Serviced Offices from £630.788 pp pm
Completed in 2010, 40 Gracechurch Street has approximately 122,042 square feet of office and retail accommodation. A retained stone façade of the eight-storey property runs along 36 to 41 Gracechurch Street. An expansive reception area welcomes visitors to this sophisticated office building. Grade A specifications include fan coil air conditioning, integral lighting, raised floors, and suspended ceilings. The property also has shower and locker facilities plus bicycle racks for commuters that choose an active way of getting to and from the office. 40 Gracechurch Street is home to a brilliant business centre that combines modern style with function. Contemporary offices are furnished with spacious desks, ergonomic chairs, and storage units. They are also fitted with programmable telephones and connected to high-speed broadband internet. Professional reception staff support businesses by welcoming guests, answering telephones, and providing additional administrative support if it is needed. Fully-equipped kitchens include complimentary coffee and tea, while breakout areas offer comfortable spots to work or relax. There are also impressive meeting rooms and an executive lounge at the business centre.
40 Gracechurch Street sits north of London Bridge close to the Monument to the Great Fire of London. It is surrounded by popular spots to eat and shop, including the famous Leadenhall Market and the Royal Exchange. The centrally-located building is also close to the Bank of England and Lloyd’s of London. This purpose-built office building occupies a prominent position at the junction of Gracechurch Street and King William Street. This puts the offices at the doorstep of the City’s financial and insurance districts. Excellent transport links include Bank and Monument tube stations, both of which are within a few minutes’ walk of the building. Cannon Street, London Bridge and Fenchurch Street provide additional rail and tube connections.