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Beaufort House is an impressive landmark property housing a selection of serviced office and shared workspace solutions to suit your individual business needs. The building's upper floors offer views of Canary Wharf and Tower Bridge.
A dedicated reception team is on hand to welcome clients and visitors to the building and the offices come fully furnished to a very high standard, providing everything your business needs to move... More info
This seven-storey Dukes Place property has high-quality office accommodation over six floors, including full floors for larger occupiers who need up to 100 desks. Serviced offices and shared coworking space are available with access to modern facilities including phone booths and bike storage. Each office space boasts luxurious furnishings and fixtures, delivering a professional and contemporary work environment.
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This beautifully refurbished building has been decorated to an exceptional standard, providing a fantastic work environment sure to impress. Tastefully furnished office suites include desks, chairs, conference tables, shelves, tables, lamps, seating and everything else you would expect in a modern workplace.
Freelance friendly, shared coworking space is available within this business complex, providing a multitude of networking... More info
This design led, creative workspace has been refurbished to an exceptional standard, providing business with a fantastic environment. A coworking café is available, offering a relaxed communal space, while individual executive office suites provide a more private option.
Business support services are available such as a dedicated reception team, admin support staff and onsite IT personnel. Further facilities include an... More info
This business centre at One Aldgate in London City is available fully equipped, with office suites, conference rooms, lounge and break out areas all furnished to an exceptional standard with everything your business requires. Communal, shared coworking space allows your business to share office infrastructure and provides a social, buzzing office environment. Business support services are available such as a dedicated reception team and... More info
Grade A office space is available for rent including fully serviced offices and meeting rooms. This business centre is available fully equipped, with office suites furnished to an impressive standard with everything you could possibly need, while the unbranded space allows greater flexibility on how your business presents itself to clients.
Communal, shared coworking space allows your company to share office infrastructure and... More info
The facilities available at this professional office building include hot desking to allow employees to share workspaces, saving on space and resources, as well as fully equipped lounge areas suitable for office breaks and shared office space. Amenities for this office space are comprehensive, including: climate control services to help create a comfortable environment for working, passenger lifts that make access to the higher floors... More info
Located at 150 Minories this outstanding contemporary business centre covers eight floors, every suite in this business centre provides modern office space, available on an inclusive package. Shared workspace and coworking spaces are also available, ideal for individuals, start ups, short term project and team work. Companies that require a Central London business address but do not necessarily need the workspace can take advantage of the... More info
The Sandwich at 10 Clothier Street is a converted five-storey townhouse that has been transformed into a contemporary coworking environment designed with a colourful palette and benefiting from lots of natural light. Three floors offer spacious office spaces for 12 to 14 workstations.
The workspaces are fully furnished with ergonomic seats and large desks. They are also connected to the latest IT and telecommunications systems,... More info
Previously known as Lockton House, the fully redeveloped 6 Bevis Marks was designed by Fletcher Priest and provides office accommodation across 16 floors. Serviced and shared offices are available on the first and twelfth floors, totalling 8,339 square feet of premium business accommodation and coworking space.
Offices with low level branding are fitted with the latest technology, including high-speed wired and wireless... More info
Business in Aldgate
Aldgate sits within London's financial district and the historic centre of the capital. Many of the area's businesses are in the insurance industry, including brokers and underwriters. There are also architects, media firms, professional business service providers, and other businesses based in the Aldgate area. Along with Aldgate and Aldgate East tube stations, the area is within a few minutes' walk of Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street stations. This provides workers in the area with convenient links to destinations across London and beyond. Service to Gatwick Airport is also available from Liverpool Street station.
Office Buildings in Aldgate
Aldgate is close to several of the City's largest office developments, including 30 St Mary Axe. Known as the Gherkin, 30 St Mary Axe is one of the most recognisable buildings in London. The sleek tower is 41 storeys high and has 46,400 square metres or nearly 500,000 square feet of office accommodation. A club room provides stunning panoramic views of London. The skyscraper is 591 feet or 180 metres high and opened in 2004. The Gherkin is just one of the eye-catching developments in the Aldgate area. Just north of Aldgate is the St Botolph Building at 138 Houndsditch. Opened in 2011, the commercial office development is home to several insurance brokers thanks to its proximity to Lloyd's of London. The landmark building has blue glass spandrels and a central steel atrium. It boasts almost 530,000 square feet of office floor space. Tenants include the law firm Clyde & Co and insurance brokers Jardine Lloyd Thompson and Locktons.
Also nearby is the Willis Building, a 410-foot (125-metre) tall building with 26 storeys that features a stepped design that resembles a crustacean's shell. Serviced offices are located at One Aldgate. Close to a number of restaurants and bars, the offices are ideal for businesses with four or more employees. Shared facilities include meeting rooms, IT and telephone services, and an in-house management team. Aldgate House at 33 Aldgate High Street was built in 1976 and renovated in 2008. Occupants of the eight-floor building include Thomson Reuters and Gensler. Completed in 2014, the Aldgate Tower is an 18-storey building with 20,000 square foot of office space. Located at 2 Leman Street across from Aldgate East tube station, it features cladding designed with two gently curved and folded planes. WeWork operates co-working spaces in the tower as well as one of the area's largest event spaces. Other tenants in the 460,000 square foot building include marketing agencies and computer software companies. Next door is The White Chapel Building, and eight-storey office block with 270,000 square feet of offices.
Aldgate stretched from White Kennet Street southward to Crutched Fairs. It includes Leadenhall Street and Fenchurch Streets, two of the City of London's main thoroughfares. Aldgate served as the eastern gateway into the capital through the London Wall. The gate connected the City with Whitechapel and the East End. Originally built by the Romans, the gate was rebuilt between 1108 and 1147 and again in 1215 and 1609. It was removed in 1761, although it was relocated for a time to Bethnal Green.
Today, Aldgate is a major centre for London's insurance industry and is the home of brokers and underwriters. As part of the City's financial district, Aldgate also hosts some of London's tallest buildings. These include the iconic 30 St Mary Axe (also known as The Gherkin) and the Norman Foster-designed Willis Building. Other notable buildings in the area include the London Metal Exchange and the Lloyd's Register building on Fenchurch Street. Aldgate is also the home of the Bevis Marks Synagogue, which opened in 1699 and is the UK's oldest synagogue.