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This simply breathtaking Grade I listed period property has been transformed into a contemporary, stylish business centre boasting an extensive management package inclusive of warm and welcoming reception staff, highly capable administration assistance and exclusive IT support to make the running of your business even smoother.
The unbranded workplaces come completely furnished and outfitted to an extremely high standard, with... More info
Steeped in history, with a classic domed roof, period features and impeccable interior design this Grade II listed building has been thoughtfully refurbished to offer state of the art office space and business services alongside incredible City views.
A range of office space is offered including both furnished and unfurnished bright and airy private office space, hot desking and virtual office packages.
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This attractive fully serviced business centre provides the perfect opportunity for companies, offering all inclusive high level business support, admin and IT services. This classically styled building was built in 1910, and has been restored to now combine both bygone charm and elegance with state of the art technology. More info
This gorgeous building houses premium managed office suites on flexible lease terms from 3 months to 3 years, with open plan or individual workshop units available. The commercial premises are well equipped to match European standards and features modern design details and furnishings, advanced quality telecoms and manned reception. Other facilities include meeting and board rooms, storage units and kitchen facilities. More info
These prestigious serviced offices, coworking and shared office spaces benefit from tasteful decoration, 24 hour access, on site parking, board rooms, lounge areas and state of the art technology. More info
One King William Street is an exciting development with approximately 32,965 of high-quality office accommodation. Overlooking Bank in the heart of the City, this newly refurbished property is ideal for businesses and other organisations looking for a base with easy access to global financial services.
Gorgeously incorporating heritage features with modern amenities, this exceptional property boasts a striking double... More info
This 15000 square foot office building provides fully furnished private and shared office space complete with business support services and facilities including meeting and conference rooms, reception services, security and kitchen facilities. The office space is let on an all inclusive basis. More info
The Grade II listed building known as 41 Lothbury is one of the Square Mile's collection of historic buildings. Formerly the headquarters of a bank, the building has been redeveloped to offer modern office space. While fully refurbished the building retains its Regency frontage of ornate stonework and Portland stone façades.
This incredible property provides a professional workplace environment, sure to impress clients and... More info
This wonderfully appealing period building houses a collection of ultra stylish, contemporary serviced office suites, providing companies with an exceptional setting in which to conduct their business. Accommodation is offered completely outfitted, with furnished suites boasting modern decor, while at the same time the unbranded areas support increased versatility with regards to how you choose to showcase your company.... More info
Providing modern office space and hot desks furnished to an excellent standard and benefiting from lounge areas, meeting rooms, communications and IT systems, admin support, 24 hour access and more. More info
Business in Bank
Bank sits at the heart of the City of London's financial district. The City remains a major business hub and the capital's primary financial and legal services centre. Hundreds of thousands of people commute into the City to work and conduct business each day. Some of the world's largest companies operate headquarters in the area, including Aviva, Lloyds Banking Group, Old Mutual, Prudential, Standard Chartered, and Unilever. The City is also a major centre for legal services with head offices for some of the world's largest law firms.
Bank provides an attractive location for doing business in London's financial and legal services sectors close to the Bank of England. The Royal Exchange is also located at the Bank junction, the meeting place for nine streets in the historic centre of London. A centre for commerce when the current building opened in 1844, the Royal Exchange has been remodelled into boutiques and restaurants. Businesses in the area include investment banks, professional services, recruitment firms, IT businesses, and retailers. A selection of restaurants, cafes and bars are also within walking distance, providing options for meeting with clients or for workers to unwind.
Office Buildings in Bank
South of Bank station on the London Underground network is Cannon Street. Once the home of candle-makers, the street is now at the heart of London's financial district. Overlooking St. Paul's Cathedral is 60 Cannon Street. The office building is situated close to the area's financial, commercial and banking firms. Along with offices from one to 12 or more desks, the site provides amenities that include reception services and meeting spaces. North of Bank station is Austin Friars, another hub for offices in the area. Services offices are available for small and larger companies at 23 Austin Friars and 27 Austin Friars. Both office buildings sit conveniently between Liverpool Street station and the Bank of England. The refurbished buildings include private meeting spaces and contemporary offices.
Bank sits in the heart of the City of London's financial district. The area is served by the interlinking Bank and Monument stations of the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway (DLR). Named after the Bank of England, Bank station opened in 1900 and is the closest tube station to the UK's central bank. The adjacent Monument station is named after the Monument of the Great Fire of London and opened its doors in 1884. The pair of stations are served by the Central, Circle, District, Northern and Waterlook and City lines in addition to the DLR. This makes it one of the busiest points of the London Underground. Bank is located on King William Street, the financial centre of London.
The historic street was built between 1829 and 1835 and is named after King William IV. Just north of the street is Bank junction, a major confluence of several streets. Threadneedle Street, Cornhill, Lombard Street, mansion House Place, Walbrook, Queen Victoria Street, Poultry, Mansion House Street and Prince's Street all emanate from the junction. As a result, Bank is linked to several of the City's districts including Bishopsgate to the northeast, Blackfriars in the southwest, Cheapside to the west, and Moorgate in the northwest. Along with the Bank of England, the Bank junction is also the site of the Royal Exchange. Founded in 1565, the Royal Exchange is the City's commercial centre and its steps are often used to announce Royal Proclamations.