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The City of London’s chic, stream-lined Tower 42 building, designed by Richard Seifert, is one of London’s tallest and most prestigious business centres, and also home to world renowned British Chef Gary Rhodes.

Business Centre

Tower 42 comprises of beautiful Grade A serviced offices, meeting/ conference rooms equipped with video conferencing and a state-of-the-art gym. The large floor to ceiling windows provide all spaces with plenty of natural light as well as spectacular views of the London skyline, and car parking spaces are provided for both visitors and those who work here.

Location

Conveniently located on Old Broad Street, only 5 minutes away from Liverpool Street underground and overground stations with direct access onto the Central, Metropolitan, Circle, and Hammersmith & City lines. Situated 100 yards away from the Bank of England and nearby to a great selection of shops, bars, restaurants and other local attractions to enjoy and explore.

 

Events at Tower 42

On 22 June 2011, Gary Rhodes will be hosting a black tie 5 course dinner at his iconic Michelin-star restaurant inside Tower 42. The event will be to raise money for the charity Help for Heroes, which provides direct, practical support for men and women of the Armed Forces who have been wounded in the service of the UK since 9/11. For more information or to book a place, click here.

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