12 Red Lion Square London, WC1R

Up to 76 people
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231-232 Strand London, WC2R

Up to 15 people
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16 Red Lion Square London, WC1R

Up to 9 people
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3 Bloomsbury Place London, WC1A

Up to 8 people
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4th, 160-161 Drury Lane London, WC2B

Up to 39 people
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Chancery Lane London, WC2A

Up to 7 people
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322 High Holborn London, WC1V

Up to 3 people
Private Offices

229-231 High Holborn London, WC1V

Up to 80 people
Private Offices

12 Red Lion Square London, WC1R

Up to 10 people
Coworking Desks

136 High Holborn London, WC1V

Up to 6 people
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Halsbury House 38 Chancery Lane London, WC2A

Up to 3 people
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Halsbury House 38 Chancery Lane London, WC2A

Up to 12 people
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81 Farringdon Street London, EC4A

Up to 3 people
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16 High Holborn London, WC1V

Up to 16 people
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71-91 Aldwych London, WC2B

Up to 7 people
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38 Chancery Lane London, WC2A

Up to 26 people
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31-35 Kirby Street London, EC1N

Up to 14 people
Private Offices

71-91 Aldwych London, WC2B

Up to 4 people
Private Offices

136 High Holborn London, WC1V

Up to 10 people
Coworking Desks

1 Fetter Lane London, EC4A

1 person
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About Holborn

The historical district of Holborn has deep roots as an intellectual powerhouse. Among today’s office buildings still stand spaces like Staple Inn, a historic court that trained medieval lawyers.

There’s also Holborn Bars, a Gothic-style building located where Furnival’s Inn once stood. This former residence of Charles Dickens now serves as the headquarters for several of the world’s top companies.

This intersection of culture and commerce earns Holborn its unofficial title as the Midtown of London, attracting both working professionals and the amenities they’re after. You’ll find plenty of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, serviced offices, and fitness centres throughout the area, as well as two tube stations.

The centrally located Holborn station offers service to the Central and Piccadilly lines. The nearby Chancery Lane tube station is a Central line stop as well, which can ferry you into the City of London in about three to five minutes.

What makes Holborn a great place for running your business?

  • You can reach any of London’s four airports in under an hour.
  • King’s Cross station is just about 20 minutes away, offering access to the Eurostar and cities throughout the United Kingdom.
  • It’s a thriving hub of business activity, centred among some of the city’s best entertainment, dining, and culture.

Find the perfect office in Holborn

Rubberdesk has 97 buildings with 492 Flex and Coworking offices with a total capacity for 12,713 people available to rent right now in Holborn, all with live prices.

With abundant transit options servicing Holborn, including Holborn Station and Chancery Lane Tube Station, there are plenty of options available for small teams of 1-4 people to larger enterprise suites for teams of 100 to 500 people from WeWork, Orega, and Labs UK.

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