Tucked away in the southeastern corner of the City of London, the office space Fenchurch Street offers is predominantly occupied by firms operating in the insurance industry, due to its close proximity to Lloyd’s of London.
Most office space Fenchurch Street has available is in modern commercial properties, although occasionally a repurposed historic building becomes available.
The area is well serviced by local and national public transport. Fenchurch Street station is the London terminal for c2c trains, serving East London and South Essex, including Barking, Benfleet and Southend. Cannon Street Station is less than half a mile away, providing trains to the South East, and Liverpool Street Station is just a little further, with links to the Anglia region.
Fenchurch Street is just a short walk from Aldgate, Monument and Tower Hill Underground stations, providing access to the Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines.
The office space Fenchurch Street provides is surrounded by historic monuments, and popular tourist sites, including the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Those looking for a quieter lunchtime retreat should head to the newly refurbished Seething Lane Garden. Tucked behind Trinity Square Gardens, and just a few minutes walk from Fenchurch Street, Seething Lane Garden is reputedly where Samuel Pepys buried his wine and Parmesan cheese to protect it against the Great Fire of London.
There is a wealth of facilities in the surrounding areas for clients and colleagues, including gyms, fitness centres, bars and cafes, making Fenchurch Street an attractive location for staff and clients alike.