These offices in Moorgate are fully flexible and serviced to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of businesses. Every office is fitted with the latest IT and telecoms solutions to provide unrivalled broadband speeds along with the latest telephony capable of supporting a variety of recording and monitoring software.
Each office is personally configured providing office space to suit your choices and requirements, creating a hassle-free move. This office space is unbranded for you to brand your own offices in a manner which best reflects your business. Corporate name boards and logos can also be situated in prominent areas.
Fitted out with 17,400 sqft of premium serviced office space. The building has a prominent corner location positioned centrally within the financial district. The business centre's 24 hour access provides an extremely secure and productive office environment. A prime benefit to occupiers of the building is the use of a large landscaped roof terrace, ideal for quiet staff breaks, break outs, or entertaining clients. Aside from the office space being a short walk from the City and Bank, it also offers a great solution to those searching for serviced office space in London EC1, Shoreditch and Old Bailey.
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A fantastic location, easily accessible from any location in and around London, and is only minutes away from 5 underground lines and 2 mainline stations. Moorgate mainline and underground Station is only a 1 minute walk serviced by Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Northern Lines. Just 10 minutes away is from Bank underground for Central and Northern lines, and Liverpool Street mainline.
Today Moorgate is a key financial centre, home to several investment banks and providing a wealth of historic and contemporary buildings. Aside from the banking centre, the area's famous landmarks include CityPoint, Guildhall, and London Metropolitan University. Opposite the building is Finsbury Circus, featuring 1.2 acres of Grade II listed gardens. Moorgate is named after Moore-gate, a gate in the London Wall from the 15th Century. Although the gate was demolished over 250 years ago, the name was taken for the major Street now connecting the London Boroughs of Islington and Hackney.
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