1 Royal Exchange, Bank - EC3V 3DG

Property Details

Serviced Offices from £567 per person per month

Property Features

This iconic building offers businesses the opportunity to be based at site that has served as a hub for commerce and business for more than 400 years. The Grade 1 listed building is next to the Bank of England and close to exceptional transport links. The imposing colonnade façade provides an unrivalled entrance to this fantastic property, while accommodation and services inside the period building are world class.

Founded in the sixteenth century, the Royal Exchange was designed as a centre of commerce for the City. Traditionally, Royal Proclamations are also read out from the steps of the Royal Exchange. The building sits along Cornhill and Threadneedle and overlooks the Bank junction. It was designed in the 1830s and housed the Lloyd’s insurance market for almost 150 years. The property is now home to modern offices as well as luxury shops and restaurants.

The Royal Exchange houses serviced office space at a leading business centre. The centre offers high quality supports and a prestigious address, plus flexible terms without a long-term commitment. Fully furnished offices boast stylish workstations, ergonomic chairs, and the latest IT and communications technology. Friendly reception staff answer calls and deliver professional administrative support from a stunning reception area. The centre also has fully-equipped kitchens and meeting rooms as well as comfortable breakout areas.

The renowned Royal Exchange building is in the heart of the City’s financial district. An excellent selection of shops, restaurants and services are within walking distance of this elegant building. Close to Lloyd’s of London is Leadenhall Market, a historic marketplace with popular restaurants and shops. One New Change, the City’s only shopping centre, is also a short walk from the property with additional options for dining and shopping.

Only a few steps from your office is Bank tube station on the Central, Northern and Waterloo & City lines. Bank station is also served by the DLR, connecting you to Canary Wharf, London City Airport and other destinations in East London and the Docklands. Numerous bus routes also run along the streets that meet at the Bank junction. Mansion House, Monument and Cannon Street stations on the Circle and District lines are also nearby, while mainline rail services are within walking distance at London Cannon Street, Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations.

Cannon Street


Cannon Street

Services Available

  • Building Features
  • Air-conditioning
  • Central heating
  • Comfort Cooling
  • Disabled facilities (DDA/ASA compliant)
  • Environmentally friendly (BREEAM/LEED certified)
  • Lift
  • WC (separate male/female)
  • Business Support
  • Administrative support
  • Breakout/Lounge Space
  • Copy and Printing Facilities
  • On-site management team
  • Postal facilities/mail handling
  • Reception services
  • Telephone answering
  • IT / Telecomms
  • AV equipment
  • Shared Internet
  • Telecoms
  • Videoconferencing
  • Voice mail
  • VOIP Phone System
  • VPN
  • Security
  • 24-hour access
  • 24-hour security
  • CCTV
  • Security system
  • Services & Amenities
  • Beverages
  • Board room
  • Catering
  • Conference facilities
  • Kitchen
  • Meeting rooms
  • Training rooms
  • Workspace Features
  • Access to other centres nationwide
  • City/town centre
  • Close to underground/subway
  • Furnished offices
  • Hot Desks
  • Modern building
  • Non-branded offices
  • Period building
  • Unfurnished

Local Area Info

Bank is a bustling junction with close ties to London's financial sector. It acts as the originating point for several streets, including Threadneedle, Cornhill, Lonbard Street, Walbrook, Mansion House Street, Poultry and Princes Street. Bank station is served by the Docklands Light Railway and the London Underground's Central, Northern, and Waterloo & City lines.

On the northeast corner of Bank junction is the Bank of England. The central bank has been based here since 1734. The area is also home to the Royal Exchange, which has sat between Threadneedle Street and Cornhill since its founding in 1565. Mansion House is situated on the south side and has served as the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London since 1752. The Worshipful Company of Grocers and the Worshipful Company of Mercers are also based close to Bank junction.

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