The building itself is arranged over ground and four upper floors, but don’t worry, there is a lift!
The property was built as a pair in around 1739, most likely by Isaac Ware whose Rococo influences can be seen inside with the plaster ceiling moulding.
The façade has been altered throughout time; two additional storeys were added and finally the shop front being the most recent adaption during the 20th Century.
Situated in the heart of Mayfair, between Berkeley Square and the very smart Bond Street, the office is positioned in what is considered to be the most exclusive area for London office occupiers.
Close to Green Park and Bond Street underground stations.
- 24/7 Access
- 24/7 Security Monitoring
- Air Conditioning
- Dedicated Internet Line
- High Speed Internet
- Passenger Lifts
- Private Offices
- Meeting Rooms
- Breakout Lounge
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