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Four New City of London Offices added to officebroker.com

Four New City of London Offices added to officebroker.com

Over the last week, four serviced office properties in the City of London have been added to the officebroker.com website.

Each centre occupies a prime location in London’s chief financial district, close to many underground transport links such as Bank, Monument and Aldgate, and offer excellent business facilities ranging from meeting rooms equipped with videoconferencing equipment, to Wi-Fi internet access.

Find out more about these centres below.

City of London – Lime Street

This property is just a stone’s throw from both the Bank and Monument underground stations, offering unbranded, flexible office space with an excellent range of facilities. These include Wi-Fi broadband access, meeting rooms, videoconferencing, and secure 24-hour access to the building.

City of London – Minories

Based in a sought-after location in the Minories, close to the Fenchurch Street train station and a number of tube stations including Aldgate, Tower Gateway and Tower Hill, this centre offers an ideal location combined with excellent services. A staffed reception, admin assistance, on-site IT support and telephone answering services are all on offer.

City of London – King William Street

There are two properties on King William Street, within yards of each other.

The first, located virtually adjacent to Monument underground station, offers fully serviced air-conditioned space complete with full reception services, broadband access and meeting rooms.

A few yards further south is another serviced business centre, located within a striking property offering many key amenities such as meeting and training rooms, a staffed reception, admin support and more.

Find out more about any of these serviced office properties by visiting our City of London web page for further details.

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