8 Of The Best London Coworking Spaces For Rent
March 14th 2019
Coworking has been growing in popularity over the last few years.
And it’s easy to see why.
The Harvard Business Review wrote a piece about coworking spaces back in 2015, and if anything, their data is only more relevant now.
“There seems to be something special about coworking spaces. As researchers who have, for years, studied how employees thrive, we were surprised to discover that people who belong to them report levels of thriving that approach an average of 6 on a 7-point scale. This is at least a point higher than the average for employees who do their jobs in regular offices, and something so unheard of that we had to look at the data again.”
London coworking spaces are some of the most advanced in the world, so it is easy to see why everyone from innovative Start-Ups to established, multi-national companies choose to locate there.
London coworking spaces
Just metres from Waterloo Station, this newly modernised London office building offers creative workspace and excellent, design-led facilities including a manned reception, comfortable breakout areas, meeting rooms, air-conditioning, high-speed broadband, 24-hour security and lift.
Riding House Street
Across this 76,000 sq. ft London coworking space, the designers have decided it doesn’t have to be all work. They’ve created coworking spaces and a lounge on the ground floor for members to work, collaborate, socialise and grow their business. There are meeting and event spaces for 2 -100 people, all topped off with a penthouse meeting space to be booked out in its entirety. There are also private offices for 2 – 100 people, kitted out with dining areas, kitchens and lounges. It even has a library.
There’s a gym for yoga, pilates and suspension training with a sound system to match. A 20 – seater screening room is yours to enjoy as well. They’ve also got heaps of cycle storage, showers,, drying rooms, lockers and more.
Grays Inn Road
A large interior courtyard ringed by trees is the perfect place to set up your laptop or challenge someone to a game of pool at this office, which is one of our absolute favourite London coworking spaces. Occupying five floors of an eight-story building, this coworking space has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Gray’s Inn Road. The modern exterior is fashioned from stone, while the interior softens things a bit with plush furnishings and bright splashes of colour.
The building is dog-friendly London office and has a great buzz about it. The area attracts media companies, production houses, and lawyers of all specialities. The Chancery Lane Underground station is seconds away, and just a bit further is Farringdon Station.
Borough High Street
A mix of individual offices, meeting rooms, events spaces, lounges and co-working spaces in London. This is one of the few London coworking spaces that has sustainability on the brain, so they established a number of Green Roof gardens, rainwater harvesting, low energy lighting, PV and solar panels, lots of bike storage and showers.
A new 30,000 sq. ft. office building, offering contemporary London office space and a range of meeting venues next to King’s Cross.
Architects worked with designers to create space for a range of office sizes, meeting rooms, event spaces and coworking spaces. This space is also green-conscious, with a green roof terrace, rainwater harvesting, PV panels, CHP heating and a proper lighting strategy (sensors, low energy etc.).
Once a warehouse for the East India Trading Company, this London office space has exposed brick walls featuring installations by local artists. The pet-friendly coworking space fills the 19th-century building’s entire third floor and includes amenities like spacious common areas, bike storage, and shower facilities that make it a great location for on-the-go entrepreneurs.
On the edge of Shoreditch, it overlooks the western courtyard of Devonshire Square, home to trendy wine bars, cafes, and restaurants, as well as lots of local pop-ups. Just outside you can often hear live music in the middle of the day or in the early evening. If you’re looking for a bustling location and a wide variety of amenities, this coworking space should be on your list.
This serviced office in Paddington has office space on the ground floor right up to the fourth floor, in a range of shapes and sizes. In addition, you will find a conferencing space, meeting rooms, lounges, kitchens, focus rooms and telephone booths. You can also make use of The Club which provides permanent drop-in workspace, which is perfect for both internal and external coworking, meetings and freelancers.
In a 17-story glass tower, this London office space occupies three floors with huge windows, that let in tonnes of natural light. There’s a wide-open floor plan that encourages collaboration between members, which include newly founded Start-Ups, established corporations, and everyone in between. This centre also has one of the largest event spaces in London, so it’s the perfect place for hosting parties of any size.
Easily accessible from City of London and Shoreditch, the coworking space has a prime location when you’re looking to attract investors or clients. The neighbourhood has great transportation options, being situated between four Underground stations.
Which of these London coworking spaces is your favourite?
If you don’t see exactly what you’re looking for, head on over to Click Offices where a member of our team will be on hand to help you find your perfect space.