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The W1 postcode district in Central London incorporates many locations across the West End, so W1 office space is situated across several districts and sub-markets.

The W1 district is part of the Western area of Central London. It predominantly covers the locations within the City of Westminster and a small part of the London Borough of Camden’s jurisdiction, and it incorporates Fitzrovia, Marylebone, Mayfair, and Soho.

The W1 district is split into smaller postcodes: W1A, W1B, W1C, W1D, W1E, W1F, W1G, W1H, W1J, W1K, W1S, W1T, W1U, and W1W. It includes some of London’s most famous streets, such as Bond Street, Carnaby Street, Golden Square, Harley Street, Jermyn Street, Oxford Street, Park Lane, and Regent Street.

The postcodes within the City of Westminster’s jurisdiction include W1B, which covers the areas around Portland Place and Regent Street; W1C, which covers the area to the west and including Oxford Street; W1D, which covers the southeast of Soho, including Chinatown and Soho Square; and W1F, which covers the northwest of Soho.

W1G covers Harley Street, and W1H, W1U and W1W cover the remainder of Marylebone. W1J covers south Mayfair including Piccadilly and Berkeley Square, W1K covers north Mayfair including Grosvenor Square, and W1S covers east Mayfair including Hanover Square and Savile Row.

As well as covering east Marylebone, the W1W postcode covers Great Portland Street and parts of Fitzrovia.

The London Borough of Camden administers the W1T postcode and covers the Fitzrovia areas not covered by W1W, and Tottenham Court Road.

Covering a broad swathe of Central London, businesses seeking office space to rent in the W1 district are privileged with options ranging from Class A prime office space in brand-new state-of-the-art buildings to luxury workspaces in elegantly transformed Georgian townhouses.

As the W1 postcode district is within London’s West End, businesses and organisations are presented with the best offices in London. This can mean different things to different businesses and may mean an office building classed as BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ and has achieved a WIRED Score ‘Platinum’ or that the building is Grade I or Grade II listed, or a combination of both. Whichever the preference, the W1 district offers an abundance of the most highly coveted office spaces in London.

The district offers offices for rent and a wide range of high-end flexible office space and workspace solutions. Often referred to as Flex Spaces, these options include private serviced offices, managed offices, and co-working spaces.

Within the W1 district, these are offered by highly regarded office landlords, premium workspace providers, and B-Corp-certified office providers.

Together, these offer office space in brand-new buildings and within beautiful properties displaying the charming architecture for which London’s West End is renowned.

Whatever the fabric of the property, the luxury workspace operators offer offices held on short-term licences rather than long leases, with options to extend terms.

As the contacts are flexible, businesses can also effortlessly move into larger suites during their tenancies as business needs dictate, with many offices in the W1 district offering space for 200+ desks.

As opposed to traditional rent, flex spaces are charged on an all-inclusive basis, meaning that the monthly rental fee covers rent, utilities, enterprise-grade IT systems, cleaning, furnishings, security, and other enhanced provisions such as reception, administrative, and concierge services.

Because these are fully fitted, ready-to-use offices, occupiers have the added advantage that little or no upfront capital expenditure is required unless a fully bespoke office is desired, which can easily be arranged.

Office space occupiers in the W1 postcode district of Central London enjoy easy access to all of the amenities and services of a capital city that is the 2nd most visited in the world. This means that there are over 300 bars and pubs, over 800 restaurants, many of which are Michelin-starred, several hundred hotels and other forms of short-term accommodation, many of which are internationally renowned 5-star establishments, and thousands of retailers in locations ranging from Carnaby Street to New Bond Street.

The London Underground Tube stations that are in or in very close walking distance of the W1 postcode district are as follows:

London Underground Tube Stations Serving the W1 Postcode District in London
Baker Street Station
Bond Street Station
Goodge Street Station
Great Portland Street Station
Green Park Station
Marble Arch Station
Marylebone Station
Oxford Circus Station
Piccadilly Circus Station
Regent’s Park Station
Warren Street Station


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