Mortimer Street runs from the junction of Cavendish Place and Regents Street in the West across to Goodge Street in the East. The area of Fitzrovia has a rich and diverse past, traditionally it was a bohemian, creative area, from authors including Robert Louis Stevenson and Virginia Woolf, to musicians such as Boy George and members of the band Coldplay, Fitzrovia has always been a magnet for many of the eccentrics and creatives in society. ? With its fantastic transport links from Oxford Circus and Goode Street underground stations, at Fitzrovia House, No.16 Mortimer Street we have combined unique charm and stylish décor, the perfect example of mixing a traditional working office with a more modern approach. Our stylish, creative open plan reception and lounge is the hub of Fitzrovia House, an area that inspires socialising and collaboration. This is met with six floors of workspace filled with like-minded professionals, with just over 9,000 square feet of workspace the key element is that although you’re in a shared building, once you’re inside your office, it really is all yours but with the added benefit of the amenities and community feel. We have a dedicated round the clock team on-site offering a warm welcome to your clients, ahead of seeing you. Probably named after the famous Fitzroy Tavern or possibly Charles Fitzroy whose surname means ‘son of the king’, haberdashers and rag traders have made this Central London location their home since the 18th Century. This rich history, and links to the creative and fashion industries mean that Fitzrovia is one of the most dynamic parts of the city.