Serviced Offices from £650 pp pmCoworking spaces from £375 pp pm
Stained timber and panelling, thick copper and steel mesh, and arched windows are just some of the original features that help infuse a sense of history and character into this elegant period building. These architectural details are seamlessly integrated with advanced IT and telecommunications systems, including high-speed broadband internet. Private offices and hot desks are both available at this stunning property. Each space is finished with modern décor and contemporary furnishings. The property also has convenient bike spaces and shower facilities if you bike or run to the office. There are plenty of corners for you to work, network and relax at 50 Liverpool Street. A sophisticated lounge looking out to Liverpool Street Station’s main concourse and trendy breakout areas provide comfortable spaces to work and meet. Fully-equipped meeting rooms are available to host discussions with your team or business clients. Kitchens with dining areas are also found on each floor. A staffed reception provides a friendly and professional welcome for guests. Experienced staff also deliver administrative support, including help with answering telephone calls on behalf of your company and managing your post and parcels.
Adjacent to Liverpool Street station, some of London’s best transport links are literally at this property’s doorstep. Liverpool Street station is one of London’s most important commuter and transport hubs with mainline trains to destinations across Britain, including an express service to Stansted Airport. It is also on the Underground’s Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines. Moorgate station is also nearby, providing additional mainline and tube services to get you to and from these offices. Numerous cafes, bars and restaurants are also a short walk from the building Along with exceptional transport connections, 50 Liverpool Street combines gorgeous period features with modern amenities and technology. This historic property was spared from demolition when British Rail decided against replacing Liverpool Street station. Extensively refurbished into high-spec office accommodation, the property now offers serviced solutions overlooking the station’s bustling platforms.