Brook Street in Mayfair has quite a history and once the home of German composer George Handel. He lived at number 25 during the 18th century and it was in this house that he penned Handel’s Messiah.
During the mid-1960s, the property next door, number 23, was the home of music legend of a different genre, Jimi Hendrix.
Today, the two properties form a museum commemorating the previous famous occupants.
This flex space centre in Mayfair is a bit further up the road at No.42 however; we feel you may have a ‘Hallelujah’ moment when you first enter!
The checkerboard floors, mahogany fitting and the elegant interior design is certainly striking and will leave a lasting impression on your visitors and clients.
The professional and discreet client support team greet visitors and provide exemplary service to clients from personalised telephone answering to arrange meetings to organising catering for your guests.
There are over fifty private office suites available to rent here in a range of sizes and formats. All offices are fully furnished and fully serviced so occupiers pay a once-monthly payment that covers all business space costs.
There are also 4 fully equipped meeting rooms available to hire that seat between 4 and 10 persons.
Virtual offices providing a prestigious Mayfair business address are available here. Various packages are available depending on whether you would also like telephone answering and other services included, also.
There is also a customer lounge and hot desking facilities available at this Brook Street property.
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