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Office space in Bank, London
The Bank area of the City of London is the central location of London’s financial district. Nine roads converge at this major intersection, around which many of the City’s most prestigious addresses and several famous landmarks are located, like The Bank of England and The Royal Exchange. Recent developments on Threadneedle Street, the site of the old London Stock Exchange, and along Poultry and Cannon Street, have added a number of striking modern developments that blend in with the historic period buildings and famous churches.
The area is also home to many ancient institutions. In addition to The Corporation of London there are a number of Worshipful Companies, many dating back over 800 years, where tradition still presides in some of the remaining livery halls. They were originally established to support and promote professions like grocer’s, glass makers and candle makers. The area around Poultry and Cheapside was home to London’s oldest market, with side streets named after the produce that was sold there, like Bread Street, Milk Street and Poultry itself.
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What types of businesses are attracted here?
Banking, Insurance, Financial Services, Legal, Supporting businesses
Office options in this area
You will find the following office options in the Bank area:
Why your business should be here
Bank is the home of many investment and financial businesses based around the famous landmarks of The Bank of England and the Lord Mayors residence, Mansion House.
There are a number of popular business addresses like Lombard Street, Cannon Street, Threadneedle Street, Cheapside, Cornhill and Poultry.
The area is well situated for local transport links with mainline stations like Liverpool Street and Cannon Street close by.
Number of serviced office centres near this location
There are around 88 Serviced Office Centres within the Bank area comprising of nearly two million sq ft of office space, or 3% of total stock, and SO Advice can help you make the most informed choices.
“Bank is a great central location with a number of prestigious addresses to choose from and is an ideal location for any business wishing to be in the heart of London’s traditional financial district.” James Tatham
Indicative pricing and comparison to neighbouring locations
Bank is close to a number of areas that may offer an alternative location for your business. We have selected several options that we think are worth considering for your new office space.
The prices shown here provide an average range for each area and are per person per month. They are based on local knowledge and are updated with market changes.
Bank: £650 – £1000
City of London: £500 – £1200 The renowned financial district to the east of London is home to many corporate businesses, famous landmarks and has excellent transport links.
Moorgate: £600 – £900 This area benefits from several Underground stations and mainline connections.
St Paul’s: £650 – £950 Dominated by the world famous cathedral, the area has interesting squares and green spaces and the Millennium Bridge over the Thames is close by.
Liverpool Street: £500 – £900 The station comprises several Underground lines and mainline services with shopping and cafes facilities. Liverpool Street will also benefit from Crossrail.
Work life balance
This area really comes to life at night with a distinctive buzz around its many bars and restaurants, including Coq D’argent and the popular Browns located a short walk away on Old Jewry.
You are never far from a cafe and there are a number of shopping locations nearby like No 1 Poultry and the shopping mall at One New Change. The Royal Exchange offers a wide variety of designer stores like Louis Vuitton, Paul Smith, Tiffany and Penhaligons, as well as a number of cafes and popular restaurants that make a great place for informal business meetings.
Hidden gem: St Stephen Walbrook church
Tucked behind Mansion House is the church of St Stephen Walbrook. A stunning church dating from 1672, it was rebuilt after the Great Fire of London. Interestingly, there has been a place of worship on the site since the second century AD. It’s well worth a visit.
- The Bank area benefits from its central location
- Excellent Underground and rail connections
- Numerous shops and High Street stores close by
- There are many gyms, hotels, cafes
- Wide choice of excellent restaurants like Barbecoa and the Bread Street Kitchen