• St. James’s Street is the main thoroughfare in the iconic area of St. James’s.   


  • The street itself runs from Piccadilly to St. James’s Palace and Pall Mall, and many of our favourite offices to rent in St. James’s St call these wonderful places home.  


  • Surrounding St. James’s Street is the historic area of St. James’s. It is a central district in the City of Westminster and makes up a portion of the famous West End. St. James’s is bordered by Piccadilly to the north, the Mall to the south, Green Park to the west and Haymarket to the east.     


  •  Predominantly a commercial area, St. James’s has some of the highest renting costs in London. However, somewhat alleviating these eye-watering rents, a few of our serviced offices to rent in St. James’s St options have allowed businesses to operate out of this prestigious area. Where they were once priced out of a location completely, choosing a serviced office has opened up new renting locations around the city for many companies because of the cost-reducing nature of serviced offices.


  • If you choose office space in St. James’s St, you will be rubbing shoulders with some of the most influential businesses in the city. Your neighbours will include the headquarters for BP, fine wine merchants Berry Brothers and Rudd and quality cigar dealers Davidoff of London. 


  • The street is also located near Buckingham Palace. The main gatehouse to the Palace is at the southern end of St. James’s Street.     


  • Getting to and from the area is very easy. As you would expect of London, the area is serviced by many tube stations and bus routes. St. James’s Park tube Station is served by the District and Circle Lines and lies between Victoria and Westminster stations. The station has been incorporated into the building at 55 Broadway, which is home to the headquarters of Transport for London. The nearest station to St. James’s Street is Green Park to the west on the Piccadilly line.

  • In the 17th Century, the area was initially developed for residential properties for the British nobility. Important residences in the area included Spencer House, Lancaster House, Marlborough House, Clarence House and St. James’s Palace.

  • The area remained mainly residential up until after the end of the Second World War, when it changed to a more commercial area.

  • However, before commercial land use took over, the area was notorious for gentlemen’s clubs, earning itself the nickname “Clubland”. Some of London’s best-known gentlemen’s clubs are still near St. James’s Street, including Boodle's, Brooks's, the Carlton Club and White's.

  • The world-famous auction house Christie’s is located on nearby King Street, and many of the surrounding streets are home to some of the best art and antique dealers in the city, including the Sladmore Gallery, Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox and Colnaghi.

  • There are also many contemporary art dealers and galleries in the area and you can find the Institute of Contemporary Arts and the Mall Galleries here.

  • Many of our clients who rent office space in St. James’s St love the array of fine dining restaurants nearby, including 45 Jermyn Street, Boulestin and Avenue.  

  • The area is also known for its collection of upmarket retailers. Many luxury shops include Fortnum & Mason, Beretta London and the iconic tailors on Jermyn Street.

  • If you are looking for somewhere for you or your visiting clients to rest your head, you couldn’t have asked for better in St. James’s. Try Duke’s Hotel, The Ritz London or Haymarket hotel for a bit of luxury.

  • St. James’s Park is also a very popular location for picnics, making it the perfect lunch time spot during summer for all of the workers in the area.

  • Visitors to the area can also enjoy visits to The London Library, St. James’s Church, Bespoke and Right and D R Harris & Co.

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