Rent Office Space in Wimbledon
Wimbledon is best known for the world renown Wimbledon Tennis Championships held within its boundaries. But there is much more to this district in the southwest outskirts of London. Situated north of Merton and east of Kingston upon Thames, Wimbledon is home to the New Wimbledon Theatre and Wimbledon Common, one of the largest public open spaces in the country. And because the district also has a thriving commercial area, renting office space in Wimbledon has many advantages for business people.
Wimbledon has excellent public transport links, easy access to major roads, and highly qualified workers. With outstanding theatres, restaurants, shops, and leisure activities, Wimbledon is a prestigious location for working, living, and doing business. Fortunately, office space in Wimbledon is available and affordable despite the increasing popularity and commercial development of the area.
The head office of Square Enix Europe, a successful British company that publishes video game software, is in the Wimbledon Bridge House. Wimbledon is also home to the United Kingdom head offices of many large corporations, including Heineken and Coty. The Wimbledon Business Forum provides opportunities for the many local businesspeople to network and keep informed of business development in the area. Wimbledon Women in Business provides support and networking for local businesswomen.
Located just six miles (ten kilometers) from the center of London at Charring Cross, Wimbledon is an important commercial region of the City of London. The Broadway is a major business area of Wimbledon,
conveniently located near public transport. Another business center, on Watermill Road, is very close to the South Wimbledon tube station. Wimbledon office space is available in two post codes: SW19, including Lombard Road, The Broadway, Deer Park Road, Quicks Road, Watermill Way, Thornton Road, The Path, and Arthur Road and SW20, including Durham Road and Bushey Road.
Between the transportation centers at Wimbledon station, the Wimbledon Case railway station (which is the terminus for the District Line of the London underground), the Raynes Park railway station, and Wimbledon Park, public transport to and around Wimbledon is practical and reliable. The main road access to Wimbledon is the A219, which runs off the A3. In addition to its superior public transportation and roadways, Wimbledon also has excellent taxi service 24 hours a day.
Wimbledon has a consistent residential population of approximately 55,000. The section around High Street was part of the original medieval village; with lovely homes and gardens residential real estate in the village has become very desirable and costly in recent years. The Centre Court shopping center is a focal point of retail activity and offices in Wimbledon. The town center along The Broadway and over the Wimbledon Bridge also has numerous shops, cafes, and other amenities for residents.
Companies that are looking to establish themselves in or relocate to a prestigious yet affordable area of London with a dynamic business community will find a warm welcome and plenty of high quality office space to rent in Wimbledon. They will join a cadre of businesses that make Wimbledon their centers of operation.
Chris Robertson is an author of Majon International, one of the world’s MOST popular internet marketing companies on the web.
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