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Juxon House at 100 St Paul’s Churchyard provides managed and serviced office solutions in the heart of the City’s financial district. The building is named for William Juxon, who was the Bishop of London from 1633 to 1649 and the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1660 until his death in 1663. Along with Grade A office accommodation, the property has retail space at street level include Starbucks, M&S Simply Food, and a bank. With 148,000 square feet of interior space, the office building has a curved façade and classical features inspired by St Paul’s Cathedral. Juxon House is clad with white Portland stone, while Bath stone is used around the windows. A 22,000-square-foot business centre in based on the second floor of Juxon House. Opened in 2013, the centre has been finished to a high specification with beautiful wood flooring and stylish furnishings. Office suites in various sizes can be customised to create unique work environments. IT and telecommunications solutions include VoIP telephones and high-speed internet. The centre also has individual pods for individuals, including freelancers. Reception staff welcome and direct visitors, while fully-equipped kitchens are stocked with free refreshments. Meeting rooms with the high-tech audiovisual technology offer professional spaces to host discussions, while breakout spaces provide inviting areas to work or relax. There are also convenient bike storage and shower facilities for health-conscious commuters.
Overlooking iconic St Paul’s Cathedral, this modern office building next to Temple Bar is part of Paternoster Square. Named for the historic publishing centre Paternoster Row, the development includes the London Stock Exchange and several major investment banks. These offices are steps from many cafes, restaurants, and bars. High-end and high street shops at One New Change, the City’s only shopping centre, is also moments away. In terms of transport, this property is hard to beat. St Paul’s station on the Underground’s Central Line is two minutes away, while Mansion House station on the Circle and District lines is a four-minute walk. Eight minutes from the property is Bank station on the Central, Northern and Waterloo & City lines. Bank is also served by DLR trains to Canary Wharf and other destinations in the Docklands. Blackfriars, Cannon Street and City Thameslink rail stations are also within walking distance.