24 St John Street
24 St John Street, London, EC1M 4AY
24 St John Street, London, EC1M 4AY, Greater London, , London: City
The building is situated at the Charterhouse Street end of St. John Street and in between Farringdon and Barbican stations.
From 2 to 50 desks available, please contact us for more details.
Twenty-Four St. John Street is an 18th Century building fronting a tall narrow townhouse with a warehouse conversion at the rear. The building has been recently refurbished to create an environment that is desired by the media and creative industry, whilst still maintaining its period features throughout.This boutique serviced office solution is completely unbranded throughout and provides unique, private office space accommodating between 2-80 people across 6 floors. Each office has great natural light, original wooden flooring, comes fully furnished, has 24/7 access and a manned reception from 09:00-17:30 every weekday. A wide range of state-of-the-art IT and Telecoms are available, as well as onsite meeting rooms, which are available to book upon request.The world-famous Smithfield market is on your doorstep and the area boasts well-known restaurants and bars such as, The Slaughtered Lamb and London's first Gastro pub, The Eagle.
2 - 50 desks
3 month - 3 years
Average Weighted lease length
3 months - 3 years
+44(0)203 823 5319
+44(0)20 3823 5319
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