Glasshouse Street, in Soho, London, draws its name from the 17th-century glass factories once prevalent here. The closest Underground station is Piccadilly Circus, served by the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. Numerous buses also stop at Piccadilly Circus, such as the 14, 19, or 38. This primarily commercial street, stretching from Regent Street to Sherwood Street, hosts a mix of global brands, independent shops, and cafes, including the famed Londoner Hotel. While predominantly commercial, some residential flats are interspersed above the businesses, reflecting Soho’s distinctive live-work character.