Modern skyscrapers sit alongside historic listed buildings with Portland Stone facades in the centre of London’s financial district. The office space Bank has available is a mixture of purpose-built commercial properties and renovated buildings aged one hundred years or more. The result is a pleasing variety of offices, with an appearance and layout available to suit every brand and business.
The most notable property in the area is the Bank Of England, located on Threadneedle Street since 1734. It is from this institution that the area derives its name. Much of the office space Bank offers is occupied by firms operating in the financial industry, taking advantage of the proximity to the Bank of England, London Metal Exchange and Lloyd’s of London.
The office space Bank offers is well positioned amongst popular tourist attractions, local facilities, and excellent transport links. Employees can take advantage of the numerous retail outlets, coffee shops and bars, while clients benefit from nearby luxury hotels and popular restaurants.
The area is easily accessed via public transport thanks to its proximity to a number of bus routes, London Underground stations, and national railway terminals. Bank station itself is on the Northern and Central lines, with a direct link to Waterloo station via the Waterloo & City service. Liverpool Street station is just a short walk away with services to the Anglia region, and Cannon Street, accessible by walking through St Swithin’s Lane, offers trains to Kent.