The Soho Collective


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The Soho Collective is many things… *drum roll*

 Firstly, it is a co-working space. The best co-working space in London’s West End, we reckon (as do loads of others!)

Light-crunched, newly kitted out in a very stylish way with great views right down Old Compton Street, a bar and a roof – in a building that really is ‘landmark’.

Secondly, it is a brilliant place to network. The Soho Collective is made up of creatives from many fields – journalism, design, PR, events – living under one seriously gorgeous roof in Soho. That makes us a pretty nifty creative powerhouse. But don't worry, we're not one of those annoying 'incubators' where you are badgered every day to help someone else set up their business. We're a bit more grown-up than that.

Thirdly, our location. We’re right in the throbbing heart of Soho, on the throne of (in)famous Old Compton Street – we’re so close to the action you can almost lick it. Everyone knows exactly where it is (if you don’t, it’s the huge windows above Ed’s Diner, facing down Old Compton Street, with the fancy chandelier).

And did we mention we have a bar? You can rent it out if you like.

Transport Links:

  • Leicester Square (0.2 miles)
  • Tottenham Court Road (0.2 miles)
  • Covent Garden (0.3 miles)

To discuss current availability and the cost of renting office space please contact us through Hubble.

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  • Icon meetingroom  Meeting room
  • Icon 24hrs  24h access
  • Icon kitchen  Kitchen
  • Icon event space  Event space
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