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Serviced Office Space St Mary Axe

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London Street, St Mary Axe, EC3R

Our ref: # 17156

Located in the heart of the City of London, this attractive business centre is based on London Street, a four minute walk from St Mary’s Axe, which is also known as the ‘Gherkin’. The distri...

From £386

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St Mary Axe, St Mary Axe, EC3A

Our ref: # 20767

An outstanding modern building on a prominent corner plot set the stage for fine, contemporary interiors with a double height atrium, and stunning offices and meeting rooms, as well as super...

From £566

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Bevis Marks, St Mary Axe, EC3A

Our ref: # 27220

In the heart of City, only a 4 minute walk from Liverpool Street station, this Bevis Marks Centre offers a completely self-contained solution for clients looking to create their own office...

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St Mary Axe, Bishopsgate, EC3A

Our ref: # 5612

Situated in a prestigious location in St. Mary Axe, this business centre offers serviced offices in London in a landmark building. The Gherkin is an important part of the city skyline and ho...

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Area Information

St Mary Axe is a modern street located in the City of London. It gets its name from a famous ancient church dedicated to the Virgin Mary that was situated in the area but was demolished in the 16th century, as well as a popular tavern that had the image of an axe on its facade. An iconic London building – Lloyd’s of London – is situated in the vicinity, as is the second tallest building in the city – The Heron Tower. These and other famous attractions such as the nearby London Bridge account for huge visitor traffic to the area.

Business Information

30 St Mary Axe, also popularly known as The Gherkin, is a much sought after destination for office space in the area. Not only is the building an engineering and architectural marvel thanks to its unusual shape, but has fast become a well-loved monument of the city’s landscape. Businesses that have a presence in the area include property leasing companies, banks, financial institutions, investment brokers, and market research organisations. The Old Truman Brewery is another popular venue in the area, housing more than 200 businesses related to the hospitality and creative industries.

Entertainment And Dining Out

The Bishopsgate Institute offers a fun-filled evening of leisure for lovers of classical music. In addition to being mesmerised by the soulful performances, you will also be amazed at the architecture and design of the building. The Brickhouse art centre is another fantastic entertainment venue in the area. St Mary Axe offers several options for dining out. You can head to the Caravaggio for some superlative Italian cuisine that will have you asking for more.

Transport Information

Liverpool Street Station is the closest on the underground network, providing access to the Metropolitan, Central, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. A short walk brings you to Aldgate or Moorgate tube stations, both of which serve the area well. Mainline railway services can be accessed from Fenchurch Street and Liverpool Street stations. Numerous road and bus routes can also be used to reach other parts of the city and onward to any of London’s airports. CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)