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Commercial property for sale in Holborn

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Retail for sale in Southampton Row, London, Greater London 1,201 sq ft

LOCATION-The subject property is adjacent to TM Lewin and Metro Bank at the junction of High Holborn, Kingsway and...

£100,000
3 days ago. TK Retail
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Office for sale in Bedford Row, WC1R, London 4,141 sq ft

Bedford Row is located in the heart of London's legal and professional district, just moments away from Gray's Inn....

£3,900,000
~ 1 month ago. Ingleby Trice
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Office for sale in Cursitor Street, EC4A, London 6,875 sq ft

New shopfront/entrance
Comprehensive internal refurbishment
New reception
New VRF air conditioning
New LED...

~ 1 month ago. Allsop
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Islington
in Vine Hill, EC1R, London 855 sq ft

The property is fitted-out to a high-standard, as a retail ‘Maison’. It consists of boutique style space on ground and...

P.O.A
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in Fleet Street, EC4Y, London 657 sq ft

The property is located on the corner of Fleet Street & Bouverie Street. Occupiers in the immediate vicinity include...

3 months ago. Christo & Co
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Office for sale 5,438 sq ft

The property provides office accommodation arranged over lower ground, ground and three upper floors. The building is...

£4,500,000
3 months ago. TSP
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Office for sale in Red Lion Square, WC1R, London 5,438 sq ft

Located in the heart of Midtown.
• The property is situated on the historic Red Lion Square locatedbetween Theobald’s...

£4,500,000
4 months ago. Estate Office
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Islington
in Grays Inn Road, WC1X, London 530 sq ft

The property is located on Grays Inn Road which is a well-known retail/commercial area in Central London running from...

£615,000
4 months ago. Christo & Co
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Fleet Street, Chancery Lane, EC4
Retail for sale in Fleet Street, EC4Y, London 466 sq ft

EC4 - Virtual Freehold A5/Take-away Commercial Investment

£1,250,000
4 months ago. Stirling Ackroyd
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427 sq ft

The shop is available by way of a new 5 year lease contracted outside the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

£97,500
5 months ago. Cushman & Wakefield
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"Clerkenwell", "Farringdon", "Midtown"
Retail for sale Investment

Rare London Portfolio Investment Opportunity

£2,700,000
5 months ago. Daniel Watney
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in Pemberton Row, EC4A, London 5,240 sq ft

A rare opportunity to acquire a freehold Grade II Listed office building in the City of London.

£4,000,000
6 months ago. Davis Brown
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Islington
Office for sale in Great James Street, WC1N, London 1,351 sq ft

Long Leasehold Self-Contained Office Suite with potential to convert

£875,000
7 months ago. Davis Brown
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in Lamb's Conduit Street, WC1N, London 900 sq ft

Newly fitted cafÉ for sale with the benefit of a3 planning consent with renewable lease inside the landlord & tenant...

11 months ago. Jarvis Keller Stephens
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in Fetter Lane, EC4A, London 60,000 sq ft

A planning consent was subsequently secured to demolish the original building and replace it with a 60,000 sq ft Grade A...

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in Hatton Garden, EC1N, London 1,051 sq ft

Outside Seating Area
• Busy Location
• Recently Renovated
• 1051 Sq Ft
• Corner Unit with 50ft return frontage

£150,000
~ 1 year ago. Hurford Salvi Carr
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Islington
Office for sale in Hatton Garden, EC1N, London 790 sq ft

Alower ground floorloft style office unit within this impressive Victorian office building. The property is located on the...

£78,500
~ 1 year ago. PJM Surveyors
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Office for sale in Grays Inn Road, WC1X, London 1,515 sq ft
£78,500
~ 1 year ago. PJM Surveyors
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Islington
Office for sale in Hatton Garden, EC1N, London 800 sq ft

A self-contained, loft style office/studio unit on the ground floor of this characterful Victorian building located in...

£78,500
~ 1 year ago. PJM Surveyors
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Islington
Office for sale in Eyre Street Hill, EC1R, London 2,022 sq ft

The property provides an open plan media style office space on the basement, ground, 1st and 2nd floors all of which have...

£78,500
~ 1 year ago. PJM Surveyors
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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.

Transport

Tube/Trains

  • Holborn (Piccadilly and Central lines) - on the corner of Kingsway and High Holborn.
  • Temple (District and Circle lines) - on the Embankment at the bottom of Arundel Street. Approximately five minutes away.
  • Charing Cross (Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo lines) - on the Strand at the Trafalgar Square end. Approximately ten minutes away.

Buses

  • Buses that stop on or near High Holborn include numbers: 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 59, 68, X68, 76, 77a, 91, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 341 and 521.
  • Holborn is within London's congestion charging zone so you will need to pay to drive in central London.

Buses

  • Heathrow Airport (46 minutes from Holborn underground)
  • Gatwick Airport (56 minutes from Holborn)
  • City Airport (39 minutes from Holborn tube station)

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.