Leadenhall Street is located in the heart of the City; adjacent to the Lloyds building, home of the insurance institution Lloyd's of London. The building is a stone’s throw from Leadenhall Market, a beautiful covered Victorian market with stalls selling flowers, cheese, meat and other fresh food. Shops, pubs and restaurants are also located in the market buildings. The area is serviced by many bus routes and in close proximity to many tube and mainline stations, including: Monument, Bank, Fenchurch Street, Cannon Street, Tower Gateway, Tower Hill, Aldgate, London Bridge, Liverpool Street and Moorgate (12 minute walk).
Leadenhall Street is a period building which has recently been refurbished to an excellent standard. The entrance brings together understated minimalism and a classic marble finish, this is carried through to the corridors and impressive lift lobbies. The offices offer varied views including the Gherkin building. The internal fit-out is in the style of glass and walnut, completed in September 2014.