29 May 2019/ Area guides

Commercial property area guide: Belgravia - London

Commercial properties to rent in Belgravia

Few places in London conjure up the image of wealth, elegance and style as much as Belgravia. The name itself has long been synonymous with rows of majestic Victorian and Edwardian townhouse, that have been the homes of some of London’s biggest foreign embassies, and an astounding list of wealthy and eminent residents past and present.

Unsurprisingly the Belgravia of today counts some truly exclusive restaurants, hotels, bars and members-only clubs, as well as some of West London’s chicest shopping, and an array of professional services for the wealthy, from banking to architecture to luxury travel agencies. Despite this exclusive nature, Belgravia is well-connected, with Victoria Station close by and the Piccadilly Line running through Knightsbridge and nearby Sloane Square.

Fact check

  • Total buildings in area: 911
  • Largest unit available: 58,342 sq ft
  • Total available: 104
  • Average rent: £68 PSF



Knightsbridge (Piccadilly)
Victoria (Victoria, District, Circle)
Sloane Square (Circle, District)

Victoria Railway Station

Gatwick Airport (45 minutes via Victoria Station)
City Airport (55 minutes from Sloane Square via Bank DLR)
Heathrow Airport (1 hour, Piccadilly Line via Knightsbridge)

Offices to rent in Belgravia


Retail units to rent in Belgravia


Top places to grab a bite to eat


Perfect meeting places

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  • 25 Gyms in the area
  • 4  Post offices in Barbican
  • Over 20 Banks including Barclays, HSBC and Lloyds
  • Home to Belgrave Square

Retail properties to let in Belgravia 

Agents operating in the area


Instant Offices

Colliers International


Montagu Evans

Knight Frank

Mellersh & Harding


Iconic buildings on Realla


Grosvenor Gardens

Blandel Bridge House

157-197 Buckingham Palace Road

15 Sloane Square

192 Sloane Street


Big offices and coworking space in area:


Nearby offices:

60 Buckingham Palace Road

192 Sloane Street

11 Sir Simon Milton Square


Nearby Coworking:

21 Knightsbridge

11 Buckingham Palace Road

Central Working Victoria


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  • Belgravia lies on land once known as Five Fields, which was once one of London’s most dangerous, lawless areas patrolled by bandits and highway robbers
  • Belgravia got an unofficial royal blessing in 1840 when Queen Victoria rented a flat at 36 Belgrave Square for her mother, while Kensington Palace underwent refurbishment
  • The area was the setting for one of Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous Sherlock Holmes mysteries: A Scandal in Bohemia

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