Refurbished Office Space, Mansion House, London

Ideally situated for London and national transport links, 103 Cannon Street is a contemporary office space near Mansion House, offering a fully refurbished interior within a Grade II listed building.

Modern Office Space Within Classic Architecture

Situated between modern commercial buildings, 103 Cannon Street’s Portland Stone facade is immediately recognisable. Awarded Grade II listed status in the 1970s, this building is a fine example of the Neo-Byzantine architectural style, popular around 150 years ago.

Inside the office space has been completely modernised, with contemporary fixtures and fittings, stunning bathroom facilities, and stylish entrance hall. This renovation has been sympathetic to the building’s original architecture. The sash windows have been carefully restored, then a second frame, mirroring the existing shape of the window has been installed to add an additional layer of sound and heat insulation.

The vacant floors are currently open plan, without any partition walls in place, enabling the space to be tailored to suit the needs of new clients.

The stunning entrance hall features a triple height ceiling, and reflective surfaces to create a light, welcoming space. There is a fully-manned reception desk, and an eight-person lift for access to all floors.

Get Outside

One of the best features of this office space near Mansion House, is its proximity to public gardens. Very few offices in the City have access to outside space, but 103 Cannon Street benefits from an adjoining public garden, St Swithin's Churchyard. Although this area is open to the public, it remains relatively unused due to its well concealed location behind the Cannon Street buildings.

The churchyard was originally to the rear of St Swithin’s church, a 13th century building that met its fate during the 1666 Great Fire of London. Under the instruction of Sir Christopher Wren, a replacement church was constructed, but sadly this was demolished in the 1960s after suffering extensive bomb damage during World War Two. Now all that remains is a small garden within the churchyard walls. Inside the garden is a memorial to Catrin Glyndwr and her two children. Catrin was the daughter of Owain Glyndwr, a Welsh freedom fighter in the 15th century. She and her children were captured in 1409, and taken to the Tower of London, where they are thought to have been executed. They were later buried in St Swithin’s churchyard.

A few minutes walk away towards the Thames, Festival Gardens and Carter Gardens, both make use of bomb flattened land, to create an open public space to relax in.

Excellent Transport Links

As with all office space in the Mansion House area, 103 Cannon Street benefits from excellent transport links. The building is directly opposite Cannon Street station, providing access to the Circle and District Underground lines, as well as national railway links to the southeast. Bank station is just a short walk away, and is linked to the Central, Northern, and Waterloo & City lines.

To book a viewing appointment, or for more information on this fully refurbished office space near Mansion House, call us today.


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