Bloomsbury Office Space
Don’t miss this opportunity to view these fantastic creative flexible office spaces in Bloomsbury London WC1, just a stones throw from the British Museum, Soho and London’s West End Shopping and Theatre districts.
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LONDON Bloomsbury Offices Address
35 Little Russell Street
How to get to our Bloomsbury Offices
A five minute walk from Tottenham Court Road Tube station we’re the blue door between the green gates of the Pilates Centre and the red door of the Cartoon Museum.
Bloomsbury is a district in the West End of London famed as a fashionable residential area and as the home of numerous prestigious cultural, intellectual, and educational institutions. It is bounded by Fitzrovia to the west, Covent Garden to the south, Regent's Park and St. Pancras to the north, and Clerkenwell to the east.
Bloomsbury is home of the British Museum, the largest museum in the United Kingdom, and numerous educational institutions, including the University College London, the University of London, the New College of the Humanities, the University of Law, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and many others. Bloomsbury is as an intellectual and literary hub for London, as home of world-known Bloomsbury Publishing, publishers of the Harry Potter series, and namesake of the Bloomsbury Set, a group of famous British intellectuals, including author Virginia Woolf and economist John Maynard Keynes, among others.
Bloomsbury began to be developed in the 1600's under the Earls of Southampton, but it was primarily in the 19th century, under the Duke of Bedford, which the district was planned and built as an affluent Regency era residential area by famed developer James Burton. The district is known for its numerous garden squares, including Bloomsbury Square, Russell Square, and Tavistock Square, among others.