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Rent serviced offices in Clerkenwell at Kirby Street - Office Space Clerkenwell

Overview Kirby Street, Clerkenwell, EC1N Add to list

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The Office Group  Farringdon Too
The Office Group  Farringdon Too
The Office Group  Farringdon Too
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Description

This recently modernised, environmentally friendly office building comes with a range of meeting rooms, break out areas/kitchenettes on each floor and useable roof terraces. With full I.T and telephony services it would suit any company. Situated in the heart of the city it is available fully furnished if required.

Services

Office Facilities

  • Furnished
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Shared Space
  • Unbranded Office Space
  • Virtual offices

Reception

  • Manned Reception

Comms / IT

  • Broadband Access
  • Cabling
  • Telephone System
  • WiFi

Security

  • CCTV

Amenities

  • Twenty Four Hour Access
  • Lifts

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Location Kirby Street, Clerkenwell, EC1N Add to list

Based in the heart of the city, this office is in walking distance of Farringdon, City Thameslink and Barbican stations and can be accessed by car via the A201 Farringdon Road. Heathrow airport less than 15 miles away, it's also convenient for those further afield. Many shops, restaurants and other amenities are all close by.

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Transport Links

Motorway 6.5 - M1 J1 with the A406
Railway 0.11 - Farringdon
0.31 - City Thameslink
0.43 - Barbican
Airport 6.76 - London City Airport
Tube 0.11 - Farringdon
0.28 - Chancery Lane
0.3 - Barbican

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Reviews Kirby Street, Clerkenwell, EC1N Add to list

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Written by chris Dumpleton from Centrinet
Feb 2010

Farringdon too

I wanted an office that was both relaxed and corporate. Lots of nice touches here that set it apart from other offices. The Roof garden is amazing and will be used extensively in the summer!

Best thing about this office: relaxed but corporate feel. Staff are v friendly.

Worst thing about this office: some of the decor (pink meeting room) and roadworks outside ( not a lot you can do about that)

This reviewer toured and then rented space at this office

 

Written by mark abrahams from cascade environmental
Nov 2009

kirby street

The environmental features are particularly pleasing. Solar pv and rainwater harvesting on the green roof.

Best thing about this office: flexible desk rental with full facilities

Worst thing about this office: quite a long cycle from nw6

This reviewer toured this office

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