No one can possibly say that WC1 isn't accessible as it has the great railway termini of Euston, King's Cross and St. Pancras. To the east, in Clerkenwell, is the commuters' station of Farringdon (Thameslink)
The WC1 postcode district is approximately bordered by Amwell Street, Rosebery Avenue and Gray's Inn Road to the east; New Oxford Street and High Holborn to the south, which is the boundary with WC2; Tottenham Court Road to the west, Euston Road and Pentonville Road to the north, roughly corresponding to the modern district of Bloomsbury, with parts of Holborn, King's Cross and St Pancras.
It includes Russell Square, Tavistock Square and Coram's Fields and is mostly within the London Borough of Camden, although a small part towards the east is also within the Borough of Islington. It incorporates the British Museum and buildings owned by the federal University of London and its constituent colleges and institutes.
Business thrives in WC1, and should you wish to transfer your traditional office to this particular London sector you will find that there is a perfect infrastructure just waiting for you to fit in and find your niche.
There are business opportunities in this region and all you have to do is to reach out and grasp the nettle before someone else does. In fact, there are many companies already set up and who offer professional help in meeting all your business requirements and who have serviced office space for rental at affordable levels.
Your business could flourish here just like the others, and a WC1 postcode would without a doubt add a certain "je ne sais quoi" to the company stationary.