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Gresham Street

60 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7BB, UK

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60 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7BB, UK

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Building details

The Bank of England is just around the corner from flexible workspaces and meeting rooms to help your business thrive. There’s natural light, adjustable air-conditioning and ergonomically designed furniture. An environment geared just for you.

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The Gresham Street team has received a score of 9.9 by our clients.

Clients love this building because:

  • Close to the Bank of England.
  • Showers, lockers and bike racks.
  • Impressive ground floor reception.
  • 2 minutes' walk from Bank Station.

Fantastic office space, meeting rooms and all round facilities, the staff are great, genuinely helpful and professional.

Edward Parker

Transport connections

Nearest Stations

  • Bank (0.2 miles)
    • Central
    • Northern
    • Waterloo & City
  • Cannon Street (0.3 miles)

Building amenities

  • 24/7 Access

    24/7 Access

  • Bike Racks

    Bike Racks

  • Break-out Space

    Break-out Space

  • Climate Control

    Climate Control

  • High Speed Internet

    High Speed Internet

  • Kitchen Facilities

    Kitchen Facilities

  • Local IT support

    Local IT support

  • Meeting Rooms

    Meeting Rooms

  • On-site Security

    On-site Security

  • Showers

    Showers

Plans & pricing

  • Private Office Image

    Private Office

    Starting from £540 pcm

    Your own private, secure office, plus unlimited access to Club Space. For 1-100+ people.

  • Virtual Office Image

    Virtual Office

    Starting from £86 pcm

    An easy way to get a UK business address, mail handling and phone services.

  • Meeting Rooms Image

    Meeting Rooms

    Starting from £37 pcm

    Meeting and training rooms available to book by the hour or day.

Technology

  • Internet access

    Fast, reliable and secure Internet Access is included in your license fee. If you require a dedicated line we can provide that, too, in increments of 5Mb. All Landmark buildings are equipped with dual circuits for added resilience.

  • Wireless

    As a Landmark client, you are also provided with a secure and private wireless access to accompany your internet access. Free guest WiFi is provided in all Landmark buildings, simply ask reception for the login details.

  • Telephony

    State-of-the-art VoIP Telephony is available with a huge range of features as standard. Additional features such as call recording and call answering are also available, alongside a free call package within inclusive minutes to UK local and national landlines and UK mobiles.

  • Everything else

    We can also provide additional services such as Public Ip Addresses, Secure Rack Space, Analogue Lines and much more.

Client relationship manager

Natalia Glos

Natalia Glos

Our professional team is led by Natalia Glos, who has come from the serviced office industry and has 11 years' experience in customer service. Together with her team she will make a great first impression for your guests and ensure your business runs smoothly.

Available between

8.30am - 6.00pm Monday - Friday

Contact

60 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7BB

020 3440 5000

The local area

60 Gresham Street

For a fresh new vibe to your workspace, look no further than 60 Gresham St. It’s a spectacular new BREEM-rated building, finished to a very high standard. It's close to Bank, St. Paul's and London Wall, making this a perfect location for City businesses.

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The Trading House

The Trading House

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Hawksmoor

Hawksmoor

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The Anthologist

The Anthologist

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The Tokenhouse

The Tokenhouse

London’s most convenient meeting place is a pretty apt title for The Tokenhouse. It's within walking distance of seven tube stations in the City so whether you fancy breakfast, lunch, casual drinks or even organising a party in one of the function areas, it's but minutes away.

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Fortnum & Mason

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Museum of London

Museum of London

The history of London, from prehistoric times to the present is told in the Museum of London through reconstructed interiors and street scenes, alongside displays of original artefacts found during the museum's archaeological digs.

Bank of England

Bank of England

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Guildhall Art Gallery

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Where to Eat

Browns

Browns

Browns Brasserie & Bar Old Jewry used to be the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. From the outside its an impressive, imposing building – on the inside, it’s a stylish, welcoming space with a friendly, bustling atmosphere. Serving traditional British food in a grand cafe setting.

The Trading House

The Trading House

An elegant, airy bar with ornate wood panelling and ceiling. Embark on a culinary voyage of the finest flavours, brought together under one fanciful roof and where delicacies are reimagined with secret ingredients from further afield.

Hawksmoor

Hawksmoor

Situated in the heart of The City, Hawksmoor Guildhall provides 'the best power breakfast in London’ (GQ). At lunch and dinner its dictionary-thick steaks are joined by a wide range of sustainable seafood from around the British coast.

Where to Drink

The Anthologist

The Anthologist

The Anthologist is the ideal backdrop for all your drink and food needs, from breakfast meetings to client updates over lunch, after work drinks or dinner with friends. Sample new wines or vintages from across the globe, a unique range of innovative cocktails and relaxed all-day dining fare.

The Tokenhouse

The Tokenhouse

London’s most convenient meeting place is a pretty apt title for The Tokenhouse. It's within walking distance of seven tube stations in the City so whether you fancy breakfast, lunch, casual drinks or even organising a party in one of the function areas, it's but minutes away.

Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum's has thrown open its doors at one of London's most iconic destinations - The Royal Exchange - bringing the very best of Fortnum & Mason to the City. Enjoy the finest food and drink from its famed food halls fit for a Queen. Landmark clients can enjoy a 10% discount.

What to Do

Museum of London

Museum of London

The history of London, from prehistoric times to the present is told in the Museum of London through reconstructed interiors and street scenes, alongside displays of original artefacts found during the museum's archaeological digs.

Bank of England

Bank of England

The Bank of England was founded as a private bank in 1694 to act as banker to the Government. Today it is the UK's central bank. Visit the Bank of England museum and travel through 300 years of history and learn about the banknote design.

Guildhall Art Gallery

Guildhall Art Gallery

Guildhall Art Gallery is home to the City of London Corporation's works of art. The wide-ranging collection of 4,500 works, including over 1,300 oil paintings, dates from 1670 to the present day. Particularly strong in Victorian material, the collection also houses important ceremonial and topographical paintings.

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