Situated close to the prestigious Paternoster Square development which is home to The London Stock Exchange and Goldman Sachs International as well as many high quality shops, bars and restaurants. This popular business location between the City and West End also has excellent transport links, with many stations including St Paul’s, Blackfriars, Farringdon and City Thameslink all within easy walking distance.
The completely unbranded business centre offers desirable office space and prestigious meeting rooms. A handsome late 19th century building, the property has been elegantly restored and boasts many original features including the original staircase and panelled walls. Modern serviced offices are arranged over six floors and each suite benefits from high quality furnishings and plenty of natural light. The building also features a modern customer lounge, with comfortable seating and a flat screen TV for residents to relax in.
Offering a choice of four outstanding meeting rooms. The two main meeting rooms are located on the 2nd floor and both are spacious, have very high ceilings and are tastefully decorated. The boardroom displays a handsome mahogany boardroom table, making it perfect for formal business meetings. The Pond Room located at the front of the building overlooks the Old Bailey and is exceptionally bright. The building also benefits from a fantastic new customer lounge.
This prestigious business centre is located in the heart of London’s legal district. It is especially popular with legal firms and companies associated with the profession. Within walking distance of City Thameslink station for Overground lines, St Paul’s for the Central Line and Blackfriars and Farringdon also close by.
Large Conference Facility
24/7 Security Monitoring
24/7 Access Control
High Speed Internet
Dedicated Internet Line
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