Deciding on serviced office spaces in Kings Cross or London Bridge? Read on...

Wed 12th Dec, 17:00:00 GMT

If you’re in need of an office space for your start-up agency, charity or even call centre, you need to weigh up all your options carefully. Centrally located areas such as Kings Cross and London Bridge are not only easily accessible; they’re also close to award winning bars, cafes and restaurants.

No longer simply a junction to other parts of London, Kings Cross attracts a diverse collection of workers, restaurant-goers and party revellers throughout both day and night, seven days a week. With residential properties shooting up across the area, an appealing area to live and work for those people who like to make quick trips to the continent via the Eurostar. London Bridge is a fantastic area for food and culture lovers, with London’s finest food market, as well as proximity to London theatres and museums such as the Young Vic and Design Museum. With many serviced offices in London Bridge now available, it’s becoming an increasingly attractive location to be employed.

Both London Bridge and Kings Cross are home to a network of outstanding transport links, making it an ideal office location, easy to get to for commuters both inside and outside of London.Kings Cross isa well-establishednational transport hub with connections to many London Underground lines as well as mainline train connections reaching to all parts of the UK. The Eurostar service that runs into St Pancras station also makes Kings Cross an ideal office location should you ever need quick and easy access to the continent.

With such central locations, and such a diverse collection of people living in and passing through Kings Cross, London Bridge and their surrounding areas, these areas are ideal locations for all kinds of businesses, from charities to media agencies, management consultancies to tech companies. With offices to let in both locations, your business could help attract a stellar set of employees with such an attractive office locale.

Once purely a transport hub, Kings Cross is now one of the most rapidly developing areas of the nation’s capital in terms of eating, drinking and entertainment options. If you’re looking for somewhere to host some unforgettable end of the working week drinks in Kings Cross, be sure to check out Pepito Bar. This little known bar is hidden via an alley and so manages to escape the mass footfall of the area, allowing you to have a drink with your colleagues and perhaps even secure a much coveted spot sat at the bar.

You can have a great budget meal out in Kings Cross as well as dinners that cost a pretty penny, and all kinds of foreign cuisines are available. One of the most delicious options is Addis, an authentic Ethiopian restaurant on Caledonian Road serving up spongy flatbreads and delicious kebabs, all washed down with Ethiopian beers. And of course, London Bridge is no stranger to an eatery or two. In fact, the much loved Borough Market is just a hop and a skip from London Bridge station, the ideal place to pick up a quick lunchtime falafel or burger.

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