About Fenchurch Street
A well-known area of the City of London, Fenchurch Street is located in the heart of the financial district and features corporate headquarters in skyscrapers and modern offices. Fenchurch Street links Aldgate with Lombard Street and Gracechurch Street. With great transport links nearby, Fenchurch is easily accessible from all over the city, making it an excellent business address.
There are a number of notable buildings on and around Fenchurch Street, with Plantation Place one of the most prominent, which was once recognised as the centre of the tea trade. Today it is one of the largest office developments in the City of London and incorporates the headquarters of several consulting and insurance companies. Nearby is 20 Fenchurch Street, which has been nicknamed the ‘Walkie-Talkie’, and is a spectacular building with panoramic views.
Office Availability in Fenchurch Street
Office space in Fenchurch Street is a mix of converted period and listed buildings sitting alongside modern and contemporary, glass-fronted dedicated business centres and skyscrapers, many of which offer panoramic views over the City of London. There is a choice of open-plan, shared and private work space, many of which feature meeting room and conference facilities, state-of-the-art IT capabilities, manned receptions and break-out areas.
Fenchurch Street is a well-connected area of London, attracting companies to a wide range of offices. Fenchurch Street rail station, at the east end of the street, provides services to East London and South Essex. There are also a number of nearby underground stations, including Monument, Aldgate and Tower Hill, providing access to the Circle, Metropolitan, District, and Hammersmith & City lines. In addition, the London bus route 40 runs the full length of Fenchurch Street.
Shopping, Restaurants and Leisure
Serviced offices in Fenchurch Street are located close to numerous markets, ideal for exploring whilst on a lunch break. Leadenhall Market, a restored, covered Victorian market selling fresh produce, cheese, game and fish, is just a short walk from Fenchurch Street. Petticoat Lane Market is world-famous and a bustling market with stall holders selling designer goods, fashion and vintage clothes. In and around Fenchurch Street are a wide and varied range of independent traders, luxury brand names, fashion boutiques and exclusive outlets.
Fenchurch Street is home to a good selection of cafés, bars, coffee shops and restaurants including the Sky Garden, Omnino Leadenhall, Lloyds Club, The Athenian, the City Café and The Viceroy Restaurant.