Greenwich is an area of South East London located approximately 5.5miles east of Charing Cross. The area is noted for its maritime history and Royal Observatory which played a significant role in the history of astronomy and navigation. The area is also home to the University of Greenwich which offers courses specialising in architecture, business management, computing and mathematics.
Being a borough of London the area is well served by public transport. The nearest tube station, North Greenwich, sits on the Jubilee Line which connects to central London via the O2, Canada Wharf and Bermondsey. The journey to Bond Street station takes approximately 25 minutes. The Thames Clipper river bus also stops at Greenwich with the journey to London Bridge taking approximately 35 minutes.
Greenwich offers a diverse mix of office space, with the area close to the waterfront being redeveloped to provide a mix of modern office and residential space. Several business centres are located here which provide high-quality low-cost accommodation for startups. The old town also contains many converted loft-style offices which are popular with creative businesses.