Situated in the heart of the City of London, Queen Street has excellent transport links with Mansion House, Bank and Cannon Street stations all just a short walk away. Whilst most serviced office space in the area is modern and lacking in character, this space is a rare find, which offers a unique solution in the City market.
The two imposing 18th Century, Grade II listed buildings, which are part of the Queen Street Conservation Area, provide 6,410 square feet of office space and meeting rooms across 5 floors, which are adjoined by an impressive central staircase. The building has recently been restored and refurbished to the highest standard throughout and the new interior design really compliments the original period features of the Georgian properties.
This office is completely unbranded, fully furnished, has 24/7 access, a manned reception and offers a bespoke space, which can be tailored to meet the requirements of each individual business.
The business centre is located just off Cannon Street in between Mansion House tube station and Cannon Street mainline railway station.The nearest tube stations are Bank, Mansion House and Cannon Street, providing easy access to the District, Circle, Central and Northern lines as well as the DLR (connections to Stratford, Canary Wharf and London City airport). London Bridge and Cannon Street mainline rail stations are within a 10-15 minute walk of the building making it a convenient location for all staff and visitors.
The area is well served by well-known restaurants, delis and bars as well as one of the newest shopping centres in Central London - One New Change.
- Call Handling
- Meeting Rooms
- 24/7 Access
- 24/7 Security Monitoring
- Air Conditioning
- Dedicated Internet Line
- High Speed Internet
- Passenger Lifts
- Private Offices
- Reception Staff
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