Liverpool Street Station is located in the Bishopsgate ward of London, at the northeast corner of the City, making it extremely popular amongst banks and other financial institutions. Shadowed by skyscrapers, Liverpool Street has a deeply embedded history. It’s demonstrative of the City’s unique position on the world stage – a leader in world finance that is home to the headquarters of huge corporations, and just a stone’s throw away from centuries-old institutions.
Just a few steps away from the station is the 32-acre Broadgate development, a commercially-focused estate centred on the huge Broadgate Tower building. The estate is alive with office space, shops and restaurants, drawing a huge number of businesses and providing everything from client entertainment opportunities to lunchtime shopping jaunts.
Outside of the Broadgate development, office space in Liverpool Street puts businesses within easy reach of many pubs, bars and other leisure venues. From world-famous public houses like Dirty Dick’s to more contemporary bars the area is a constant source of entertainment, including the Barbican Centre which puts on concerts, exhibitions and film screenings.
Liverpool Street, located in central London, is a prime location for commercial property to thrive from the high-quality transport links. The area is located in zone 1, and is one of the busiest commuter stations in London.
Main-line trains serve locations across the East of England, and many suburban destinations across North-East London, Hertfordshire and Essex. Express trains also provide easy access to and from Stansted and Southend Airports, making the area easily accessible from all over the world.
Liverpool Street underground station is located on the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines, ideal for employees who commute from the outskirts of London. The station serves numerous bus routes for quick accessibility to and from Clapham Junction and London Bridge, and also has bike docking stations located on Bell Lane, Brushfield Street and Devonshire Square.
As if this station wasn’t quite well connected enough for your business, several other stations including Moorgate underground and National Rail station, Shoreditch High Street and Bank are just a short walk away.
Whether you’re looking for a prestigious property synonymous with Liverpool Street – which would be ideal for a bank or financial institution – or a much smaller space, we can help you locate the right office in this inner London district.
We first opened our doors in 2003. From the start, we have offered our services to tenants, and only tenants. When sourcing office space near Liverpool Street Station – or an office in any other area in the city, for that matter – we don’t work for landlords, as this would present a conflict of interest.
We’re not just a department within a wider property firm. We’re an independent company with our own dedicated and highly skilled Acquisitions Team. This gives us the scope to widen our search for office space in London. We give our clients access to every available commercial office space, including those properties which are classed as off market.