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Wood Street, Bank, EC2V

Our ref: # 6677

An architecturally impressive contemporary business centre designed by the lauded Sir Richard Rogers has an an industrial chic, with ample full length window space that looks out over breath...

From £1079

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St Martins Le Grand, St Paul's, EC1A

Our ref: # 856

An imposing and perfectly symmetrical Grade II listed exterior that has been comprehensively refurbished inside to incorporate the best of 21st century technology and functionality without l...

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Area Information

Wood Street is located in the City of London, in the wards of Bassishaw and Cheap. Its claim to fame comes from the fact that the headquarters of the City of London Police are situated here. The area has also been known for the historic Church of St. Alban that existed here. Even though a small tower is the only present reminder of the church today, the street continues to be associated with it. A famous London attraction the Museum of London is located here. People from all over the country as well as international tourists come to the museum to experience the fascinating history of this magnificent city.

Business Information

The types of businesses that rent offices in Wood Street are varied and diverse. A number of stockbrokers can be found on this street, as well as numerous other businesses such as estate agents, financial services firms, computer development companies and employment consultants. In addition to this you will find several retail spaces including cafes, restaurants, fashion houses, accessory stores and shops that sell all kinds of novelty items.

Entertainment And Dining Out

The Barbican Centre provides endless hours of cultural events in this part of the city. If you really enjoy classical music, drama shows, or performances by international artists, these venues are a must-visit during any trip to London. When hunger pangs strike, you will be happy to know that you have a great choice of eateries in the area. Manicomia serves finger-licking Italian food while London Wall serves up great British fare.

Transport Information

St. Paul’s and Moorgate are the two stations on the underground network that service the area, providing access to other parts of the city. Moorgate and Cannon Street railway stations provide connectivity to mainline railway services. Several bus routes also serve the area, taking commuters to hundreds of destinations across London.

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