Our experts are on hand to help you find the perfect office for rent in the Monument area of London. We have an extensive commercial property portfolio in East Central London, offering private serviced office suites, flexible coworking spaces, hot desking opportunities, and temporary rentals available on short notice. These spaces are often offered on an all-inclusive basis, encompassing business rates, bills, and a wide variety of amenities such as meeting rooms, bike storage, event space, breakout spaces, Wi-Fi, transport links, secure car parks, and business club facilities. Fill in the Quick Quotes form or get in touch and call us now on 020 3965 9617 to find the ideal Monument office space.
The private serviced offices available range in size from 500 to 3000 sq ft and are complimented by fully equipped meeting rooms and conference rooms that can be hired daily. The variety of office and meeting spaces provides you with the flexibility to scale up efficiently or take multiple spaces or floors exclusively. All rooms provide you with natural light, air conditioning, and are equipped with high speed internet access. Coffee points... More info
The business centre at 10 Lower Thames Street offers a range of stylish, modern workspaces for the professional who requires complete flexibility and unrivaled amenities. For the ultimate in serviced business accommodation choose from the centre's business lounges with high speed WiFi and complementary refreshments; fully equipped meeting rooms with catering; integrated conference facilities; drop-in and dedicated desk space; and virtual... More info
This professional centre by the River Thames and London Bridge is fully furnished and serviced, with fantastic views of the river, Tower Bridge and the cityscape to provide calm during the working day. The serviced private office options get access to WiFi, meeting rooms, air conditioning, breakout space, postal services and on-site staff during working hours, on hand to help with any requirements you may have. The flexible terms allow... More info
The centre thrives on creating an ideal customer working landscape by providing a wide range of products that suit different styles and purposes. The property includes 24-hour security, CCTV, a lift, drinking water, reception service, high-speed internet, a private cabin, a conference room, and parking. An on-site cafe helps to keep clients refreshed, although the surrounding area is filled with great eateries. This centre also provides... More info
Tenants of the serviced offices at 40 Gracechurch Street benefit from fully equipped meeting rooms and comfortable lounges, air conditioning, friendly reception staff, state of the art IT and communication systems, CCTV and 24 hour access. End of trip conveniences such as bike storage and shower facilities are also included.
This professional business centre offers a variety of fully furnished private offices, shared spaces and... More info
This business centre offers the best in serviced offices, coworking desks, leased offices and managed options. The clients and guests will benefit from the main meet and greet reception on the 1st floor. A 50-seat coworking environment is available to members and occupiers. Flexible space is also available from 1 desk to 130 desks per floor on flexible terms. With high-speed internet and 24-hour access, members have the flexibility to get... More info
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, meeting rooms, phone booths, air conditioning, and a rooftop café terrace. Spread across 10 floors, the options include hot desks, dedicated desk space and private offices for between 1 to 50 workstations.
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The executive business centre at 75 King William St offers fully furnished, serviced offices in The City alongside on-demand training and meeting rooms, phone booths, breakout areas, shared workspace in business lounges, and virtual office options.
The shared workspace and private offices at this professional centre are furnished to a very high specification. Among the other facilities offered, tenants enjoy administration and... More info
Situated just west of the Tower of London and near Fenchurch Street and Tower Hill stations, Us&Co's coworking space at 7 Harp Lane includes dedicated desks for regular or part-time use, hot desks for occasional use, as well as meeting rooms for business discussions and creative ideation. The business centre's hot desk area has stylish plug-in and play workstations as well as its own coffee bar.
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Business Environment in Monument
The City is a major business hub that, along with Canary Wharf, serves as the capital's primary financial centre. Hundreds of thousands of workers commute into The City each day to do business, particularly in the financial services and legal sectors. Major international companies, such as Aviva, Lloyds Banking Group, Old Mutual, Prudential, and Standard Chartered, all have office spaces in the area.
Monument itself is a prime location for companies doing business within London's financial and legal services sectors. Businesses in the area include banks, investment firms, professional consulting services, recruiters, technology businesses, and retailers. Several restaurants, cafes and bars are within walking distance, including numerous options at the nearby Leadenhall Market, providing plenty of choices for networking or to meet with clients.
Monument Transport Links
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to travel connections, with Monument, Bank, London Bridge, Liverpool Street, Tower Hill, and Cannon Street stations all on your doorstep. In addition, Fenchurch Street railway station, Tower Gateway DLR station, and a wide range of bus routes and the cycle superhighway are only a short walk away from Monument.
Office Buildings in Monument
Situated at the edge of the City’s financial district, Monument is home to a wide variety of modern and classic offices, each of which evoke their own unique style. These office spaces provide excellent access to many of the world's top financial institutions, including Lloyd's of London and the Bank of England. King William Street serves as the beating heart of the Monument area and a growing hub for office-based businesses close to London Bridge.
- Located next to Monument Tube Station is 68 King William Street, a 250,000 square foot mixed-use development that provides full furnished serviced offices amongst a variety of retail spaces. Refurbished in 2004, this building also features meeting rooms and video conferencing facilities.
- At the southern end of King William Street, adjacent to London Bridge, is Adelaide House. This Grade II listed office building opened in 1925 and was the first building in the City to be constructed with a steel frame. Currently, the headquarters for the law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House is known for its distinctive art deco style and enviable location.
- At the junction of King William Street and Cannon Street is 18 King William Street, a rectangular office building that provides modern spaces with high-speed internet, administrative support, breakout space, meeting rooms, and a variety of other amenities.
History of Monument
The Monument area is centred around the Monument to the Great Fire of London, which was erected to commemorate the devastating fire that consumed much of Central London in 1666 and the subsequent rebuild that occurred following the disaster.
Built between 1671 and 1677, the Doric column is topped with a gilded urn of fire and stands at a height of 202 feet or 62 metres. A winding staircase with 311 steps allows visitors to reach the top of the structure, which offers panoramic views of London’s financial district and the River Thames. Situated in the heart of London, the stone monument stands at the junction of Monument Street and Fish Street Hill, close to the north end of London Bridge. The site of the structure was where St. Margaret's became the first church to be destroyed by the Great Fire. It is also located close to where the fire started, a baker's house on Pudding Lane.