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Crown Place, Liverpool Street, EC2A

Our ref: # 19899

When you work better, good things happen. You solve problems, you grow faster, you succeed. At central working we never stop looking for ways to make you work better. How Better Happens - It...

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King William Street, Monument, EC4N

Our ref: # 4999

An imposing regency frontage with intricate windows and colonnades, this office space on London’s King William Street offers a versatile business solution to a range of corporate needs. The...

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King William Street, Bank, EC4N

Our ref: # 23321

With stunning views over the Bank of England from its very own private roof terrace, this brand new serviced office development in the heart of the City is designed to impress. Balancing his...

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King William Street, Bank, EC4N

Our ref: # 18403

Serviced offices in Bank occupy the third floor of this popular business centre in London. The building is situated in the heart of the city, close to a range of major transport links and am...

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Royal Exchange, Bank, EC3V

Our ref: # 17852

This impressive Grade I listed business centre has modern office spaces in London, in a prestigious and popular location. The building is an iconic landmark which is guaranteed to provide an...

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Lombard Street, Bank, EC3V

Our ref: # 757

A red brick Georgian façade with ample sash windows hides the extensive refurbishment the interior has undergone to bring this office space on London’s famous Lombard Street in line with the...

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Lombard Street, Bank, EC3V

Our ref: # 3606

This serviced office business centre has an enviable position overlooking The Bank of England and The Royal Exchange. With its impressive original spiral staircase, this location offers smar...

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Lothbury, Moorgate, EC2R

Our ref: # 6557

A palatial Regency frontage with ornate stonework opens in to a cavernous reception hall lined with white colonnades and polished chequerboard marble, this office space in London’s Lothbury ...

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Cornhill, Bank, EC3V

Our ref: # 859

An architectural Regency masterpiece overlooking The Bank of England, this office space on London’s famous Cornhill enjoys natural light from three sides, as well as a vaulted dome over the ...

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About City of London

The City of London, often simply referred to as ’The City’ or ’The Square Mile’, is a city within London. This is a thriving, bustling, hugely commercial part of London and an important financial hub. Many global banking, legal and insurance institutions have their headquarters in the City. Before the 1990s, the City consisted of nearly all offices, but through the encouragement of residential use, hotels and department stores began to open, turning the City into a tourist location, with many sights and attractions. The City of London has relatively few intact notable historic structures, due to fires and bombings during World War II, but perhaps the most well-known sites and buildings include the Bank of England, the Old Bailey, and in the last few decades, The Gherkin and Heron Tower.

Setting up your business here

The City of London is the ideal location for many types of business, especially financial and insurance institutions. The area is well connected with excellent transport links and there is plenty of opportunity for business networking, whether that be at a client lunch or at a specific event held in one of the City’s famous skyscrapers. The London Stock Exchange has its current premises close to St Paul’s Cathedral, and many major corporations reside in The City, including Lloyds Banking Group, Ernst and Young, Standard Chartered, Allen & Overy, DLA Piper and Hogan Lovells. As a financial and corporate centre, the City of London boasts plenty of executive commercial suites and serviced offices for rent.

A typical office in City of London

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Office Space in Fleet St, Fleet Street, EC4A

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Things to do in City of London

The City of London promises many sites and attractions, including The Gherkin at 30 St Mary Axe in between Bank and Liverpool Street; it has various restaurants and the view over London from the top floor should not be missed. The majority of the City’s skyscrapers are primarily used by the financial sector, but they are worth visiting for the splendour and the architecture; and you can be sure to find many upmarket bars, restaurants and galleries within the vicinity. In terms of dining out, you can find every type of cuisine, from Bonds on Threadneedle Street, serving modern European food, Sweeting’s, a fish and seafood establishment on Queen Victoria Street open for lunch only, to Grand Café, Royal Exchange and Simpson’s Tavern on Cornhill, for good, hearty British food. Some of the must-see attractions include the City of London Police Museum, Guildhall Art Gallery, The Monument to the Great Fire of London, the Bank of England Museum and the Barbican Centre.

Local transportation

  • Tube lines: Northern, Central, Waterloo & City, Docklands Light Railway, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan lines
  • Mainline stations: Bank, Monument, Liverpool Street, Mansion House, Moorgate, St Paul’s, Aldgate, Farringdon
  • Nearest motorways: A1, A10, A3, A4, A40
  • Nearest airports: City, Heathrow, Gatwick
  • Other: More than 10 bus routes to; South, Central, West, East and North London. London Cycle Network

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