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A collection of office suites are available at this stylish Georgian period property in this fantastic south Central London location just steps from The Shard and London Bridge Station. Stylishly furnished work space includes desks, chairs, seminar tables, tables, lighting, seating and everything else you would anticipate in a contemporary workplace, while chic conference facilities provide a stimulating venue for those all important... More info
This highly contemporary building offers a range of office space options including fully furnished suites, desk rental, coworking space and virtual office services. Tenants can enjoy hot desking, rooms designated for meetings and conferencing, and virtual office space options to help keep costs down.
Several amenities are included as standard, such as: individual climate control to ensure the internal office environment is the... More info
Offering a boutique collection of elite serviced office accommodation within The Shard, available on the 24th and 25th floors with incredible, panoramic views over London, and chic decor that will take your breath away. Offices come fully furnished to an impeccable standard, with everything one might expect in a modern workplace, including state of the art IT and communications infrastructure as standard.
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Smart offices furnished to a high standard, with dedicated reception staff, lounge and meeting rooms, IT and communications systems, 24 hour access and passenger lifts. More info
Housed in a Grade II Victorian-era wharf warehouse, this converted property provides premier office accommodation for your company. Flexible and furnished office spaces can be tailored to your needs and the size of your workforce.
From arched windows to the original brick façade, everywhere you look there are charming features that add to the character of the building. There stylish interior of the building has been... More info
Offices are available from 100 square feet to 1,600 square feet and can be configured in layouts that reflect your individual requirements. Offices are designed for one to ten people with workstations spread over four to six desks.
The property benefits from a quiet location just off Borough High Street. Forming part of the A3 road, Borough High Street also provides road access to the M25 and other destinations south of Central... More info
Alpha House at 100 Borough High Street houses contemporary serviced offices moments from excellent transport links. Offices are arranged over six floors and benefit from access to spacious meeting rooms and a business lounge. Suites range from 100 square feet to 1,250 square feet, ideal for small- and medium-sized businesses looking for a prime location in SE1.
The property gives businesses easy access to the City's financial... More info
This contemporary, mulit-level glass fronted building houses a variety of office suites boasting fantastic view over the Thames, divided over six floors. A total of 60,000 square feet of office space is currently available for immediate occupation.
Tenants will have access to qualified support staff that offer clerical assistance, and a dedicated reception service to ensure the smooth running of your business. On site dining... More info
These serviced offices on the north bank of the Thames boast ergonomic chairs and desks that help contribute to a comfortable and productive work environment. Furnished and unbranded offices feature the latest technology, including a dedicated leased line for high-speed broadband internet and programmable telephones.
Each space is ready to move in so you can start working soon after viewing your new office. Offices are available... More info
Originally completed in 1980, the modernist-style office building is named after St Magnus Church. The church was one of 52 parish churches that were rebuilt by English architect Sir Christopher Wren following the destruction of the Great Fire of London in 1666.
The 11-storey building offers more than 261,000 square feet of modern office accommodation, much of which underwent refurbishment starting in 2011. Each floor is... More info
Business in London Bridge
London Bridge station links London with destinations across the southeast, including Kent and East Sussex. Services are also available to the South East of England. The London Bridge quarter includes some of London's newest office developments between the London Bridge and Tower Bridge on the south bank of the River Thames. With excellent transportation links and its proximity to the City of London's financial district, the area is home to many financial and professional services providers including international and national legal firms.
Office Buildings in London Bridge
The Shard, one of London's most iconic landmarks, is adjacent to the London Bridge station. Built between 2009 and 2012, the 95-storey skyscraper is the tallest building in the UK. The glass-clad building resembles a shard of glass and includes an observation deck and the Shangri-La Hotel. Tenants include law firms, media organisations, market research agencies, recruiters, and many other businesses. Al Jazeera, law firms Greenberg Traurig and Mathys & Squire, Gallup, The Office Group, recruitment consultants Robert Half International, digital marketing agency Jellyfish, investment firm Foresight Group, and financial services firms Hatton Corporation and Duff & Phelps are some of the Shard's occupants. South Hook Liquefied Natural Gas Company and IO Oil & Gas Consulting are also based in the building. The News Building at 1 London Bridge Street is the base for News UK's London operations. The 17-storey building includes offices for The Wall Street Journal, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun, and HarperCollins. Designed by Renzo Piano and opened in 2014, it is across from The Shard.
Serviced office options include 3 Moor London Riverside next to London City Hall. On-site amenities include a business lounge, break out areas, a sandwich and coffee bar, restaurant, meeting rooms, and a gym and fitness room. The building is part of More London, a development project close to Tower Bridge. Designed by Foster and Partners, the 13-acre site has planning permission for three million square feet of mixed use space including up to two million square feet for offices. Up to 20,000 people work in Moor London, where many professional and financial services firms operate. Employers include Ernst & Young at 1 More London Place and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) at 7 More London Riverside. Other businesses operating in the area include Gowling, Hewitt Associates, Hitachi Consulting, Norton Rose Fullbright, Terra Firming Capital Partners, and TNS Research International.
About London Bridge
Several bridges across the River Thames have been named London Bridge, serving as linked between the City of London and Southwark. Built from concrete and steel, the current box girder bridge opened in 1973. It replaced its nineteenth century stone-arched predecessor, which itself was a replacement for a medieval bridge that stood for six centuries. During the Tudor period, the bridge had around 200 buildings and stood seven stories tall. These buildings were a mix of houses and shops, some of which overhung the Thames. As congestion became a serious problem, all buildings on the bridge were demolished between 1758 and 1762.
The first London Bridge was made from timber and was completed by the city's founders during the Roman period. London Bridge was the only link between the banks of the Thames downstream from Kingston-upon-Thames until 1729, when Putney Bridge was completed. The nursery rhyme 'London Bridge is Falling Down' refers to the many attempts to bridge the two banks of the Thames, not just with London Bridge itself.