Available Now: Refurbished Office Space, Bank, London

103 Cannon Street offers fully refurbished, bright, contemporary offices, right in the centre of the City of London.

To take up office space near Bank, London, is to position yourself in the UK’s financial services centre. With Bloomberg’s European Headquarters, Rothschild’s main London office, and the Bank of England, all within a few hundred metres, 103 Cannon Street is a prestigious location for any professional business.

The Heart Of The City

103 Cannon Street’s classic facade is in striking contrast to the modern buildings surrounding it. With Mansion House and the Bank of England to the North, St Paul’s Cathedral to the West, and the Monument to the Great Fire of London a few minutes walk to the East, Cannon Street sits right at the centre of London’s rich history.

The Portland stone building was placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, in June 1972, giving it Grade II listed status. The building is of particular interest as an example of Neo-Byzantine architecture, popular in Russia and Germany in the early, to mid-1800s.

Fully Refurbished Office Space, Bank, London

Within the 150 year old exterior, 103 Cannon Street offers five floors of newly refurbished, light, bright, contemporary office space. The architectural characteristics continue inside with interior Roman columns, and beautifully arched windows. The raised ceilings echo the curve of the windows to give an increased sense of space and light. The vacant floors are currently open plan, and can be partitioned in anyway the client requires. The main entrance to the building leads into a fully staffed reception area, with glass panels, and triple height ceiling, creating a bright, welcoming atmosphere.

Secret Garden

It’s unusual to find office space in Bank with access to an outside area, but 103 Cannon Street offers just that. The building is located directly in front of the historic St Swithins churchyard, a recently renovated public garden.

This beautiful, secluded spot, hidden amongst the City’s commercial buildings has a colourful history of its own. The churchyard was originally adjacent to St Swithin’s Church, built in approximately the 13th century. The original church was burnt down during the Great Fire of London in 1666. Following the designs of Sir Christopher Wren, the church was rebuilt in 1678. Sadly the church suffered heavy bomb damage in the Second World War and was pulled down in 1961, although the walls surrounding the churchyard remained intact.

Easily Accessible

Office space in Bank benefits from excellent transport links. Bank and Mansion House Underground stations are all just a short walk away providing access to the Central line and Circle and District lines respectively. Cannon Street Underground and national railway station is directly opposite the offices at 103 Cannon Street, and is a terminal for Southeastern Railways, serving Kent and the South East.

103 Cannon Street offers contemporary comfort with classic styling, in a prime location. For more information, or to book an appointment, call us today.


Tel: 020 7643 1500

Tel: +44(0)20 7456 0700

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