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Conversationally referred to as ‘Millionaire’s Row’, one doesn’t automatically think of office space in Holland Park when picturing its real estate. Yet, it is as popular as the super prime residences the area is better known for.

Located in Kensington, west of Central London, the area surrounds its namesake park within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Holland Park is between Notting Hill and South Kensington, west of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. It is principally composed of tree-lined streets and offers first-class amenities, including luxury hotels, spas, shops, bars, and restaurants along Holland Park Avenue and Kensington High Street.

The area had been rural until the 19th century, and much of the land was formerly the grounds of a Jacobean mansion called Cope Castle. When development began in the 1820s, large, detached villas and semi-detached pairs of houses could be built due to the space offered and because it was on the western edge of London. Most were given classical facades, with stucco fronts and elegant porches.

Holland Park is now amongst the most expensive residential areas of London, attracting a wide range of well-known celebrities who have been drawn to the large, refined houses, the quiet location, and the close proximity to the centre of the UK capital.

David and Victoria Beckham bought their Grade II listed Holland Park home for a reported £31.5 million in 2013. Simon Cowell owns a five-bedroom house close to the green spaces of Holland Park that is reportedly worth around £10 million. Robbie Williams purchased a Grade II* listed 47-room residence from the late Michael Winner in 2013 for £17 million. Elton John has also owned an elegant two-bedroom maisonette there since 1992.

Holland Park has a long record of attracting high-profile residents – one of its streets, Addison Road, for instance, has one of London’s most remarkable lists of former residents.

Named after the essayist, poet, politician, and founder of The Spectator magazine, Joseph Addison, it attracted several celebrated inhabitants, such as Sir Ernest Debenham, of the department stores who built the impressive Debenham House at No.8, Chaim Weizmann, the first president of Israel, who lived at No.67, and David Lloyd George, the UK Prime Minister during the First World War, who lived at No. 2.

The park covers about 56 acres, with a northern half of semi-wild woodland, a central section of formal garden areas, and a southernmost section used for sport and recreation, offering a cricket pitch, tennis courts, and a giant chess set. The park is also home to two Japanese gardens—the Kyoto Garden, donated by the Chamber of Commerce of Kyoto, and the Fukushima Memorial Garden. It is also famously known for its squirrels and peacocks.

Several other green spaces are in Holland Park, including the Royal Crescent Gardens at 171-199 Holland Park Avenue, an award-winning private garden square and one of more than one hundred garden squares in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

There is a choice of offices to rent in Holland Park and throughout the W11 postcode district within easy walking distance of the vicinity.

Some of these can be rented with a traditional lease. However, a growing number of high-end office providers and workspace operators offer flexible workspace, or flex space, options.

These options include serviced private offices, managed office suites, and co-working spaces, which are available on relatively short-term contracts with the option to extend terms.

The flexible licences also allow tenants to expand into larger spaces as their businesses grow, with some buildings offering private managed floors with space for 50+ desks.

Flexible office space and workspace options also offer the advantage of all-inclusive pricing, so the monthly rental fee covers all overheads such as utilities, IT, furnishings, and cleaning, as well as enhanced services such as reception, administrative, and concierge support.

These spaces are fully fitted and ready to use, so they require little to no upfront capital to set up.

Office occupiers in Holland Park enjoy a plethora of first-class amenities, many unique to the area, and excellent transport links.

The area is also served by rail and underground services that can be accessed at Holland Park, Kensington Olympia, Latimer Road, Notting Hill Gate, and Shepherd’s Bush stations.

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