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Located in the heart of the City's insurance and financial districts, the office space for rent at 34 Lime Street, London EC3M is just a short walking distance away from Bank train and underground station (Central, Northern, Waterloo and City and DLR lines), Monument tube station (Circle and District lines) and Fenchurch Street station. The Leadenhall Building, Lloyds Building, 20 Fenchurch Street, Leadenhall Market and other City landmarks... More info
Outstanding executive office suites furnished to a very high specification and featuring an excellent mix of business support services and facilities. These fully serviced, luxury office spaces in EC3 are available on flexible terms.
The period-style building at 148 Leadenhall Street EC3V is directly opposite the historic Leadenhall Market and the world-famous Lloyd's of London in the City's insurance district. Public transport... More info
London office building on Gracechurch Street offering spacious lounge areas perfect for office breaks. Also available to tenants are designated conference and meeting rooms and services and facilities to help create the perfect virtual office for you and your staff. This professional business centre offers the full range of support services including administration and secretarial support staff to assist you and a highly efficient telephone... More info
High specification offices to rent are found across 7 upper floors and a mezzanine and ground floor at Bankside House, 107 Leadenhall Street, London EC3A. There are also three retail units at the property, which has been extensively refurbished to provide everything you expect to see in a modern office building.
A full-service business centre occupies two floors of the property and provides furnished offices. Along with... More info
An extensive refurbishment of 15 Bishopsgate that was completed in 2017 expanded the property's public realm and enhanced 57,000 sq ft of commercial space. This modern coworking space occupies all seven floors of 15 Bishopsgate, offering a new environment for businesses to innovate and collaborate. The space includes fabulous outdoor terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows, creating a welcoming and bright workspace right in the heart of the... More info
This beautifully restored Grade II listed building provides fully serviced office space to rent at Holland House on Bury Street, in the heart of the City of London. Each suite can cater for up to 50 people. Tenants at this EC3 office space benefit from boardrooms, a manned reception, 24 hour access, air conditioning, fantastic communications facilities and on site IT support.
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WeWork's brand new coworking space at 51 Eastcheap London EC3M is a 3 minute walk from Monument station. The flexible workspace has floor to ceiling windows and a rooftop terrace. Spread across 10 floors, the options include hot desks, dedicated desk space and private offices for between 1 to 50 workstations.
In addition to the standard amenities this coworking hub also provides micro roasted coffee and fruit water, phone booths,... More info
The building at 54 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M underwent a recent refurbishment to provide Grade A office office space in London's insurance district. Spacious office spaces are spread across seven upper floors, while a ground floor reception area has been remodelled to create a striking entrance for the property. There is also a professional business lounge / coworking space with hot desks and private phone booths.
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Birchin Court, 20 Birchin Lane is a wonderfully appealing period building that 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... More info
Known as the Gherkin, the 41-storey tower is 591 feet or 180 metres tall and is one of the most recognised buildings along London's skyline. This landmark building is home to a variety of prestigious, fully serviced offices and shared workspaces on the 28th and 29th floors.
With a private first class restaurant and lounge, exclusively for tenants use, light and airy furnished offices and fantastic views of the City, this Business... More info
Business in Lloyds of London
Lloyd's of London has been in operation since 1688. For more than 300 years, it has served as an insurance market in London's main financial district. It has been a governing body since 1871 rather than an insurance company. The Lloyd's Building serves as the headquarters for the institution at the heart of the City's financial district. An example of Bowellism architecture, the building features services on the exterior including ducts and lifts. This helps to maximise space inside the office building.
Completed in 1986, it achieved a Grade I listing in 2011 due to its recognisable and modern architecture. It was built on the site of the East India Company's headquarters, which dominated the area during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. There are also a number of insurance firms and brokers with offices in the area, especially along Leadenhall Street. International law firms and financial institutions are also found in the vicinity of the Lloyd's Building. Also close to Lloyd's is Leadenhall Market, a covered market on Gracechurch Street. One of London's oldest markets, it dates back to the fourteenth century and sells primarily fresh food.
Office Buildings in Lloyds of London
Major office developments close to the Lloyd's Building include the Leadenhall Building at 122 Leadenhall Street. The 48-storey office tower has a height of 737 feet or 225 metres. Completed in 2014, the landmark building was designed by Rogers Stirk Habour + Partners and is known as 'The Cheesgrater' because of its wedge shape. At Leadenhall Street and Undershaft is St. Helen's, a skyscraper completed in 1969. The 23-floor building is 387 feet or 118 metres tall. There are plans to add to the street's cluster of skyscrapers, including a 38-storey tower at 52-54 Lime Street and a 34-storey building at 40 Leadenhall Street.
The Willis Building on Lime Street was designed by Norman Foster and is opposite the Lloyd's Building. It is 410 feet or 125 metres tall. The 25-storey tower resembles a crustacean's shell with setbacks of various heights. In total, the building has 475,000 square feet of office floor space. Completed in 2008, it is one of the tallest buildings in the City.
About Lloyds of London
The Lloyd's Building in London's financial epicentre is the base for insurance firm Lloyd's of London. The Grade I listed building is sometimes known as the Inside-Out Building thanks to its unique and recognisable design with staircases, lifts, water pipes and other services visible from the exterior. Consisting of three towers, the building complex is located on Lime Street within the City of London at the former site of East India House. East India House served as the headquarters of the historic East India Company, which governed much of British India until 1858. The original East India House was built in 1648 and was completely rebuilt between 1726 and 1729. The neoclassical building was eventually demolished in 1861 with the decline of the company.
In 1928, the first Lloyd's Building was constructed at 12 Leadenhall Street before the new headquarters were built across the road at 51 Lime Street at the current site of the Willis Building. With the continued growth of Lloyd's, the first Lloyd's building was replaced with the current complex. Opened in 1986, the original entrance at 12 Leadenhall remained part of the redevelopment of the site. The Lloyd's Building is now surrounded by other skyscrapers that form part of the City's skyline.