Coworking Space in Strand

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  • Adam Street, Strand, WC2N 6AA
    Based just moments from Embankment, this West End centre offers an enviable location and a stylish, sophisticated office space. Retaining its original features, the space has undergone a transformation and offers a range of amenities, including meeting space, breakout space, reception services and a calendar of networking events. Charing Cross and Embankment stations' are five minutes walk, offering a range of transport links.
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  • 71-91 Aldwych, Strand, WC2B 4HN
    A boldly designed coworking space in a chic, historic building. An internal staircase links the community together across multiple floors, while our private roof terrace shows off prominent views of London with a dramatic pavilion-like structure. Directly across from the Thames and LSE, moments away from the West End theatre district and the commuter hub Waterloo Station, this building provides businesses an easily accessible and highly notable location. Facilities include bike storage, event space, game lounge, outdoor balcony & it's dog friendly!
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  • 218 The Strand, Strand, WC2R 1AT
    A collection of beautifully designed, high quality private office space situated immediately opposite The Royal Courts of Justice. Brimming with character and original architectural features, this location is perfect for those looking for a private, perfectly located and hassle-free space. Each individual office offers a chance to be fully customised and guarantees total privacy and faultless views of iconic London landmarks. Ideally located for those in the legal profession looking for a managed space, The Clement Rooms offers various options of room sizes for teams of 4-20 people.
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  • 231-232 The Strand, Strand, WC2R 1DA
    Thanet House is situated in a prominent London location, on the south side of the Strand and directly opposite the Royal Courts of Justice. The building forms a seven storey office and retail property with a striking façade dating back to its construction at the beginning of the 20th century. The Offices are fully refurbished providing modern accommodation in the lower ground, ground and five upper floors. Meeting rooms are also available to hire. There is an attractive roof terrace to the fifth floor offering views towards the city and South Bank. The offices have excellent levels of natural light and air conditioning. We understand that business centres play an important part in providing accommodation to small, medium-size enterprises and more established businesses; we also understand the importance of continuing to offer a high level of customer service in well-maintained surroundings.
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  • About Offices to Rent in Strand

    The Strand is a major road that runs through the City of Westminster and forms part of the A4 that runs through Central London. It runs for nearly a mile from Trafalgar Square in the west through to Temple Bar in the East where it joins Fleet Street marking Westminster's boundary with the City of London. Charing Cross Tube and Mainline station can be found close to the western starting point and Embankment and Temple can be both found to the south along the banks of the River Thames.   Two historic churches; St Mary le Strand and St Clement Danes are located on islands at the Eastern end of the Road as a result of the widening of The Strand at the start of the 20th century. The Strand formerly lent its name to two underground stations that have both since been renamed. The first located on the Piccadilly line was renamed as Aldwych Station but has since been closed and a Northern Line Station that now forms part of the Charing Cross Station.   Waterloo Bridge was originally named Strand Bridge during construction but this was changed to Waterloo Bridge when officially opened on the second anniversary of the coalition victory of the Battle of Waterloo. During the 19th Century much of The Strand was rebuilt and it quickly became an exclusive Residential Address that welcomed esteemed inhabitants such as Thomas Carlyle, Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, John Stuart Mill, Herbert Spencer and the scientist Thomas Henry Huxley.   In modern times The Strand has a large selection of retail premises along its length including Twinings Tea Shop which dates back to the 18th Century, as well as many Embassies and High Commissions including Zimbabwe, Australia and Gibraltar as well as the Headquarters of Coutts the esteemed private bank. //

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