About Liverpool Street
From the 19th Century until today, Liverpool Street and the area surrounding it has experienced rapid growth and ever-increasing popularity. Much of this can be put down to the completion of Liverpool Street Station, one of the busiest commuter stations in the City and a major transport hub. Interestingly, the station was built on the site of the original Bethlem Royal Hospital, a hospital for the mentally ill which was colloquially known as Bedlam. The area is part of the major financial district of London, and sights include the world-famous business landmarks The Gherkin, and the striking Heron Tower.
Setting up your business here
Liverpool Street is home to some of the major players in the finance industry, and banking and financial institutions make up a great deal of the business done in this area. Natwest and Barclays Bank are two of the more famous banks based in Liverpool Street, and Regus Business Centres also have their home here. Because the area is such a major transport hub, many business venues and meeting spaces are located here, and there are bars and restaurants offering ample space for informal meetings and interviews throughout the area.
A typical office in Liverpool Street
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Liverpool Street
One of the most inclusive locations in Liverpool Street for entertainment, dining and drinking is the Andaz, a five-star boutique hotel which features a Masonic temple on site, which is available for events, as well as a seafood restaurant, a Japanese restaurant, a wine bar and a brasserie among others. The Old Truman Brewery is also located here, a classic landmark, encompassing businesses, exhibitions and a stylish bar. For post-work drinks there are plenty of options in Liverpool Street and nearby. 93 Feet East is a trendy Shoreditch bar which offers outside seating and live music throughout the week, or The Ten Bells pub has a rich history and a cosy vibe, and is rumoured to be haunted. For dining options, Heron Tower has a wide range of popular restaurants, including the much-reviewed Duck and Waffle, and SushiSamba, which is an exciting mix of Brazilian, Japanese and Peruvian food and culture.
- Tube lines: Central, Circle, District, Metropolitan, Northern, Waterloo & City and Hammersmith & City lines
- Mainline stations: Liverpool Street, Moorgate, Bank, Monument
- Nearest motorways: M25
- Nearest airports: City, Heathrow, Gatwick
- Other: More than 15 different bus routes; to East, West, North, South, Central London