The culturally diverse area has been a popular entertainment hub since the 18th century, with the opening of the first Royal Opera House.
It now supports a host of street performers as well as the latest in modern theatre.
The area is far more versatile than just retail and entertainment though, attracting both financial and creative firms.
Defence companies and the MOD also have a presence in Covent Garden, and the location is particularly popular with American businesses, including King, makers of Candy Crush who took over Facebook’s Covent Garden offices in 2014.
Covent Garden is a historic area with deep ties in retail, entertainment and business.
Supplying 40% of London restaurants’ and retail markets’ produce, it is a key point of distribution for the city.
With millions of visitors every year, Covent Garden is the ideal district to set up shop, whether you are a big name in retail or a small boutique.
The growth of office space in the area in the coming years also means that Covent Garden is set to become an even more popular hub for business than ever before.
For more information on the current state of the UK serviced office market check out our UK Flexible Workspace Review 2016.