Latest Flex Office Market Insights: UK Flexible Office Space Report - Q3 2023

4 Bloomsbury Place London, WC1A

Up to 20 people
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29 Throgmorton Street London, EC2N

Up to 10 people
Private Offices
Up to 32 people
Private Offices
Up to 12 people
Private Offices

18 King William Street London, EC4N

Up to 3 people
Private Offices

14 Hanover Square Mayfair London, W1S

Up to 8 people
Private Offices
Up to 98 people
Private Offices
Up to 198 people
Private Offices

1st Floor, 56-60 Saint John Street Clerkenwell London, EC1M

Up to 25 people
Private Offices

52 Tabernacle Street London, EC2A

Up to 5 people
Private Offices

Broadgate Broadgate London, EC2A

Up to 114 people
Private Offices
Up to 100 people
Private Offices

16 Great Chapel Street London, W1F

Up to 6 people
Private Offices

30 Saint Mary Axe London, EC3A

Up to 57 people
Private Offices

20 Red Lion Street London, WC1R

Up to 10 people
Private Offices

70 Rosebery Avenue London, EC1R

Up to 15 people
Private Offices

3 Waterhouse Square 138-142 Holborn London, EC1N

Up to 2 people
Private Offices

163 City Road London, EC1V

Up to 10 people
Private Offices

1 Royal Exchange Avenue London, EC3V

Up to 12 people
Private Offices
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Looking for office space in Central London?

Rubberdesk has 2,419 office spaces with a total capacity for 61,314 desks across 689 buildings, all available to rent right now in Central London with live prices.

With 113 operators to choose from including Wework Beaumont, One Avenue Group, Podium and The Argyll Club there are options for every style and budget.

Central London Office Space Cost Summary

Median Office Rate Per Person £684
Median Coworking Desk Rate Per Person £425
Flex Floorspace Available (sqm) 3,993,900
Available Desk Capacity 79,878

Visit our Centra London Office Space Price Guide for a breakdown and analysis of available office space in the region.

London Office Space Price by Region

City 1-4 Desks 5-10 Desks 11-15 Desks 16-25 Desks 26-50 Desks 50+ Desks
Central London £675 £667 £650 £655 £716 £759
West London £385 £400 £429 £485 £563 £488
East London £350 £350 £410 £495 £522 £520
North London £325 £350 £351 £330 £429 £550
South London £257 £240 £229 £400 £225

Source Rubberdesk. All prices accurate as of September 2023

About Central London

Central London is the beating heart of the city. It’s home to booming retail districts, bustling nightlife, prestigious universities, and most of London's most unique office spaces. It’s also where the Royal Palaces and Parliament reside. The area is incredibly diverse. There's always something to see and do here. You'll never run out of things to do, whether you're stepping out for a lunch break or looking for an evening out after work.

Best known for the Royal Palaces and Parliament (along with the headquarters of the Government and the Law Courts), Central London is home to many business offices, shops, museums, entertainment, and cultural hotspots. If you want to be where all the action is, Central London is the place for you.

Key Tube Stations in Central London

Discover the heart of London through its iconic tube stations, where history and culture merge seamlessly with modernity. Witness the dynamic King's Cross St. Pancras Station, a vital link connecting the city to the rest of the UK and Europe, attracting businesses that thrive on mobility. Immerse yourself in the colourful Covent Garden, a hotbed of businesses spanning retail, hospitality, and entertainment, providing an exhilarating experience for all. Indulge in the bustling Oxford Circus Station where retail businesses thrive, boasting a prime location at the crossroads of two significant shopping avenues. Lavish in London's esteemed retail and dining scene with Bond Street Station and Green Park Station, a truly upscale experience. Lastly, Liverpool Street Station offers seamless connections between the city's financial district and afar, establishing itself as an essential transportation hub to empower businesses.

Other tube stations in Central London include:

Key Tube Lines in Central London

Although, most London tube lines pass through Central London at some point, London's Circle Line includes the most tube stations in the region. Other stations that pass through Central London include:

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