King’s Gate House is part of the Regent Quarter, a campus of buildings that share interconnecting courtyards. Though they have established restaurants and bars, these spaces are quiet spots among the hustle and bustle of exciting Kings Cross – a newly-redeveloped area that is fast-becoming the capital’s premium tech and creative hub.
There are a wealth of eateries and bars around the locale, not to mention The Scala, one of London’s most famous live music venues. The landscaped areas towards St Pancras Station also hold markets and other events.
The offices themselves are well finished with wooden floors, and include an exclusive reception. To suit the kind of occupiers synonymous with the area, there are also bike racks and showers.
Commutes are simple. King’s Cross, St Pancras and Euston are all within easy walking. Between them, they are served by all major Underground Lines except for the Central, District and Jubilee. And there are also mainline services the North, and Eurostar trains to the continent.
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