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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 Londonís King William Street offers a versatile business solution to a range of corporate needs. The...

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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, 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 faÁade with ample sash windows hides the extensive refurbishment the interior has undergone to bring this office space on Londonís 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 Londonís Lothbury ...

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Cornhill, Bank, EC3V

Our ref: # 859

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

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Gresham Street, Bank, EC2R

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Also known as Guildhall House, due to it's proximity to the City's famous Guildhall, Gresham Street is situated in a prominent position in London's banking heartland. The building has recent...

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Throgmorton Street, Bank, EC2N

Our ref: # 11095

Behind the stone Regency frontage of this office space on Londonís Throgmorton Street, the interior has been lovingly refurbished to incorporate a 21st century office space with traditional ...

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Area Guide City of London

Technically a city in its own right, this central London area is home to many financial institutions including the Bank of England. The area has long been associated with trading and financial service industries, as well as international businesses of all kinds. Insurance companies, for example, collect around the eastern side while the likes of Coutts and Ion Trading fill the Gherkin.

Modern, glass-plated buildings are mixed with those belonging to age-old institutions such as Mansion House, which is the residence of the Lord Mayor. During the week, the City of London is one of the busiest places in the country yet by Saturday the streets are almost deserted giving it a slightly surreal quality.


Setting up your business here

This booming part of the city is well set up for businesses, from its many high-end restaurants and coffee shops to its multiple travel links. Granted, it may be too well set up, attracting vast numbers of people who fill the pavements and tubes each weekday. In turn, lunch and travel prices will generally be higher than most other places, though with some extra research cheaper options can be sought out.


Culture and Entertainment

Lovers of architecture can marvel in buildings such as St Paulís Cathedral and other Wren churches, including St Michael on Cornhill. If you have some spare time, make sure to pass by Leadenhall Market too. This glass and iron structure is a stunning example of Victorian workmanship.

Tower of London is worthy of at least an afternoon. Located next to Tower Hill Station, the castle has a wealth of attractions including the Tower Ravens, Beefeater tours, and, of course; the Crown Jewels. Residents of Tower Hamlets can access the ToL for just £1. For some more contemporary culture, head towards Barbican Centre. Regular art exhibitions are complemented with global cinema, theatre productions and classical music.


Eating out

Countless options await those seeking a business lunch venue Ė the main challenge will be deciding where and making sure to book a table. Hawksmoor Guildhall is an upscale steakhouse based less than five minutesí walk from Bank. Carnivores delight in meals ranging from fillet steak to a seven-course tasting menu.

An even fancier option is Duck and Waffle which lords it up on the 40th floor of a skyscraper by Liverpool Street. Expect views of the Gherkin, a decadent menu and a price tag to match.

Want to stay casual? Leadenhall Market is a picturesque covered market dotted with cafes and food stalls. Or you could head to Cheapside around Bank for a place like Pho which serves healthy Vietnamese fayre.


Office Space in Fleet St, Fleet Street, EC4A

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Transport links

  • Underground Stations: Liverpool Street, Bank, St Paulís, Monument
  • Tube lines: District, Circle, Central, Hammersmith and Central, Northern, Metropolitan
  • Mainline stations: Liverpool Street, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Moorgate, Fenchurch Street, Cannon Street
  • Nearest airports: London City (27 mins), Gatwick (52 mins)
  • Nearest motorways: M1, M11
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