Mayfair or Knightsbridge offices
are a must for companies that cater for the high end of the market.
Such is the opinion of AllInLondon.co.uk, which stated that "in order to be taken seriously amongst the top-end clientele", businesses - particularly those that sell consumer goods - need to have a presence in either one of these districts.
Guide and listings director for the website Susanne Oldfield explained that due to the fact many properties in Mayfair and Knightsbridge are already established and prices are high in these areas, "there is little scope for large-scale developments now, which means that prices for existing properties have an even tighter squeeze on them during boom times in particular".
She went on to note: "Designer labels, boutique patisseries, top-class hotels and restaurants and high-end property companies would all feel very at home there."
Her comments follow those recently made by chief executive of the British Council for Offices (BCO) Richard Kauntze. He asserted that Mayfair offices
- along with St James's - are some of the most prestigious in London.
Mayfair is easily accessible via the public transport system and is central, making it an ideal place from which to run a business.
Combined with the fine restaurants and luxury hotels found here, it provides "the complete package", Mr Kauntze claimed.
Bond Street, Green Park, Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner and Oxford Circus tube stations are all in the vicinity of Mayfair offices
, backing up the comments about public transport made by the BCO chief executive.
It is also well placed for access to clients in the City, with the journey between Bond Street and Liverpool Street tube stations taking less than 15 minutes, while Canary Wharf is no more than 20 minutes away.
Posted by David Hudek
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