Recent News

New serviced offices in Euston open April 2022

Posted by Jonathan Ratcliffe, Tuesday 25th January 2022

210 Euston Road - Offices - Serviced Offices close to Euston Station -

As workers around the world start coming back into the workplace, determining what the modern office looks like post-lockdown is a big responsibility. We believe in a future of flexible, hybrid working, with the role of the office becoming a central hub that facilitates collaboration and innovation. Therefore we’re thrilled about our new workspace opening […]

Continue Reading

The Lighthouse, new serviced offices in Kings Cross open April 2022

Posted by Jonathan Ratcliffe, Monday 24th January 2022

The Lighthouse - Serviced Offices Kings Cross

We are thrilled to be expanding our portfolio in April 2022 with a new signature building – The Lighthouse located opposite King’s Cross train station.. Situated in a Grade II listed building with an unmistakable and completely unique lighthouse atop its roof, this iconic building projects a striking image that you can see from nearby […]

Continue Reading

Decimo to Open at King's Cross

Posted by Jonathan Ratcliffe, Thursday 26th September 2019

Renowned chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias is set to open his debut London restaurant on October 10th 2019, at The Standard in King’s Cross. Named Decimo, the restaurant takes its inspiration from Spanish and Mexican flavours, with a bold menu which includes a tortilla topped with caviar, lobster and quail with a mole glaze. Decimo will be […]

Continue Reading

London’s top spots for co-working revealed

Posted by Jonathan Ratcliffe, Tuesday 24th September 2019

With shared office spaces set to increase by 42% by 2022, a new study has revealed the best London locations for co-working. Top of the list is King’s Cross, with great transport links including the Eurostar. Equally well-connected areas of Central London include South Bank, which is serviced by 16 train lines, unlike trendy parts […]

Continue Reading

Planners reject Regent's Wharf, King's Cross office block

Posted by Jonathan Ratcliffe, Thursday 12th September 2019

The Planning Inspectorate has backed the council’s rejection of a developer’s office block in King’s Cross. The appeal by Regent’s Wharf Property Unit Trust was rejected on Tuesday after it was originally rejected by councillors two years ago. In his report, David Nicholson acknowledged that the plans had the potential to cause ‘serious loss of […]

Continue Reading

Start Your Office Search

Complete the simple form and we will provide some options for you…

  • We promise only to contact you about your office search