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  1. Eyre Street Hill, London, EC1

    Office for rent

    £49.50 psf (quoting)

    2,734 to 8,556 sq ft ~25 to 79 people

    FINAL FLOOR REMAINING - Economical Office Undergoing Industrial Style Refurbishment. Stunning Warehouse Building. Cast Iron Columns. Concrete Screed Flooring. Passenger Lift. Crittall Windows. Two Entrances. Close To Farringdon and Chancery Lane Stations.


    18 days ago. LDG

  2. 262 High Holborn

    Office for rent


    1,023 to 35,392 sq ft ~9 to 328 people

    High Holborn offers the highest quality contemporary office accommodation in the heart of Midtown.

  3. Johnson Building

    Office for rent


    11,040 to 59,000 sq ft ~102 to 546 people

    Up to 58,500 sq ft of creative workspace available over lower ground to second floors with new dedicated entrances created at 79 Hatton Garden and The Courtyard, 6 St Cross Street


About Holborn

Holborn sits at the centre of the Underground network, and so is perfect for companies that need to be able to access all parts of London.

While Holborn has long been known as a centre for the legal industry due to its close access to the Temples of London, Holborn is also a historic centre for the publishing industry, with many publishing businesses still situated along Fleet Street.

Holborn also has an active Business Improvement District, providing services such as paper recycling and joint procurement, making Holborn a dynamic environment for working with local businesses.

Holborn would be particularly well suited to services businesses due to its close proximity to the City of London. Both Soho and Clerkenwell also border Holborn, providing easy access to publishing and media centres.





Holborn’s trivia

Holborn station was used to store British Museum treasures during WW2

The Holborn area is spectacularly endowed with subterranean secrets. Most prominently, and yet most hidden, are the deep-level shelters that run below a sizeable stretch of High Holborn. These twin passageways were constructed during WWII as one of eight similar deep-level refuges across the capital, with a view to integrating the various shelters into express Tube lines after the war. The name Holborn comes from the Anglo-Saxon words 'Hol' meaning hollow and 'Bourne' meaning brook.