Serviced Offices to Rent in London City (Office Space to Rent)

View office space and serviced offices for rent in the City of London. The square mile offers many different private workspaces to choose from which are modern tower blocks, traditional or boutique period buildings.

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Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London, E1 6SA
Private serviced offices
12 to 26 people
From £2,100/mo.

Various modern office spaces for rent with exposed beam ceilings along Brick Lane.

  • 24 hour access
  • Bespoke branding
  • Breakout space
  • Meeting rooms
  • WiFi
  • and more...
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High Holborn, Chancery Ln, London, WC1V 7PE
Private serviced offices
2 to 200 people
From £1,000/mo.

Modern office spaces to rent in a glass-fronted building near Chancery Lane Station.

  • 24 hour access
  • Bike storage
  • Breakout space
  • Disabled access
  • Meeting rooms
  • and more...
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Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1AL
Private serviced offices
2 to 95 people
From £1,380/mo.

Luxurious office spaces to rent with classic interiors and a stunning glass atrium.

  • Breakout space
  • Disabled access
  • Lift access
  • Meeting rooms
  • Shower facilities
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Fulwood Place, Holborn, London, WC1V 6HZ
Private serviced offices
15 to 135 people
From £10,845/mo.

  • 24 hour access
  • Air conditioning
  • Kitchen facility
  • Self contained units
  • Tea & coffee
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Cremer St, Hoxton, London, E2 8HD
Private serviced offices
2 to 300 people
From £666/mo.

Trendy, unfurnished office spaces to rent in a contemporary business centre in Hoxton.

  • Air conditioning
  • Breakout space
  • Disabled access
  • Meeting rooms
  • Network events
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Princelet St, Spitalfields, London, E1 5LP
Private serviced offices
2 to 100 people
From £1,100/mo.

A range of office spaces for rent with ultra-modern features.

  • Disabled access
  • Meeting rooms
  • Network events
  • Outdoor/roof terrace
  • Pet friendly
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Temple Avenue, Temple, London, EC4Y 0DA
Private serviced offices
6 to 112 people
From £2,964/mo.

Stylish office spaces to rent in a grand building with modern and classic features.

  • Bike storage
  • Outdoor/roof terrace
  • Pet friendly
  • Phone booths
  • Shower facilities
  • and more...
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Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1DD
Private serviced offices
2 to 150 people
From £900/mo.

Range of office spaces for rent with a contemporary feel and large windows.

  • 24 hour access
  • Air conditioning
  • Bike storage
  • Breakout space
  • Meeting rooms
  • and more...
  • Icon: Tube Station Chancery Lane (2 mins walk)
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Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1QS
Private serviced offices
4 to 550 people
From £3,000/mo.

Chic office spaces for rent in a converted period building with a beautiful stone façade.

  • 24 hour access
  • Air conditioning
  • Event space
  • Gym
  • Outdoor/roof terrace
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  • Icon: Tube Station Chancery Lane (2 mins walk)
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City Office Guide

Serviced Offices in City of London

The primary central business district (CBD) of London and an historic centre, the City of London is a prime location for any company looking for office space with a prestigious business address. Colloquially known as ‘The City’ or the ‘Square Mile’, the area is renowned for being a major business and financial centre. 

 

By the late 1500s, London was a major centre for banking and commerce. The Royal Exchange was established in 1565 and is still considered to be the core of the City’s banking and financial services industry. From 1691, Lloyd’s Coffee House in Lombard Street became the world-leading insurance base and London’s insurance industry continues to be associated with this area.

 

From the 1970s, tall office buildings were constructed including the iconic Natwest Tower, the first skyscraper in the UK. Since then, the building of impressive, modern, often glass-fronted office skyscrapers has continued with recent additions of ‘The Gherkin’ (30 St Mary Axe), ‘the Cheesegrater’ (the Leadenhall Building), Broadgate Tower, ‘the Walkie-Talkie’ (20 Fenchurch Street) and Heron Tower, currently the tallest in the City. 

  

Smithfield Market and Leadenhall Market are located within the City and there are a few private gardens and open spaces, such as the Inner Temple and the Middle Temple Inns of Court. The River Thames and its riverside are popular relaxation areas in The City. With excellent transport links across London and beyond, in addition to the many famous landmarks and prestigious organisations in the area, The City is a highly-sought after location for business premises. 

 

Office Space in the City of London

Many of the impressive, grand office buildings and skyscrapers, which boast impressive panoramic views over London, offer a mix of open plan, coworking and private office space with manned receptions, 24 hour access, maintenance support, state-of-the-art technology facilities, meeting rooms and on-demand conference rooms. Businesses can choose from serviced and managed premises and the option of furnished or unfurnished office space.

 

Transport Links

The City is one of the best connected areas of London, providing companies renting offices in the area with fantastic transport links across London and beyond. The majority of the London Underground’s lines operate through The City, connecting with all underground stations. Liverpool Street, Fenchurch Street and Cannon Street are longer-distance rail terminals, whilst Moorgate provides services to Hertfordshire. There are two Docklands Light Railway (DLR) stations in The City - Tower Gateway and Bank.

 

The A1, A10, A3, A4 and A40 road routes start from The City and lead out of London via six bridges including Blackfriars Bridge, London Bridge, Southwark Bridge and Cannon Street Railway Bridge. There are two bus stations in The City, in Aldgate and at Liverpool Street, providing plenty of routes including a night bus service. 

  

One London River Services pier is located on the Thames within The City and provides regular passenger services.

 

Shopping and Restaurants

The City provides a number of retail opportunities, including department stores and a shopping centre. There are also a range of specialist shops, cafes, pubs, pop-up stalls and street-food vendors in the area, alongside a wealth of modern offices and skyscrapers. Several new, luxury hotels have also been built within The City boundaries over the past few years. 

 

More extensive shopping outlets can be found nearby in neighbouring boroughs, as well as a wide selection of restaurants, wine bars, pubs and cafes.

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