Already based in London, CCgroup is relocating from its current offices on North Gower Street in Euston. The company has been involved in the Mobile & Telecoms industry since its founder helped launch Vodafone in 1985 and has since gone on to represent major retail & banking technology brands, building an expertise in the FinTech and Business Technology sectors as well as launching a CleanTech division in 2012.
207 Kings Cross Road is designed by architects Stiff & Trevillion Architects and the let to CCgroup means that just one unit remains, the first floor space of 2,654ft2 available at an annual rent of £65per ft2.
The development is a stylish refurbishment of an existing building set right in the beating heart of the newly regenerated King’s Cross district, an ever evolving hub thriving with creative businesses, galleries, performance venues and public squares. The location at the junction of King’s Cross Road and Pentonville Road is surrounded by coffee shops, restaurants and bars that enhance the working environment, with the vibrant Pancras Square, Granary Square and Kings Place all just a short walk away providing a gamut of cultural and culinary fulfilment along the Regent’s Canal.
Outside, the building’s newly refurbished exterior features painted black brickwork, new double glazed windows and a limestone finish at ground floor level, while facilities for tenants include showers, bicycle storage, passenger lift, entryphone system, 24/7 security and a new reception with polished concrete floor and timber walls.
Carefully chosen office specifications include air conditioning throughout, timber floors, suspended lighting and that all-important factor of plentiful natural light form large banks of windows stretching the full length of the street-facing walls.
Other confirmed tenants at 207 Kings Cross Road include independent management consultancy The Foundation and online performance marketing company Uber Interactive.
Transport links are excellent. There are buses almost everywhere and King’s Cross St Pancras is the biggest interchange on the London Underground network with six tube lines: Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Victoria and Piccadilly. Within walking distance are three major London rail termini – St Pancras International, Kings Cross and Euston – that, between them, provide direct connections to pretty much everywhere north of London along with mainland Europe.