Basinghall Street, Central London
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Area Guide Basinghall Street
Basinghall Street is a street in the City of London. Named after the prominent Bassing family, the street is home to the Guildhall Building and the Mayorís and City of London Court. The Bassing family built a mansion here in the 13th century and were granted certain privileges by the King of the time, Henry III. The street is in the ward of Bassishaw, which boasts a rich history and a number of places of interest, including the Guildhall Art Gallery and the Clockmakersí Museum. The headquarters of the City of London Police can also be found nearby, while just a few minutes away is the Bank of England Museum and Mansion House.
Setting up your business here
A host of modern offices to rent in and around Basinghall Street means businesses benefit from this central location and the many amenities on its doorstep. There are a number of official buildings in this area, such as the Bankruptís Court. There are also many smaller businesses in the vicinity, including places to eat, shop and enjoy a drink. Miles Associates, Ark Workplace Risk Ltd, Navigant Consulting Ltd and Smith & Williamson are a few examples of businesses that can be located in the area of Basinghall Street.
Culture and Entertainment
A variety of bars, pubs and nightclubs can be found around Basinghall Street, so thereís plenty to keep the party animal in you satisfied. There are also many attractions in the area, including a great range of galleries and museums.
From sumptuous steaks and irresistible Indian dishes to fabulous French cuisine and superb seafood, thereís something for everyone when it comes to dining out in Basinghall Street. In addition to fine dining experiences, you can also indulge in traditional pub food, bar snacks and upmarket fast food, with dining establishments that cater for a variety of preferences and budgets.
Moorgate and Bank underground stations are within a five minute walk, while Cannon Street Railway station is less than ten minutes away on foot. There are also secure car parking facilities nearby, which are ideal for those who are driving in the city.