Regent Street London SW1Y 4PE

London Flexible Office Space

Property Summary

Connect with history at this centre, a striking building that once housed the BBC Radio Studios. This centre was built in the 1930s and has been remodelled into a modern, professional workplace.

The flexible, fully serviced meeting rooms and office space are complemented by disabled facilities onsite and a 7th-floor roof terrace.

The centre is only a few metres away from Shaftesbury Avenue where the best West End theatres can entertain you after work. This is a landmark building that has a long and illustrious history you can connect with.

Masses of shops nearby, as are all the amenities your business expects from a premier business location.

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Property Features

  • Meeting RoomsMeeting Rooms
  • 24hr Secure Access24hr Secure Access
  • Break-out AreasBreak-out Areas
  • Bike RacksBike Racks
  • Disabled AccessDisabled Access
  • Roof TerraceRoof Terrace

Built by architect Robert Cromie, the building once housed the BBC’s radio studios and the Paris Cinema. Today it is a sought-after office location, being on the east side of Regent Street between the junction with Carlton Street and Charles II Street.

Connections to the rest of the city are superb: under 10 minutes takes you to the Waterloo, Victoria and Bond Street tube stations, with King’s Cross St Pancras mainline station just 7 minutes from the offices.

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