This month’s title for the most Unique Offices goes to serviced offices in Holborn where you can surely find some of central London’s finest serviced office accommodation.

Rich in architectural splendour the Chancery Lane area of London City provides some fine examples of nineteenth-century commercial buildings. Here our unique serviced offices can be found at Central Court, housed within a stunning Victorian building, formerly home to the London Patent Office.

Today the elegantly presented serviced offices retain a sense of Victorian grandeur whilst offering a practical and inspiring modern day working environment. The whole buildings boasts magnificent examples of late Victorian architecture with many original features preserved both inside and out.

The building’s beautifully crafted interior sees offices set around a spectacular galleried reading room. With floor to ceiling glass fronts, the offices overlook a central atrium area that affords fantastic natural light. On hand business facilities, including state of the art meeting rooms, help to create an impressive corporate environment.

The Serviced Offices are located just off Chancery Lane in the City, placing clients within very close proximity of Chancery lane underground services as well as the many bars, restaurants and shops that the immediate area has to offer.

For more information on these Holborn Serviced Offices please call 01932 834 720 or search our extensive Holborn Serviced Office listings at http://www.easyoffices.com/

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One Response to Holborn Serviced Offices Offer Prestigious Space in Former Patent Office
  1. One of the great things about serviced offices is the way that serviced office companies can make such good use of historical buildings,turning them into environments suitable for 21st century business.

    The re-use of old buildings has two important advantages. First it is much more sustainable, as the demolition and redevelopment alternative creates much more carbon emissions than the refurbishment of existing buildings.

    Second, it preserves the historic character of the city. It would be a tragedy to lose a fine Victorian building like this one.

    So three cheers all round to EOG.


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