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Soho is traditionally the centre of London’s advertising and film industry, and is still the home to several major studio offices and London’s booming visual effects and advertising industries. With Crossrail due to open in 2018, it’s also certain to become a major transport hub, ideal for commuters. There is a higher density of cafes, restaurants and bars than any other area in London and with Oxford Street forming the northern perimeter of Soho, this has really become a great place to work. Combine that with office space that is cheaper than neighbouring Mayfair and St James and you can understand why businesses flock to this area. Properties in the area tend to be smaller, older style buildings making it a great place for start up businesses to find an office. Covent Garden is only a short walk away, along with the West End for the cultural side of life. Soho is the perfect area for a Central London office that doesn’t compromise on accessibility or entertainment, with nightlife and cultural landmarks perfect for entertaining clients or recruiting high calibre staff.