Old London Stock Exchange becomes home to serviced offices
Based in the prestigious Square Mile district of central London – otherwise known as The City – this attractive building was officially opened by the Queen in 1972, and served as the London Stock Exchange headquarters for over 30 years.
Previously a concrete-slabbed eyesore, the property has undergone a significant renovation project that has seen its ugly fa├ºade replaced with an attractive glass curtain wall.
Along with the attractive exterior, the property has also undergone extensive work inside.
Strategically positioned on the 6th and 7th floors, the serviced office space has been interior designed and fitted out to bespoke specifications. Offering stunning views of the City, the offices have been beautifully redecorated to contemporary standards.
In terms of its location, the property naturally appeals to businesses within the banking and finance sector. Its long association as the London Stock Exchange headquarters and its close proximity to the Bank of England also provide the ideal setting in the heart of LondonΓÇÖs financial district.
James Buckler of officebroker.com, who recently visited the building, says:
“The building is stunning – it’s modern, and has a great location just two minutes from Bank tube station and the Royal Exchange.
“Inside, it looks very crisp and clean. It’s also got a wonderful classic feel, with loads of contrasts such as black Chesterfield sofas alongside modern art and designer furniture.
“It’s all brand new, but the d├⌐cor brings a real traditional twist into the mix. It’s slick and uber modern, and it all works really well – the pictures don’t do it justice!”
Careful attention has been bestowed on the d├⌐cor and fit-out of the offices, along with the level of facilities provided. In keeping with the overall redesign of the building, a high standard of service is offered which includes the likes of meeting rooms with video conference facilities, broadband and WiFi access, and on-site IT support with Microsoft trained engineers.
“It’s fantastic the way they’ve done it,” says James, “and the facilities are first class. All in all it represents excellent value for our clients.”
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Serviced office space in the City, at Old Broad Street.