Latest Flex Office Market Insights: London Flexible Office Space Report - January 2024

18 Soho Square London, W1D

Up to 11 people
Private Offices

16 Great Chapel Street London, W1F

Up to 12 people
Private Offices

16 Great Chapel Street London, W1F

Up to 16 people
Private Offices

18 Soho Square London, W1D

Up to 4 people
Private Offices
Up to 28 people
Private Offices

9 Noel Street London, W1F

Up to 10 people
Coworking Desks

48 Warwick Street London, W1B

Up to 9 people
Private Offices

18 Soho Square London, W1D

Up to 55 people
Private Offices

4 D'Arblay Street Soho London, W1F

Up to 14 people
Private Offices
Up to 77 people
Private Offices
Up to 71 people
Private Offices
Up to 40 people
Private Offices

18 Soho Square London, W1D

Up to 33 people
Private Offices
Up to 12 people
Private Offices

4 Winsley Street London, W1W

Up to 10 people
Private Offices

197-213 Oxford Street Jubilee House London, W1D

Up to 12 people
Private Offices
Up to 24 people
Private Offices

18 Soho Square London, W1D

Up to 2 people
Private Offices

Ingestre Court Ingestre Place London, W1F

Up to 4 people
Coworking Desks

33 Broadwick Street London, W1F

Up to 8 people
Private Offices
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Looking for office space in Soho?

Rubberdesk has 175 office spaces with a total capacity for 3,398 desks across 1 buildings, all available to rent right now in Soho with live prices.

With 31 operators to choose from including The Boutique Workplace Company, WeWork, TOG, Podium and Fora there are options for every style and budget.

Soho Office Space Cost Summary

Median Office Rate Per Person £814
Median Coworking Desk Rate Per Person £350
Flex Floorspace Available (sqm) 88,050
Available Desk Capacity 1,761

About Soho

As one of the city’s liveliest areas, Soho is synonymous with 24-hour entertainment, trendsetting fashion, and — of course — London’s world-famous theatre district. This so-called beating heart of London covers a square mile in the West End, a dense cultural hub that’s a magnet for those in the creative industries.

You’ll find both startups and well-known brands across the media and technology sectors buzzing within this fast-paced environment. But with hard work comes hard to play — and with its world-class cuisine and nightlife, Soho delivers.

Soho’s central location in the City of Westminster is convenient to access as well. Tottenham Court Road station is right next to Soho Square with service to the city’s Central line — and it’s recently been refurbished to improve efficiency, add permanent art installations, and prepare for London’s new Crossrail.

You can also reach Soho via the nearby Oxford Circus station, an interchange between the Victoria, Bakerloo, and Central lines, and Piccadilly Circus station’s Piccadilly line. Leicester Square station’s Northern line is also about 10 minutes away by foot. Oxford Circus station’s Central line gets you straight to the City of London in about eight minutes flat.

So why should you run your business in Soho?

  • It’s London’s bona fide creative hotspot, with great options for flexible and serviced office space, and a social scene that makes for great networking opportunities.
  • Whether it’s midday or after-hours, Soho professionals are spoilt for choice when it comes to food, drink, and entertainment options.
  • With access to four underground stations, Soho’s one of the most well-connected areas in London — making it ideal for those who have client meetings nearly anywhere around the city.

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