Let Us Do The Hard Work
If you’re looking for the perfect office space in thriving Camden, CBRE have an extensive stock to let - from flexible coworking or hot desk arrangements to a longer-term private serviced office rentals. With a variety of solutions available in Camden, CBRE are excellently placed to tailor a package to meet your needs in this youthful, creative borough of North London.
Our extensive experience means we understand that you know what your business needs today, but equally that your needs can change over time. We can support you through the process from search to tenancy quickly and painlessly. From sourcing the right space for your business, to negotiating the best deal for you - and everything in between - we can help secure the right solution for you.
Bursting with arts venues, must-visit tourist destinations – such as London Zoo – live music venues and bars, and the iconic Camden Market, this northern borough of London stretches from Fitzrovia to lush Hampstead Heath. As the long-standing boho hub of the capital, Camden has historically been a haven for creatives. Investment in flexible working spaces attracted new start-up and emerging businesses to the area which now also boasts bio-medical, tech and professional services companies amongst its commercial residents.
Camden is a centre for learning and skills development, with more than 20 universities - including Birkbeck, Fordham and UCL - located in the borough. The area is also home to high growth industries and professional bodies, charities – such as Cancer Research – and major London hospitals as well as two of the four major hubs of UK law. With rents varying from around £450 to £750 per desk, there are a wide range of businesses choosing to let office space in Camden. Walk to work and enjoy the beautiful views from Primrose Hill, or soak in the picturesque Regents Park, Camden has it all.
Camden Town is served by the Northern Line which connects residents with The City at Bank and the West End at Leicester Square. It is just a couple of stops to Kings Cross, giving access to the north of the country, and St Pancras International, - home to the Eurostar – providing fast links to the continent. The proposed High Speed 2 railway line is intended to terminate at Camden’s third major rail terminal, Euston.
Camden is also served by multiple bus routes and overground services and has a borough-wide speed limit of 20 miles per hour to make the roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists.