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Holborn, or High Holborn as it is often known, is a gateway between London’s financial mecca, The Square Mile, and the more upmarket addresses of the West End.
Home to two of the city’s four Inns of Court – Lincoln’s Inn and Gray’s Inn – Holborn has long been considered London’s legal quarter, where some of the most prestigious legal organisations in the country hold their chambers. Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s also has its headquarters in Holborn, and recent development has seen the establishment of lots of new shops, cafés and restaurants, serving a vast range of cuisines, which really add to the area’s buzzing atmosphere.
Holborn office space has become increasingly popular in recent years, especially for expanding companies, as it provides larger floor plates at far more reasonable rents than the neighbouring districts of The City and the West End.
Office space in Holborn is predominantly 1960s and 1970s style buildings and is generally typical of London’s Bloomsbury office spaces. Rents start from £50.00 and can reach as high as £67.50 per square foot for the better buildings, with business rates ranging from £20.00 to £27.00 per square foot. Taking service charges into account, an all-in cost for Holborn offices can be estimated at £78.50 to £110.50 per square foot.
Holborn is in travel Zone 1. Holborn tube station sits on the corner of Kingsway and provides fantastic access, via the Central Line and Piccadilly Line, to the heart of The City, and the busy hubs of Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road. While St Pancras and King’s Cross, Clerkenwell, Fleet Street, Covent Garden, and Bloomsbury all ensure that the area retains its status as a well-connected, desirable commercial location.
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