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New photos added to online profiles of two City offices

New photos added to online profiles of two City offices

Two serviced office centres in the City of London, both operated by the same high-end office provider, have recently updated their online officebroker.com with attractive new photos.

Lloyds Avenue – City of London (EC3)

This contemporary business centre offers quality office space in an excellent location in the City of London. As shown by the recently updated profile pictured, the space has been expertly designed with modern furniture and a stylish finish.

Following a recent office tour of the property, Mark Bolton from Polestar PLC commented in an online review that the space has a “cool Shoreditch feel – but in the City.”

He added: “Loved the breakout areas, roof terrace, meeting facilities. Feels more like Apple’s Palo Alto office than a shared facility.”

Looks aside, the centre offers an impressive range of business services and facilities, including furnished offices with a range of rental options, broadband and Wi-Fi access, on site IT support and a staffed reception.

Throgmorton Street – City of London (EC2)

This centre is another example of quality serviced office space, with fully furnished and contemporary office space offering a range of business benefits and conveniences.

The newly updted photos represent the centre’s modern d├⌐cor and stylish finish, providing an excellent first impression for client-facing firms.

The centre offers a long list of facilities including meeting rooms with video conferencing equipment, administration support, and Wi-Fi. The centre has also been left unbranded to allow businesses to project their own image.

A recent client review praised the centre’s “excellent staff”, along with its “great” location and decor, adding that the centre was a “reasonably priced” option.

To view the photos and office profiles in full, use the web links provided above.

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