About The Area

Camden Area Guide

Camden is notorious for its vibrant and buzzing atmosphere, obvious from the moment you step outside Camden Tube Station. A celebration of diversity and the fusion of cultures, from professionals to punks, hotshots to creatives, Camden has it all. Attracted by regeneration and favourable transport links to vital central London destinations, as well as other major UK cities and airports, businesses are taking advantage of growing retail and office space situated throughout Camden and the NW1 postcode district.

What type of businesses does Camden suit?

Companies involved in a diverse range of industries are choosing commercial property in Camden as it really has something to offer for every type of industry. It's known for being a creative hub, yet industries from fin-tech to finance are fast making Camden their business home. From superior transport links to a vast array of cheap and cheerful lunch options, keep your employees happy with extensive leisure amenities, and live music options all day. The area provides companies with a well-rounded location that meets corporate needs, at the same time as offering plenty of room for growth. Come to Camden for the atmosphere, but stay for the positive impact it will have on your team. 

Transport Camden

Located between the vibrancy of Central London and the leafy serenity of North West London, Camden Town has always existed as an intriguing hybrid area for business. Camden is well connected in terms of both rail and road connections; served by two branches of the Northern line and with over-ground links to central London, executives can travel to many important locations throughout London, like Bank, Moorgate or Waterloo quickly and efficiently. Plus, it's just a 20-minute walk to Kings Cross St Pancras, so it truly is an international hub. If you prefer London by taxi or car, the A400 makes it easy to get directly into Central London or the M11, M25 & M1 provide easy links to other major UK cities as well as Stansted & Luton airport in just over an hour.

Bank: 14 minutes (Northern Line)

Waterloo: 14 minutes (Northern Line)

Liverpool Street: 20 minutes (Northern Line)

Kings Cross St Pancras: 20 Minutes (On Foot) 

Eating Out in Camden

Camden is known for its street food market so when looking for a quick and easy lunch option, it would be rude not to start there! Enjoy tasting a huge variety of cuisines as you rotate around the stalls, it's got everything from Caribbean style grill to deep-fried halloumi, even vegan pie & mash. 

If you're looking for somewhere to sit in and dine, there's a variety of eateries and restaurants to suit every taste. Check out The Blues Kitchen (BBQ), Poppies (Fish & Chips), Bitang (Asian Fusion) and the York & Albany (Posh Pub Grub) to name but a few.

Plus our Centro Buildings Camden office space even has its own Cafe for those days where you haven't got time to explore or eat out.

Going Out in Camden

Camden also offers an incredibly diverse range of pubs, bars and nightclubs many with live music to cater for slow afternoons and happening evenings. The Princess of Wales offers a traditional cosy pub experience for those nights the team go for a few drinks after work. The Blues Kitchen is great for live music and food if you also fancy an American style BBQ. Plus, The Camden Head offers a legendary comedy night if you’re looking for some late-night laughs.

Camden is known for its bustling nightlife, you'll never be short of somewhere to go to chill out with work colleagues or host those important clients.

Ink Rooms
338 Goswell Road
Clerkenwell Workshops
60 Gray's Inn Road
Peer House
The Record Hall
Hatton Garden
Archer Street Studios
Fleet Street