Marylebone is an affluent area of the City of Westminster located north of Oxford Street and it extends up to Lisson Grove and Regent’s Park. Marylebone High Street is a popular location with boutique stores and popular chain stores.

Famous as the home of fictional sleuth Sherlock Holmes on Baker Street, Marylebone has many other impressive addresses like Harley Street, noted for its association to the medical profession and Duke Street, Wigmore Street and Gloucester Place designed by Robert Adam. This area of London offers many prestigious business addresses.

Marylebone is noted for its Georgian and Victorian architecture and boasts several impressive squares. Cavendish Square, just off Oxford Street has a number of modern offices next to the period buildings that overlook the pretty square.



Marylebone is in a central location in the heart of London so it’s worth considering as a home for your business because it benefits from several mainline stations and Tube lines, and from its proximity to the amenities of the West End.

The area is already home to many legal, business services and professional services businesses taking advantage of the range of office space on offer and the position close to other locations like Mayfair, Paddington and the developing King’s Cross area. Marylebone also benefits from St Pancras International station which is close by and provides links to Paris and Brussels.

There is a wide selection of serviced office locations, managed and conventional office space on offer in the Marylebone area. To get a real idea of what’s available to you start your search here.

Typical office pricing in the area: £450 - £1000 per workstation


Marylebone is close to the following areas of London that are also worth consideration as a home for your business. All offer a wide choice of serviced offices and flexible workspace solutions.

Here are the indicative price ranges for workstations in each area (correct during 2016).

Euston – Located at the top of Tottenham Court Road and Southampton Row, Euston has seen major redevelopment similar to King’s Cross with many new businesses like Ricoh moving in.

Typical office pricing in the area: £550 - £1200 per workstation

Mayfair – A popular area due to its proximity to the shops of the West End and easy access to the City. One of the more sort after locations is Berkeley Square.

Typical office pricing in the area: £500 - £1800 per workstation

St James’s – Located to the south of Mayfair with Green Park and St James’s Park on its borders and famous for its grand houses.

Typical office pricing in the area: £850 - £1200 per workstation

Paddington – The extensive regeneration over the last five years has seen Paddington transformed in to a vibrant business hub.

Typical office pricing in the area: £500 - £1000 per workstation

Soho – This busy shopping and entertainment area is also home to many businesses in the media and business services sectors.

Typical office pricing in the area: £400 - £950 per workstation


Marylebone benefits from a number of transport links connecting office space and serviced offices in the area via a number of Tube lines as well as close access to major roads and bus routes. Its location means you are never more than 10 minutes walk from other areas of the West End and 15 minutes from the City of London via Tube.


Tube stations:
Edgware Road, Marylebone, Great Portland Street, Baker Street, Marble Arch, Bond Street and Oxford Street

Tube lines:
Bakerloo, Central, Piccadilly, Jubilee, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City. Download a handy Tube map here

Mainline stations:
Marylebone, Paddington, Euston, Kings Cross, and St Pancras International

Major road links:
The A5, A4 and the Westway all lead to major motorway connections

Nearest airports:
London City with Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick accessible via rail links

There are 13 bus routes to other parts of London including Hackney Wick, Sudbury, Brent Cross, Waterloo and Euston. Find out which buses serve this area here

Cycle: The area is served by seventeen London Cycle Network bays. Find a cycle hire location here


Marylebone is well positioned for quick and easy access to the West End shops around Oxford Street, Regent’s Street and Tottenham Court Road and the boutiques and luxury brands along New Bond Street.

With one of London’s largest green spaces, Regent’s Park, right on the door step and several other pretty green spaces like Paddington Street Gardens, you are never far from somewhere to get away from the office.

The area is also a great place for an after work drink with friends or colleagues with a wide choice of good bars and pubs like the Prince Regent and The Marylebone.  The selection of places to eat in Marylebone are numerous, with lots of the usual cafes and some very highly rated restaurants like Fischer’s and French brasserie Le Relais de Venise, as well as the popular chains like Strada.



Marylebone has many famous landmarks and places of interest that are worth mentioning, here are just a few.

Madame Tussauds is the famous and highly popular wax works located close to Baker Street Tube.

The Sherlock Holmes Museum showcases the world of the fictional detective located at the north end of Baker Street.

Regent’s Park located on the north side of Marylebone, it boasts the famous Open Air Theatre and ZSL London Zoo.

Oxford Street is home to many department stores and leading brands and is close to New Bond Street and Regent’s Street.

Marble Arch is a large white marble arch designed by John Nash in 1827 and is now located at the north end of Oxford Street.



If you would like more information about Marylebone as an area for your business please speak to a member of our team who can discuss workspace options and other areas close-by.

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