The Area

Within close proximity to vibrant Covent Garden, Holborn and Chancery Lane, locating your business in Midtown is becoming increasingly popular. The area is known as a seat of learning because it houses the London School of Economics and University College London, as well as the British Museum and Inns of Court. It is the largest central business district in the United Kingdom, comparable to Midtown Manhattan, in New York City. Traditionally the West End does retail, and the City does finance, but in Midtown there are law, media and technology giants; a real mix of industries are recognising the benefits of this well-positioned area.


Why Have a Midtown Office?

Midtown is the district where the City meets the West End, which makes The Argyll Club's Midtown offices the ideal working hub for companies of all sizes and sectors. The three vibrant districts which form Midtown, have it all; Bloomsbury, Holborn and St Giles, which broadly extend to Farringdon Street/Road in the East and Trafalgar Square/Tottenham Court Road in the West.


Transport Links

London Overground Rail and underground Tube stations within the Midtown area include Holborn (Central and Piccadilly lines), Chancery Lane (Central line) and Farringdon (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines), which also gives you access to the National Rail network.

Central Court - The Dalton Room

Central Court

25 Southampton Buildings, London, WC2A 1AL

As the old headquarters for the London Patent Office, innovative ideas have been flowing through this building since famed London architect John Taylor cut its ribbon back in 1902.

Hudson House - Reception

Hudson House

8 Tavistock Street, London, WC2E 7PP

On a quiet corner tucked away from the hubbub of Convent Garden, you will find Hudson House, a grand, Grade II listed property designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1904. The impressive site is home to dazzling meeting rooms and office suites.