Serviced Offices 24 Lime Street, City of London, EC3M 7HR
Boutique flexible serviced offices in a prestigious Lime Street location
Our flexible workplace at 24 Lime Street is in the heart of the City of London, on the corner of Lime Street and Fenchurch Street just minutes from Monument, Fenchurch St & Bank Stations.
Inside, you’ll find a choice of self-contained, fully-furnished serviced offices suitable for diverse business sizes, all available on flexible terms to suit your unique needs and inclusive of cleaning and maintenance.
The space features private offices to accommodate between 3-24 people, breakout space, meeting rooms, bike storage and showers, phone booths, passenger lift and of course, is dog friendly.
Alongside the high-spec office suites, there’s also a variety of on-site amenities at 24 Lime Street designed to make every day at the office better.
That includes a choice of on-demand meeting rooms, shower facilities, bicycle storage, and private phone booths.
And, of course, the basics are taken care of with business grade fibre-optic broadband and WiFi throughout the workplace.
24 Lime Street combines an unbeatable location on a characterful street in a vibrant area of London with all of the features your business needs to thrive.
That makes it an ideal choice for businesses looking for a better way to work in the City.
24 Lime Street is a former furniture warehouse in the heart of the City. It’s surrounded by iconic skyscrapers, including the Walkie Talkie building just opposite at 20 Fenchurch Street, which serves to create an impressive setting but also highlights the traditional character of the original building.
And there’s plenty of history around, with local highlights including Leadenhall market which dates back to 1321.
Located on the east side of Lime Street, which links Fenchurch Street with Leadenhall Street, this workplace is about as well-located as you’ll find, just down the road from Lloyds of London.
You’ll benefit from plenty of local amenities, along with outstanding transport connections with nearby underground stations including Bank, Fenchurch Street Station and Monument.