London’s latest tech epicentre

Working in Euston


Euston is one of London’s best-connected areas, making it popular with both local businesses and companies that commute both nationally and internationally on a regular basis. The station itself first opened in 1837 with a service to Birmingham, and to this day remains a hive of activity, boasting shops, restaurants and a growing number of nearby workspaces. 

 

  • 4+ office available to let in Euston
  • Flexible 1-month minimum terms
  • Corporate and creative interiors available

 

Browse Offices in Euston

 

HQs in Euston

 

Euston has benefited from neighbouring King’s Cross’ recent redevelopment, with huge brands like Facebook, Google, The Guardian Group, Louis Vuitton and Universal Music calling it home. Just off Euston Road is Regent’s Place, a new 13-acre development containing office space for startups looking to scale.

 

A handful of established commercial properties are also close by and provide ample access to London’s West End district via the Victoria Line.

 

Local transport links

 

You’ll struggle to find a better-connected location than Euston and King’s Cross - two of the busiest railway stations in the UK. Both link to the Northern Line, with Euston also served by the Victoria Line and Kings Cross connected to the Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City and Circle Lines, and the Thameslink. St Pancras International is also nestled between the two stations, making it convenient for international business travellers.

 

Things to do, see and eat

 

There’s more to Euston than just the station. On Euston Road, there’s the Wellcome Collection, a free museum and library connecting science, medicine, life and art, as well as the British Library which is well worth a visit. Also nearby is Marylebone High Street, containing a range of boutique shops, restaurants and bars.

 

When it comes to authentic dining experiences the restaurants on Drummond Street, famous for their delicious South Asian food at very reasonable prices, are a must. As well as eateries, the area around Drummond Street boasts local pubs, bars and even a theatre - it’s a real community.

 

Did you know…

 

  • In the 1840s, the locomotives serving Euston used the Roundhouse as their depot.
  • Euston only had two platforms when it opened in 1837.
  • The Caledonian Sleeper train to Scotland departs from Euston.