Newly Refurbished Commercial Property To Let, Cannon Street, London

We have available a newly refurbished commercial property on Cannon Street, London, with five floors of bright, light, flexible office space.

Cannon Street offers a prime location for businesses, with access to Underground and national trains, nearby entertainment facilities, and a prestigious position in the centre of the City of London.

Why Cannon Street

Commercial property in Cannon Street benefits from being in the heart of the ‘Square Mile’, while being within walking distance to shops, restaurants and outside spaces, a quick taxi ride from London’s vibrant West End, and right on the doorstep of numerous London Underground and national railway train stations. It offers accessibility for staff and clients, a prestigious location, and plenty of entertainment options.

Centre Of London

Tucked away behind a protective grille, mounted into the frontage of a commercial property on Cannon Street, the London Stone is thought to have marked the centre of London for more than 3,000 years. The stone was originally a large marker embedded in the ground, used by the Romans as a reference point when measuring distances from the centre of London.

In the 13th century St Swithin’s Church was built directly opposite the stone. The church burnt down in the 1666 Great Fire of London, but was rebuilt in 1678 by Sir Christopher Wren. Sadly the church was largely destroyed during the Second World War, and all that remains is the walls to the churchyard, which is now a public garden.

Secret Escape

Tucked behind the building is St Swithin’s Gardens, a recently refurbished public garden. Protected on all sides by commercial property on Cannon Street and Princes Street, this quiet, hidden outdoor space offers office workers a chance to relax outside in peace. It also provides the offices in 103 Cannon Street with a beautiful view, and generous inlet of light to the North aspect. The walled garden benefits from feature planting and metal benches. There is also a monument to the Welsh Glyndwr family, who died in London in the 1400s, during the Welsh fight for freedom, and are thought to be buried in the churchyard.

103 Cannon Street Commercial Property

From the outside, the beautiful Grade II listed, Portland Stone facade belies the sleek, contemporary office space inside. The glass fronted entrance hall, home to a fully manned desk, is 6.5m high, giving a welcoming sense of space and light. The five floors of office space can be reached via a staircase or eight-man lift. Each level offers generous floor to ceiling height, and carefully designed ceilings to reflect maximum light, and compliment the curved arches of the Byzantine style windows. Every floor’s services are capped and metered separately. The floors are currently open plan, and can be partitioned in any way the client requests, in order to make the square footage best fit their needs.


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