Commercial Property Monument london

This commercial property in Monument, London is close to multiple London Underground and national rail stations, excellent local entertainment facilities, and a generous selection of restaurants and bars.

The prestigious location has long been associated with Government and financial services, with both the Bank of England and Mansion House being just a short walk away.

Newly Refurbished Commercial Property, Monument, London

103 Cannon Street is a recently refurbished commercial property near Monument, offering five floors of flexible, contemporary office space.

The building’s classic Portland stone is juxtaposed with its modern neighbours. The Neo-Byzantine architecture has earned the 150 year old property Grade II listed status. But behind the regimentally aligned arched windows lies a bright, contemporary office space.

The interior ceilings are beautifully curved to reflect the shape of the windows, and the supporting Roman style columns remain in place, but in all other aspects this is a thoroughly modern office space. The north aspect of the building is particularly bright as it overlooks the historic St Swithin's churchyard, a small, peaceful garden, open to the public.

The entrance hall is flooded with light thanks to a 6.5m height ceiling, glass panels and the use of highly reflective surfaces. Businesses situated in the property can make use of the fully manned reception desk.

Currently, the vacant floors are completely open spaces, but can be divided up with partitions to suit client requirements.

Prestigious Address

Much of the commercial property in Monument and the surrounding area is occupied by businesses operating in the financial services industry. Bloomberg’s European Headquarters, and Rothschild’s main London office are both nearby, as is the Bank of England.

Rich Local History

The area boasts multiple historic landmarks. Monument takes its name from the Monument to the Great Fire of London, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke, and erected between 1671 and 1677. The Portland stone column is topped by a gilded urn of fire, and stands 202 feet tall, distanced 202 feet away from where the fire started. The Monument is open to the public, and a panoramic view of the City can be enjoyed from the viewing platform.

At three thousand years old, the London Stone, is a far more ancient piece of London’s history. Currently positioned within the wall of 111 Cannon Street, a commercial property near Monument, the stone is thought to mark the centre of the City and was used by Romans as the marker from which to measure the distances out to other towns.

The Stone is just a few metres away from Cannon Street station, an attraction for architecture fans who come to admire the Wren-inspired towers sitting either side of the railway shed. The best view is obtained from London Bridge where the towers can be seen in the foreground, with the dome of St Paul’s behind them.

Ideal Business Location

In terms of transport links, reputation and local amenities, this really is a prime position for any professional business. 103 Cannon Street offers all the benefits of a City location, combined with both a beautiful exterior and fully refurbished interior office space. To discuss your requirements, or to arrange a viewing, call us today.


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