6 Serviced Offices in Spectacular London Skyscrapers

A cool office in London is one thing. But why stop at street level when you can go sky-high?


There was a time when serviced offices were confined to backstreet buildings and basement floors. But those days are long gone. Today, serviced offices in London have – quite literally – risen right to the top of the property market.


We’re talking top floors and top views in the most iconic high-rises London has to offer, from traditional City must-haves like The Gherkin to London’s latest landmark – The Shard.


Fancy a sensational skyscraper office? Check out our top six serviced office recommendations:


The Shard – London Bridge (pictured)


Soaring skywards to a summit of 1,016 ft, the UK’s tallest office building is pretty hard to miss. Hailed as London’s “new emblem”, it was just a matter of time before serviced offices arrived on the scene – and in August 2015, they landed in fine style. Sitting pretty on levels 24 and 25, these serviced offices in The Shard have been beautifully crafted to highlight the glass-clad tower’s exceptional views and to bring natural light flooding in to every corner. It’s stirring stuff. More >


The Gherkin – 30 St Mary Axe, Fenchurch Street


Who would have thought that a cucumber-shaped, diamond-patterned building would become one of London’s leading landmarks? 30 St Mary Axe – fondly known as the Gherkin – maintains that honour, and it’s long been a favourite of businesses seeking swish serviced office space in The City. It’s also a sought-after virtual office location thanks to its famous street address. More >


Broadgate Tower – Primrose Street, Liverpool Street


Sleek and super-modern, the glass-encased Broadgate Tower on Primrose Street has blossomed into a thriving business hub thanks to the addition of serviced office space on the 12th floor. The exterior is cutting-edge and angular, while inside it’s bright, airy and colourful, bedecked with ocean-coloured escalators and cavernous atriums. Impressive doesn’t even come close. More >


Euston Tower – Euston Road


Proximity to Euston Station isn’t the only selling point of this boxy high-rise. Step inside, whizz up to the top floor and — wow — those views! No wonder it’s described as London’s business viewpoint. More >


Canary Wharf – Bank Street


This commanding 32-floor high-rise in Canary Wharf doesn’t just boast a cracking location – it’s got the views and the status to match. You’ll find exquisite serviced offices on the 30th floor of the building, and magnificent floor-to-ceiling windows giving out over the river and the city. If that doesn’t give you Monday motivation, nothing much will. More >


Tower 42 – Old Broad Street, Liverpool Street


Opened in 1980, the famous hexagonal tower is still one of the tallest in The City. It rises loftily above the skyline, offering serviced office space on the 5th, 6th and 7th floors, and superb views of local landmarks including the Shard, the Pinnacle, the ‘Gherkin’ and St Paul’s Cathedral. It’s every inch a classic and is packed with business and leisure facilities, leaving it in constant demand. Oh and best of all, there’s a champagne bar on the top floor. Going up?


You’ll find all of these skyscraper serviced offices in London on the pages of LondonOffices.com. Search for yourself here or give us a call. Whether you’re after ground floor simplicity or sky-high luxury, we’ll help you find it!


Image credit: TOG, The Shard, London

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