Located north of Covent Gardens and known for its beautiful formal squares and gardens, Bloomsbury has an intellectual flavor about it, with many writers, doctors, and educators making their homes here. It is also home to the British Museum.
Located just north of the River Thames, Chelsea is slowly becoming a haven for artists as well as being home to London's military housing. Not quite as well-to-do as other areas of London, but one could do worse.
The historic core of London, The City is an undesirable area in which to live (according to the Ton at least), but it is also where many famous landmarks such as the Tower of London and St. Paul's Cathedral are located, as well as being the primary financial and commercial district.
While Mayfair might be the place to live and shop, St James is not short on prestige and home to some of the swankiest evening entertainment in London, including Almack's, St. James' Park, St. James' Palace, Carlton House, and the infamous Haymarket.
Use this as your first stop for new characters. Looking for a new pal or to establish some existing ones? Post here! Be sure to look at the resources in Character Development for ideas as to who would know whom, be it from Seasons past, university, or home counties!