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Serviced offices in the City of London are surrounded by many famous landmarks in the finance world with over 330,000 people working in the area, predominantly in the financial and legal sectors. The City of London is within close proximity of some of Britain’s largest financial institutions including the Bank of England, the London Stock Exchange and the London International Financial Futures Exchange.
Being of high historical importance, the area is a popular tourist destination, with St Pauls Cathedral, The Royal Exchange and Shakespeare’s Theatre all within close proximity.
From buildings such as Cornhill, a striking period property, to the ultra-modern, top of the range Poultry with its top floor restaurant and roof terrace, there is an abundance of serviced offices in the City of London to suit all requirements and budget.
The City of London is served by some of the best, yet busiest transport links London has to offer. The eighth biggest underground station, Bank has 5 separate lines running through it, including the Central and Northern Lines.
Tenants with a serviced office in the City of London are spoiled for choice when it comes to transport links. Numerous underground tube trains, buses and airports are all close-by, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling around the city.
London City Airport
London Heathrow Airport
London Gatwick Airport
London Luton Airport
London Stansted Airport
For tenants who live outside the city and wish to travel in to their serviced office in the City of London, London’s DLR stretches all the way to Beckton and Woolwich Arsenal in the west, Lewisham in the south, to Stratford International airport in the north, going through Canary Wharf and the heart of the City of London along the way.
Serviced offices in the City of London are currently served by the following bus routes: 8, 11, 15, 21, 23, 25, 26, 40, 43, 76, 133, 141, 242 and 388 and night bus routes: N8, N11, N21, N26, N76, N133, N550 and N551.
Travel to your serviced office in the City of London can be easily provided by the many connections running through Bank underground station - Central, Northern, Waterloo and City Lines, as well as the Docklands Light Railway service (DLR). Another large London transport hub, Waterloo, is only four minutes away.