Grade II listed office space at 107-111 Fleet St - star of a James Bond film!
The Grade II listed building at 107-111 Fleet Street traces its history back to the 1870s. Forming part of the Ludgate Circus quadrangle, the attractive building was once the headquarters of famous travel company Thomas Cook. 100 years after it was built it had a cameo role in the James Bond film Diamonds are Forever when the famous spy got into a violent scrap in its pretty elevator which is one of the oldest working lifts in London.
Nowadays the building is home to high quality serviced office space from a global business centre operator. The six storey building has individual private offices in a variety of sizes and also offers a staffed reception, business lounge, break out areas, meeting rooms which over look St Paul's Cathedral and co-working spaces.
The offices at 107-111 Fleet Street are just a short walk from City Thameslink and Blackfriars stations. Contact us to arrange a viewing or get a quote for these City offices.
|Cost per person (GBP)||579|
|Nearest train station||City Thameslink|
|Nearest road link||M1 jnct 1|
|Nearest airport||London City|
|Number of workstations||345|
107-111 Fleet Street serviced office location
Nearby Transport Links
- City Thameslink (approximately 0.18 miles away)
- Blackfriars (approximately 0.19 miles away)
- St Paul's Station (approximately 0.23 miles away)
- Blackfriars Pier (Thames Clipper) (approximately 0.26 miles away)
- Mansion House Station (approximately 0.40 miles away)