Industrial units for sale in Holborn

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Industrial for sale in London, Greater London 30,100 sq ft

A single storey warehouse with two electric loading bays served by a large yard and car park. The building is in two bays...

~ 1 year ago. PJM Surveyors
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Industrial for sale in SE11, London 2,469 sq ft

Excellent location
• Automatic Roller Shutter
• Electricity and W/C
• Ceiling height of up to 4.25 meters
• Land to...

3 months ago. Network Rail
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Industrial for sale in Randall Road, SE11, London 2,700 sq ft

Fully lined refurbished arch, concrete painted floor, and electricity & W/C facility.

3 months ago. Network Rail
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Industrial for sale 3,191 sq ft

Arch 145 is currently occupied as an office with ample storage space, meeting room, kitchen and additional office space...

11 months ago. Kalmars
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Industrial for sale in Hemming Street, E1, London 1,187 sq m

A large purpose built warehouse building benefiting from a large open plan area plus separate office and reception space....

~ 1 year ago. Great Sutton Property
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Industrial for sale 500 sq ft

sq ft light industrial unit for rent in London Bridge (SE1
• The unit comes with roller shutter doors and phase 3...

5 months ago. Garrison Property
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Industrial for sale in Stirling Road, SW9, London 18,250 sq ft

A newly constructed warehouse industrial unit with a ceiling height of about 16 ft under a mezzanine of similar eaves...

~ 1 year ago. PJM Surveyors
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Industrial for sale 2,778 sq ft
5 months ago. Kalmars
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Industrial for sale in Culvert Place, SW11, London 2.77 Acres

The property comprises terraced industrial units over four blocks divided into two standalone units, two semi-detached...

7 months ago. M7 Real Estate
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Industrial for sale 5,533 sq ft

Comprising an industrial two storey brick building built in 1968 with high level windows on ground and first floor. There...

~ 1 year ago. Kalmars
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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.



  • 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 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.


  • 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.