DeVono is the UK’s leading occupier-only commercial real estate agency. We have access to all on and off-market property in the Liverpool Street area and throughout London. We offer serviced, furnished, leasehold, short and long-term office space, as well as individual desks and rooms.
Liverpool Street offices provide businesses with fantastic access to transport links offered up by Liverpool Street station. The district is located in the Bishopsgate ward of London, at the northeast corner of the City of London, making it popular amongst banks and financial institutions among other sectors.
Despite being shadowed by modern skyscrapers, Liverpool Street has a deeply imbedded history. It’s demonstrative of the City of London’s unique position on the world stage – a leader in world finance that is home to the headquarters of huge corporations, situated a stone’s throw away from centuries-old institutions that are steeped in tradition.
The streets in the area tell stories that stretch back to Roman times, whilst the modern landscape forges a future for business prestige. If historical esteem, international visibility and high-end working conditions matter to you, then Liverpool Street may be the perfect place for you to do business.
It goes without saying that one of the main draws for companies looking for Liverpool Street offices are the great transport links via the station itself.
It serves local commuters with its services to east London and Essex as well as taking travellers further afield to Cambridge and Norwich. It also boasts a tube station which provides access to services on the Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan, Circle and Central lines – great for employees making the daily commute.
All in all, it makes travel to any part of the capital as easy as swiping an Oyster card and stepping on board. Unsurprisingly, it’s the third busiest railway station in London, after Waterloo and Victoria, taking countless commuters to their jobs in the City. Headquartering your company in a Liverpool Street office, only seconds away from this essential transport resource, is an obvious and highly-prized boon for any business that values accessibility and visibility.
In addition to the rail access the area provides, there’s also a number of road transport alternatives, including numerous bus services.
Just a short number of steps away from Liverpool Street station is the 32-acre Broadgate development, a commercially-focused estate centred on the huge Broadgate Tower building. Broadgate’s close proximity to the station – as well as its millions of available square foot of space for office, retail and leisure use – draws many businesses to the street, as well as to its surrounding areas.
The estate is in many ways a city within the City – with offices, shops and restaurants providing everything from client entertainment opportunities to lunchtime shopping jaunts.
Outside of the Broadgate development, businesses fall within easy reach of pubs, bars and other leisure venues. One of the most famous public houses is Dirty Dick’s, which was named after one Nathaniel Bentley who, in the 19th century, was said to have provided inspiration for Charles Dickens.
There are plenty more contemporary bars too – such as All Bar One in Bishopsgate, and The Wall Bar on Old Broad Street which is extremely close to the station itself. The area is also close to the Barbican Centre which puts on many concerts, exhibitions and film screenings – the perfect way to treat guests to a little cultural entertainment.
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