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Serviced Office Space, Borough High Street, Trinity Street, London, SE1

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  • Serviced Office Space, Borough High Street, Trinity Street, London, SE1
  • Serviced Office Space, Borough High Street, Trinity Street, London, SE1
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Type of space Number of desks* Rent per month
Office 101 29 - 33 Desks (1,015 - 1,155 Sqft) £18500
Office 201 25 - 28 Desks (875 - 980 Sqft) £16000
Office 301 15 - 18 Desks (525 - 630 Sqft) £10500
Office 401 13 - 15 Desks (455 - 525 Sqft) £9500
Office LG + G Floor 26 - 2,630 Desks (910 - 92,050 Sqft) £15500

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

The property is arranged over basement, ground and two upper floors and was formerly used as a retail unit with basement storage. The property benefits from a return frontage accessed from both Borough High Street and Trinity Street. The two upper floors are accessed via an internal staircase to the rear of the retail unit linking to the side entrance on Trinity Street.

The property is situated on the east side of Borough High Street (A3) midway between London Bridge and Elephant and Castle. London Bridge and Borough High Street have seen significant development and improvement over the last few years with an increasing number of buildings being re-developed for mixed or residential use.

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