The St Paul's office space is in a majestic period building very close to St Paul's Underground station in the City of London's financial district. The office space is arranged over five floors of a seven-storey Grade II listed office building. There is a grand entrance and reception area complete with marble pillars, ornate plasterwork and a carpeted wide staircase leading to the first floor. Businesses in the building work in IT, recruitment, training, banking, trading and other financial services. The office building is close to several prestigious international banks, the London Stock Exchange and the Old Bailey. There is a theatre-style auditorium capable of hosting up to 50 people. With two internal light wells, offices receive plenty of natural daylight. Close to St Paul's Cathedral and Bank, City Thameslink, Mansion House and Moorgate railway stations.
On street parking is limited although there are spaces on Old Jewry and Gresham Street.A NCP car park is a 5 minute walk away near Barbican Station.
By Air from City Airport: Take the DLR to Bank.
By Air from Stansted: Take the Stansted Express to London Liverpool Street.
By Public Transport:
By Tube from St Paul's (Central line): 1 minute walk.
By Tube from Bank (Circle, District, Northern, DLR, Central and Waterloo & City lines): 5 minute walk.
By Tube from Moorgate (Northern, Circle, Metropolitan & the Hammersmith & amp; City lines) and Mansion House (Circle and District lines)-Both stations are around a 5-10 minute walk.
By Train from Cannon Street, Blackfriars, City Thameslink and Liverpool Street stations- All are within a short walking distance.
24/7 Security Monitoring
Large Conference Facility
24/7 Access Control
Dedicated Internet Line
Printing & Photocopying
High Speed Internet
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