East Side, London, N1C 4AX
As Station buildings go, King’s Cross is one of the most iconic with Grade 1 listing and designed in 1852 by Harry Potter. Or Lewis Cubitt. One of the two.
We’ve taken two floors of offices that form part of the main station building. Enter from the front of station on the corner of York Way and Euston Road, just to the right of the beautiful arches looming over the main entrance. The offices have been comprehensively refurbished revealing the original brickwork and steel and iron features of the building,
Alongside private office space it’s got our shared work space & co-working lounge co-working spaces as well as a range of meeting rooms and dining spaces throughout the first floor. This is the second building with our Joint Venture with Network Rail.
Thanks to Matt Clayton & Danielle Bowman for the great photographs.
OFFICE SPACE IN KING’S CROSS
Individual offices in Kings Cross Station, on flexible terms, but with the whole building for you to use:
- Fully furnished (or not, up to you)
- 7 meeting rooms
- 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 KING’S CROSS
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.
- 7 meeting rooms ranging from a 4 peron to a 16 person
- LCD screens are in 5 rooms and we have portable projectors for the remaining 2 rooms
- Each room has a white board and a flip charts
- We can provide basic stationery like pencils, pens & pads of paper
Open workspaces, lounge-style rooms and more private areas are designed to allow you to work with privacy and focus when you need. Meet clients and colleagues over a coffee in the lounges or more formally in meeting rooms.
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 Eastside, King’s Cross even though you’re not.