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Located at 20 St Dunstans Hill, Monument, London EC3R, this building has been newly refurbished to an exceptional standard. There are currently 700 workstations available for rent on flexible terms, with stylishly furnished suites which include internet and wifi, phones with 1GB connection and CAT6 cabling.
This impeccable office building boasts fabulous views over the River Thames, the Shard and Tower Bridge as well as numerous... 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 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
Situated just west of the Tower of London at 7 Harp Lane in Billingsgate, the coworking space at Bakers Hall includes dedicated desks for regular or part-time use as well as hot desks for occasional use. Dedicated desks include a spacious workstation with lockable storage and an ergonomic chair. Businesses can choose from a single desk or up to 50 on a single floor. The business centre's hot desk area has stylish plug-in and play... 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
Overlooking the River Thames, St Magnus House at 3 Lower Thames Street offers stylish office space for rent in the City's financial district. Situated between London Bridge and Old Billingsgate, it is close to the Monument to the Great Fire of London close to where the devastating fire started in 1666. St Magnus House is named after the Church of St Magnus the Martyr, which sits between the office building and Adelaide House.... More info
All inclusive shared office space now available at Martin House, 5 Martin Lane, Monument in the City of London. Fully furnished, coworking space for up to 30 workstations.
Our business is making your business easy. To this end we provide spacious lounge areas perfect for office breaks, meeting rooms and shared office spaces - all comfortably furnished to a high standard.
The transparent pricing includes a range of... More info
Located at 3 Lower Thames Street next to St Magnus the Marty Church, this modern office building offers superb serviced office space for rent, perfectly situated on the north bank of the River Thames.
Offering an excellent location minutes from Monument tube station on the Circle and District lines. Bank and London Bridge stations provide additional options for the Northern, Central and Jubilee lines. Docklands Light Railway... More info
Providian House at 16-18 Monument Street, EC3R 8AJ has a range of stylishly furnished office suites available to rent on flexible terms. Located next to Sir Christopher Wren's Monument commemorating the Great Fire of London, the private offices and business lounge offer outstanding views over the City of London's iconic landmarks.
The serviced office suites range in size from 100 to 2000 sq ft, accommodating between 1 and 24... More info
This professional business centre offers a variety of fully furnished private office suites, shared spaces and virtual office packages, all of which include a host of facilities and services.
Tenants at 40 Gracechurch Street benefit from fully equipped meeting rooms and comfortable business lounges, friendly reception staff, state of the art IT and communication systems, CCTV and 24 hour access. End of trip facilities such as... 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
Businesses around the Tower of London
As one of London's most important historic sites, the Tower of London remains a popular tourist attraction. As a result, many of the businesses in the area are focused on hospitality and tourism sectors. Several shops, restaurants, cafes, hotels, bars and pubs are located around the historic fortress. There are also a number of offices overlooking the famous site of notable executions and imprisonments. Thanks to its place close to the financial heart of the City of London, businesses in the Tower of London area are generally active in the financial sector or support other companies in the industry.
Office Buildings near the Tower of London
Offices close to the Tower of London are found along Great Tower Street, Mincing Lane, East Smithfield and other neighbouring streets. One of the landmark developments in the area is Tower Place. The building replaced an earlier 16-storey office block that obscured views of the Tower of London and surrounding area. Designed by Foster and Partners, the development includes two seven-storey office buildings. Both are linked by a large glazed atrium at the centre of the site. 55 Mark Lane also provides contemporary office space close to the Tower of London.
Originally built in 1828 as the home of the London Corn Exchange, the building has a striking Greek Doric architectural style. The modern interior has 6,215 square feet of office space spread across six floors. Just east of the Tower of London is the Rainmaking Loft. With similar facilities in Berlin and Copenhagen, the co-working space is designed for early stage tech start-ups. It includes meeting rooms, event space, video and phone conferencing booths/pods, communal areas, and other amenities.
About the Tower of London
The Tower of London is among the capital's most visited attractions. Sitting on Tower Hill, the castle's grim and bloody history as a place of torture, executions and death has made it one of the most notorious places in London. The Tower of London was originally founded in 1066 during the Norman Conquest of England, with the imposing White Tower being erected in 1078 during the reign of William the Conqueror.
The castle was used as a royal residence, although it is known more as a prison. From 1100 to 1952, the Tower of London housed some of the UK's most notorious inmates including Elizabeth I before she ascended to the throne, Edward V and his younger brother Richard, Sir Walter Raleigh, Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey, Guy Fawkes and many others. Home of the Crown Jewels, the castle has served as an armoury and treasury as well as the home of the Royal Mint and other purposes during its long history. Officially known as Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, the historic site is located on the north bank of the River Thames within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.