Soho has to be one of the most colourful and famous areas of central London. The area was actually grazing farmland right up until 1536, when it was taken by Henry VIII as a royal park for the Palace of Whitehall. The name "Soho" first appears in the 17th century and it’s believed the name derives from a hunting cry. The Duke of Monmouth used “soho” as a rallying call for his men at the Battle of Sedgemoor half a century after the name was first used for this area of London.
By the mid-19th century the area had become the West End’s main destination for nightlife and fun and in the early 20th century started to become the culinary centre it is today when many different nationalities began opening eating-houses and restaurants. The neighbourhood became a fashionable place to eat for intellectuals, writers and artists. From the 1930s to the early 1960s, Soho folklore states that the pubs of Soho were packed every night with drunken writers, poets and artists, many of whom never stayed sober long enough to become successful.
Soho is now the creative hub of London’s booming media industry and has the densest concentration of restaurants, cafés, clubs and bars in central London and truly represents the vibrant, bustling heart of this amazing city. It is also the modern hub of London's media world with multiple advertising agencies, television and radio studios and post-production companies choosing this as their base of operations. Soho is a location roughly bounded by Oxford Street to the north, Charing Cross Road to the east, Leicester Square to the south and Regent Street to the west. The name has been taken by other similar locations / districts throughout the world including Soho New York, Soho Hong Kong, and Palermo Soho in Buenos Aires. Did you know? That Marlboro cigarettes are named after Great Marlborough Street in Soho? They were first manufactured there and the brand, contrary to its macho cowboy image now, was originally launched for women.
So finding the right office to rent in Soho should be much easier. When searching monmouthdean.com for office space to let in Soho you will see various sizes and price ranges to accommodate your needs, ranging from cheap to high end offices in Soho which can both be easily found. There is long term and temporary Soho office space so just ask our members of our team if you are unsure. We can also assist if you are looking for a virtual office in Soho, or serviced offices. Below is our current selection of available office spaces to let in Soho or in close proximity :-
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51 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, London, W1F 7JT4,472 - 23,391 sq ft
The 6th floor is refurbished and fully fitted by the landlord to provide two meeting rooms, a large breakout are and 52 open plan desksThis prominent, modern, office building is situated mid-way along Grea...shortlist view
36-40 Glasshouse Street, Soho, London, W1B 5DL192 - 506 sq ft
The available suites benefit from excellent natural light and high ceilings, ideal for small occupiers. 36-40 Glasshouse Street is located in a prominent corner position at the junction of Glasshouse Street and...shortlist view
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Palladium House, 1-4 Argyll Street, Soho, London, W1F 7LD1,664 - 5,779 sq ft
Palladium House (formally Ideal House) was constructed in the late 1920’s for the National Radiator Company in the style of its parent company’s headquarters in Manhattan. The striking polished black gran...shortlist view
111 Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F 0UH659 - 1,554 sq ft
The 4th and 5th floors are being refurbished to provide air conditioned office space, with new LED lighting. The suites will also be fully fitted with crittall style partitioned meeting rooms, furnished o...shortlist view
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7 Air Street, Soho, London, W1B 5AD2,976 sq ft
Stunning Grade A accommodation achieving a BREEAM rating ‘Outstanding’ with environmental sustainability at the core of its design. The available part 3rd floor, provides fitted space with a mixture of open pla...shortlist view