16 Black Friars Lane, Blackfriars - EC4V 6EB

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Property Features

Shared workspace is available in this historic property in the Midtown/City Fringe area of London. A Grade I listed building at 16 Black Friars Lane, Apothecaries Hall was originally part of an ancient Dominican priory before it was purchased by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries of London in 1632. The current building was completed in 1672, where the society made and sold some of its medicinal and pharmaceutical products. Much of the property's appearance dates from the 1780s, when a major restoration and expansion was completed.

The elegant period property is close to numerous shops, including the City of London's only shopping centre at One New Change. There are also a diversity of fine restaurants and cafes in the heart of the City's financial district.

About a three-minute walk south is Blackfriars Station, giving you access to the London Underground's Circle and District lines plus Thameslink and Southeastern mainline trains. Three minutes to the north is City Thameslink station at Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill, which are served by several bus routes.


Blackfriars
City Thameslink
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Blackfriars
City Thameslink
Gatwick

Services Available

  • Building Features
  • Carpets
  • Central heating
  • WC (separate male/female)
  • IT / Telecomms
  • AV equipment
  • Perimeter trunking
  • Shared Internet
  • Telecoms
  • Voice mail
  • VOIP Phone System
  • Security
  • 24-hour access
  • Entry phone
  • Services & Amenities
  • Board room
  • Cleaning/janitor
  • Kitchen
  • Recycling facilities
  • Workspace Features
  • City/town centre
  • Close to mainline train station
  • Close to underground/subway
  • Furnished offices
  • Open-plan offices
  • Period building


Local Area Info


Blackfriars is situated within the City of London. First used in 1317, the name Blackfriars derives from the clothes worn by Dominican Friars based in a local priory. The priory served as the location for meetings of Parliament and the Privy Council until it was closed in 1538 by Henry VIII.

Blackfriars is now home to several firms active in the finance sector, including investment banks and financial services companies. The area is also the site of Blackfriars station, which is served by Thameslink and First Capital Connect, and Southeastern Trains. The station also sites along the London Underground's Circle and District lines. Blackfriars is also served by river bus services from Blackfriars Millennium Pier.



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