Being one of the most iconic places in London, the West End boasts a high demand for office space. The business district accommodates a substantial diversity in occupational sectors, from the creative industries and financial services to commercial occupiers, retailers and recruitment agencies. We have found that being such a large area has allowed this diversity to grow and contributes to why this is one of the fasting moving and most diverse districts in the world. It’s size means it can be broken down into smaller districts, each very different from the next; Mayfair being home to financial companies such as GLG partners and Moore Capital and neighbouring Soho being the spiritual home of film and advertising.
Renowned for its retail and performing arts, the West End is rich in culture and is supplied by nearly every tube line. Office space here often comes in the form of small, quirky converted buildings, jostling for space among many of London’s biggest attractions. Companies such as Twitter, King, Condé Nast and the Arcadia Group have all taken up space in the West End.