Camden and  Islington, you can easily move around London and beyond by using the London Underground and very frequent bus services in the area.

There is a lot of interest right now from new business start-ups because of the fantastic road and rail transport links and easy access to the international Eurostar connection, making it very handy for companies doing business in Europe.

King’s Cross connects to St Pancras Station, which has a Eurostar timetable with 17 pairs of trains to and from Paris Gare du Nord each day. You can get to Paris from St Pancras in just over two hours, making it a fast and convenient international travel option to meet with international clients.

King’s Cross has plenty of bus routes, including: 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390, 476.

Kings Cross is ideally located

No matter whether you are looking for a period property office conversion with lofty ceilings and large windows, or you want the latest in contemporary style with cutting-edge technology, you will find it here.

You will find a good selection of serviced offices on Grays Inn Road which links to Chancery Lane. Euston Road is another popular area where serviced offices can be found in converted period properties.

The area behind Kings Cross Station has been under some serious redevelopment over recent years and has seen more modern serviced office spaces, co-working spaces and private offices created, some now newly occupied by big names such as The Guardian Newspaper.

Local amenities

King’s Cross station is famous for being the home of Platform 9 ¾ where Harry Potter catches the train to Hogwarts, and Potter fans can go and take a selfie at the spot where Harry disappears into the wall.

The area is an eclectic mix of old world and new world, so it’s an exciting place to explore by foot during lunch breaks and after work. Head to Regent’s Canal to stretch your legs and spot some local wildlife, stroll around the local gardens and public squares including, Lewis Cubitt Park, Gasholder Park and Granary Square, complete with fountains.


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