Freshly Refurbished Commercial Property, Bank, London

103 Cannon Street is a newly renovated commercial property near Bank, London. Situated within 100m of the Bank of England, and a few minutes walk from Bank station, this classicly styled building has five floors of contemporary, versatile office space available to let.

Nestled between modern buildings, the striking Portland stone facade reflects the Neo-Byzantine style popular at the time of its construction in the mid-1800s.

Beyond the main door, there is a fully manned reception desk, situated in a bright, glass-panelled entrance hall. The triple height ceiling, and reflective surfaces maximize the feeling of space, creating a vibrant, welcoming atmosphere.

The office floors are accessible via a staircase, or eight person lift, and all benefit from full access to services, including air conditioning.

The vacant floors are all currently open plan, but partition walls can be erected to suit any client’s needs. The office space is modern, but is sympathetic to the building’s architecture, with the arch of the windows cleverly reflected as curves in the ceiling, and the Roman-style columns remain intact.

The North aspect of the building is particularly bright, as it overlooks the little-known St Swithin’s Churchyard. This recently renovated public garden provides a quiet, welcome retreat to those who stumble across it, and is furnished with benches, perfect for impromptu picnics.

Local History

Although the local streets are mostly filled with professionals making their way to work or meetings, the area is also visited by tourists taking an interest in the local historic landmarks.

Bank takes its name from the Bank of England, which has been situated at its current headquarters on Threadneedle Street since 1734.

A few minutes walk from the Bank, is the London Stone, one of the smallest tourist attractions in the City. Lodged in the front wall of 111 Cannon Street, a commercial property in Bank, the stone is thought to be between two and three thousand years old. It was part of a much larger piece of stone, used by the Romans to mark the centrepoint of London, from which all distances to the city were measured.

St Paul’s cathedral is just a short walk to the west, perched at the top of Ludgate Hill. The Monument to the Great Fire of London is in the opposite direction, and offers spectacular panoramic views.

Local Amenities

Commercial property in Bank, London benefits from excellent local amenities. The area is well served by the Underground and national railway links, and has an abundance of bars and restaurants for lunchtime or evening entertainment.

Cannon Street station runs services to Kent and East Sussex, and is on the Circle and District lines, while Bank station serves as a London Underground hub, with access to the Circle, District, Northern, Central and Waterloo & City lines.

103 Cannon Street offers modern office space, in an elegantly styled commercial property near Bank, London, with access to excellent transport links, and ample entertainment options for staff and clients.


Tel: 020 7643 1500

Tel: +44(0)20 7456 0700

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