It's a dream to get to, with both Bond Street Tube (perfect for Crossrail) and Oxford Circus just a few minutes away linking you to rest of the city and beyond. And if you don't fancy the crazy energy of Oxford Street for your lunchtime walk, there's a feast of cafes, bars and restaurants in the tucked away streets of St Christopher's Place and Marylebone Lane.
This imposing baroque building was designed by James S. Wilson and William Wallace (no, not that one) in the late 19th century. In an area famous for doctors and music (Paul McCartney wrote “Yesterday” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand” just a few doors down), we like to think that Wimpole Street offers a therapeutic retreat from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street. We worked with our friends DMFK again on this one; this grand, late Victorian building on the outside, has been thoroughly modernised on the inside. The glass atrium floods the interior with light, revealing a fresh, modern take on 60’s design- think Mad Men in Spring time. Classic yet cutting edge. And we’ve packed our five floors with everything you could want from a modern workspace, including lounges, event spaces, co-working, meeting rooms, bicycle racks and one of the best rooftop gardens in London.