London Office Space Virtual Tour: Professional Chic on Liverpool Street

Thanks to its position on the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines, Liverpool Street tube station is a highly convenient transport hub for businesses based in the City of London. These offices are all within easy walking distance of the station. Join us on our London office space virtual tours.

 

 

City fusion on New Broad Street

 

This beautiful London office space on New Broad Street offers a seriously impressive fusion of old and new City design. The period façade combines with a striking contemporary interior which includes a sweeping staircase and a light-filled atrium.

 

 

For larger companies

 

This contemporary space can cater for up to 322 workstations, making it a great option for large companies. Break out spaces are also designed to accommodate a large number of clients with areas such as the kitchen providing ample seating and facilities. As you’d expect with a business centre of this size, there is a wide range of such services available on site.

 

 

Contemporary space on Old Broad Street

 

It’s not all period properties on Old Broad Street, as this striking London office space, constructed entirely of glass shows. Once you’ve finished admiring the outside, the views from inside are great too. The professional reception space as well as the large, smart board room are especially notable features, required in any efficient Liverpool Street office.

 

 

Refreshing corporate space

 

With art adorning the walls and some of the best meeting space we’ve seen, these offices in Old Broad Street manage to be both corporate and contemporary. Sleek lines and thoroughly thought out detailing give this  London office space a designer edge. However, simple colour schemes and smart furnishing maintain a professional look throughout the impressive centre. The video tour is a must-see.

 

 

Finally, are you looking for London office space in the Liverpool Street area? Browse a wide selection here.

Image of Liverpool Street Station by auréilien.

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