Phoenix Yard is a flexible shared business community close to Kings Cross and Clerkenwell, with excellent coffee, 24/7 access, fibre broadband and convivial colleagues. We have businesses here ranging in size from one person to much larger groups. Availability varies, so if you want to know what space we have at the moment please e-mail George Georgiou or 'phone on 020 7841 7500.
A typical experience: "I just wanted to thank you and the rest of the team at SEH for having been outstanding landlords for a growing start up through our entire life cycle. The service and premises you provided have been able to accommodate us all the way from “2 guys that need a desk” through to “40 people that need a small datacentre in a cupboard”, and that’s a very rare thing."
We offer workstations on a monthly license basis to suit members' changing requirements, supported by meeting areas and rooms and support services: Our licensees are made up of architects, engineers, charities, tech companies and many other types of business and consultant. We created Phoenix Yard in 2000 when we bought 65 Kings Cross Road, then a workshop for the clothing industry, as the base for our practice. We bought 69, next door, a few years later.
Phoenix Yard is now a thriving, design, tech, and third sector mixed business community in Kings Cross / Clerkenwell, London, close to Exmouth Market and Sadlers Wells, and walking distance from Islington. We are close to major transport links including the Eurostar link to Paris and Belgium from St Pancras, and Kings Cross, Euston, Farringdon, Russell Square and Angel stations. The 63 bus stops outside.
Parts of the building date from some 300 years ago, when it was an isolated house in the country.
Now imaginatively restored and adapted by Shepheard Epstein Hunter, it is a unique, attractive and flexible building, which has attracted 300+ visitors on Open House days. Our two buildings provide a comfortable, friendly atmosphere with a diverse community of people, and size and type of firm.
More about the history.