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Serviced Office, Fredericks At The Insurance Hall, Aldermanbury, London - EC2V

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  • Serviced Office, Fredericks At The Insurance Hall, Aldermanbury, London - EC2V
  • Serviced Office, Fredericks At The Insurance Hall, Aldermanbury, London - EC2V
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Type of space Number of desks* Rent per month
Private Office 411 18 Desks (630 Sqft) £8082
Private Office 408 10 Desks (350 Sqft) £4490
Private Office 402 16 Desks (560 Sqft) £7184
Private Office 103 8 Desks (280 Sqft) £3592
Entire 3rd Floor 110 Desks (3,850 Sqft) £45000
Private Office 2 Desks (70 Sqft) £698

*Please note, square foot size may vary at each location

Housed in the impressive and
unique Insurance Hall, Fredericks at the Insurance Hall is a stunning place for any business to call home.

Set in the heart of the vibrant City of London, numerous tube and train stations are just a moments' walk away, with St Paul's, Bank, Mansion House, Liverpool Street, Barbican and Moorgate all close by.

With five floors of highly designed office space, and a bespoke event and conference space featuring stunning stained-glassed windows and iconic, period features, it really does offer businesses state-of-the-art facilities to help their business grow and prosper. All on flexible terms with affordable prices - and delivered with a touch of class.

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24 Hour Access
Air Conditioning
Alarm Security
Break-Out Areas
Cat 5-6 Cabling
IT and Telecoms
Kitchen Facilities
Manned Reception
Meeting Rooms
Office Cleaning
Office Furniture
Postal Services
Reception Area
Secretarial Services
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The City is like a city within itself, this central London area is home to Insurance and financial institutions including the Bank of England. The area has had a long association with trading and financial service industries. Offering a combination of modern, glass-plated buildings with age-old institutions such as Mansion House, where the Lord Mayor resides. During the week, the City of London is one of the busiest places in the country, however, weekends are generally deserted, giving it a slightly surreal quality. If you are a lover of architecture the city offers so many buildings steeped in history such as St Paul s Cathedral and other Wren-designed churches. Lots of attractions can be seen including The Tower of London, the Barbican Centres, Museums and many other cultural buildings. Swanky and fancy restaurants and bars adorn the city streets

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