Serviced Offices 275 Grays Inn Rd, Kings Cross, London WC1X 8QB – self contained floors from £18,508 pcm
Offering 11,097 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation recently refurbished to a Category A+ condition, including data cabling to the risers and fitted kitchenettes on each floor.
Each floor is at least 2,019 sqft with the 1st, 2nd & 3rd floors all be 2,307 sqft or larger & can be customised to your ideal setup.
The offices benefit from excellent natural light and have been completed to a contemporary Category A+ condition including data cabling to risers and pre-installed kitchenettes on each floor.
The refurbishment also included the installation of new end of commute facilities including bicycle racks (accessed via a secondary entrance adjacent to reception), showers and lockers.
275 Gray’s Inn Road is approximately 250 metres from the excellent transport links at King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations.
With Eurostar services from St Pancras International, the area is regarded as the gateway to Europe and as such has undergone one of the most substantial and transformative regeneration projects in Central London, the King’s Cross Estate.
The estate comprises 67 acres estate that, once completed, will feature 50 new and restored buildings, close to 1,700 new homes, 20 new streets, 10 new public parks and squares, 26 acres of public open space and 1 kilometre of canalside.
The area has attracted occupiers from a diverse range of sectors. A number of leading global businesses have all chosen to locate in King’s Cross including Google, Guardian News & Media, Facebook, Havas, Merck, Universal Music and YouTube.
The area has also witnessed a corresponding significant increase in the retail offer and amenity provision, attracting brands such as Caravan, Fortnum & Mason and The Standard hotel.
As a result, King’s Cross has become one of London’s most sought after places to live and work and one of London’s key transport hubs.
The one-mile radius around King’s Cross railway station contains one of the highest densities of knowledge based businesses and institutions in the world.
The Knowledge Quarter is a consortium of over 100 academic, cultural, research, scientific and media organisations, large and small, with one principle commonality: they are actively engaged in advancing and disseminating knowledge.
The area is already home to the British Library, the Wellcome Trust, the Alan Turing Institute, the Francis Crick Institute, the University of the Arts London Central St Martins and the Wiener Library amongst other educational facilities. This access to knowledge has been a key factor in attracting many global businesses to the area.
275 Gray’s Inn Road is located just 3 minutes’ walk from King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations which offer access to six London Underground lines (Victoria, Piccadilly, Northern, Hammersmith & City, Circle and Metropolitan), Mainline Rail and Eurostar services to mainland Europe.
In addition, King’s Cross is just one Underground stop from London’s newest major infrastructure project – the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) – at Farringdon.