The Gridiron Building
One Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG
It’s the one with circular pillars – 396 to be precise. These cast iron pillars both support Chipperfield’s latest project and are a respectful nod to King’s Cross’ Victorian past – think Joe in Great Expectations.
The business centre offers 3 floors in this iconic space providing workspaces for whatever way your business runs best. Offices & meeting rooms are all backed up by excellent technology and a really great team.
The building overlooks Pancras Square which will be jam-packed with green spaces, bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. And if you’re after a serotonin fix there’s a swimming pool and gym across the road at Five Pancras Square.
If you still need convincing that we’re really in the heart of this exciting new London space, there’s direct access to Kings Cross St Pancras tube from the ground floor of the building. Now you don’t get more tapped in than that.
OFFICE SPACE IN THE GRIDIRON
Individual offices in The Office Kings Cross, on flexible terms, but with the rest of our building for you to use:
- Fully furnished (or not, up to you)
- 4 meeting rooms
- 1 boardroom
- 1 conferencing space
- Telephone booths
- Kitchens and break out areas on each floor
- Secure bike storage
- Monitored CCTV and 24 hour access
- Full IT and Telephony, to match whatever you need
MEETING ROOMS IN THE GRIDIRON
A great meeting needs a great meeting room. The rooms are tailored to specific types of meeting both in design and technology and are available by the hour or the day. A range of room sizes and a Lounge to step out and have a break:
- 4 meeting rooms in different styles
- 2 formal boardrooms up to 12 people
- 1 conferencing space for up to 70 people theatre style
- All the AV equipment is available and included in the cost
- Great breakout space outside the meeting rooms for informal meetings and debriefs
The way people work is changing. Not everyone needs a permanent office all of the time. With Virtual Membership your business can be permanently based at One Pancras Square even though you’re not.