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Situated at the junction of London Wall, 88 Wood Street is a striking glass and steel skyscraper. The tower was designed by architect Richard Rogers, who also drew plans for the Lloyd's Building in 1986.
Completed in 2001, the 18-storey building has 355,209 square feet of quality business accommodation across three linked office blocks. Occupying several upper floors is this modern business centre. Offices are available on... More info
A selection of contemporary shared workspaces are available for immediate rental within this unique business centre, complete with an exhaustive business support package providing everything your company needs to succeed, including dedicated administration staff, highly qualified IT personnel on site and a capable security team for added peace of mind.
Aimed at start ups, freelancers and coworking teams, the space comes... More info
Set in the bustling City of London's business environment, this 40,000 sq ft business centre offers fully serviced and all inclusive private offices, shared workspace, coworking and hot desk rental, allowing clients to accurately budget their monthly office costs. More info
One of London's most recognised business, City Tower provides a fantastic selection of fully serviced office suites in a mix of sizes, available immediately on flexible terms. Boutique offices come stylishly furnished with everything a modern business could need, while elegantly appointed conference rooms provide a professional space for those essential business meetings.
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200 Aldersgate offers ultra modern office suites, shared workspace and event space in the City, near Barbican and St Paul's, a 20 minute walk to London Bridge. Furnished to a high standard the private offices offer an executive space in the heart of London's financial district. The coworking spaces are in a lounge style setting with floor to ceiling windows. Membership packages include onsite parking, lounge and meeting rooms, admin support... More info
This professional business centre provides a mix of office space solutions including private and shared offices, coworking spaces, meeting rooms and virtual office options. The workspaces benefit from plenty of natural light, and the centre has fully equipped meeting rooms and conference suites, providing a professional space for those all important business meetings. Offering a comprehensive range of Communications and IT services... More info
Built in 1967, CityPoint at 1 Ropemaker Street is an attractive office tower in the City of London. The 36-storey building was the first in the City to rise above the height of historic St Paul's Cathedral. A comprehensive refurbishment and reconstruction in 2001 transformed the property into a modern property while adding floor space and height. With 600,000 square feet, the building offers floors with about 12,000 square... More info
During the Norman Conquest, Coleman Street was a base for charcoal-burners or coalman. The site of this beautiful period office building was a residence during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, a tavern in the eighteenth century, and a chandler's shop during the nineteenth century. By 1840, 80 Coleman Street emerged as a hub for business and now offers superb serviced and shared office space for rent.
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The Moorgate Business Centre and other offices are found at Tenter House on 45 Moorfields, a refurbished building built in the 1960s. The business centre occupies two floors of the nine-storey building, which includes kitchens and break out spaces on every floor.
Providing well designed, fully furnished office suites complete with meeting rooms, admin support staff, IT and communications systems, 24 hour access and much more. More info
This prestigious business centre, housed in the historic St Martin's House, offers both individual suites and open-plan serviced offices and shared coworking space on flexible rental agreements.
The magnificent building is Grade II listed and boasts such original features as its remarkable marble entrance lobby. The offices are refurbished and well-equipped to a high standard. All up-to-date telecoms are installed, with CAT5e... More info
Business in the City of London
Since the nineteenth century, the City of London has been a major business centre with companies from around the world trading in the area. Built on the site of a Roman settlement that dates back to the first century, it is the historic and financial heart of London. Measuring at 1.12 square miles, the 'Square Mile' is the centre of the UK's trading and financial services industries.
With more than 500 banks with offices situated here, the City of London is one of the world's financial capitals and a leader in trading. The Bank of England and the London Stock Exchange are also based in the area. The City's insurance sector is based in the east around the Lloyd's Building, the headquarters for Lloyd's of London.
There is also a significant legal services sector around Temple and Chancery Lane, where two Inns of Court are based. The area has several solicitor and barrister offices as well as legal institutions and organisations. The City's retail sector is focused around Leadenhall and Smithfield markets as well as the Bishopsgate area.
Major employers in the City include insurance, telecommunications, banking and financial giants. Insurance companies Aviva and Prudential and financial services providers Lloyds Banking Group, Old Mutual and Standard Chartered all have headquarters in the area. Some of the largest law firms also have head offices in the City, including Allen & Overy, DLA Piper, Eversheds, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Herbert Smith Freehills, Hogan Lovells, Linklaters, and Slaughter and May. In other sectors, BT Group and Unilever also have their headquarters in the City.
Office Buildings in the City of London
Many of London's tallest buildings are in the City, particularly around Bishopsgate, Fenchurch Street and Leadenhall Street. Developments include the Leadenhall Building at 122 Leadenhall Street, a 737-foot building completed in 2014. Heron Tower at 110 Bishopsgate was completed in 2010, while Tower 42 at 25 Old Broad Street opened in 1980. Other landmark buildings include 30 St Mary Axe, the Broadgate Tower at 201 Bishopsgate, the Willis Building at 51 Lime Street, and 20 Fenchurch Street. In addition to bespoke office spaces, many of these and other buildings provide serviced office solutions for businesses including Tower 42.
About London City
The City of London is the historic heart of England's world famous capital. Also known as The Square Mile due to its approximate size, much of the City was part of a Roman settlement that was established during the first century.
The area is one of the world's most important centres for finance and business, a role that it has played since the nineteenth century. The London Stock Exchange and the Bank of England are both based in the City, as well as the major insurance firm Lloyd's of London.
Redevelopment of the financial centre has resulted in several iconic skyscrapers being built, including The Gherkin. The City is also London's centre of law and the legal professions, and the Inner Temple and Middle Temple Inns of Court are both based in the area in addition to some of the world's largest law firms.
Although it only has a population of about 8,000, hundreds of thousands of people come into the City each day to work. There are also numerous historic landmarks in the City, including St. Paul's Cathedral, the Royal Exchange, the Guildhall, Smithfield Market, and the Monument to the Great Fire of London.