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Senator

85 Queen Victoria Street
EC4V 4AB London

To rent£49.50 per ft²
Size6,878-18,695 ft² / 639-1,737 m² (approx. 63-170 desks)

Description

Plug and play, flexible workspace in St. Paul's Quarter.

  • Stunning new 7th floor roof gardens with panoramic views
  • Exceptional local amenities
  • Excellent communication links
  • New public realm
  • Striking new facade
  • Landscaped surrounds

Accommodation

Floor / UnitSq ft Availability
6th18,824Occupied
5th20,939Occupied
4th21,409Occupied
3rd21,880Occupied
1st9,599Occupied
Ground6,878Available
Lower Ground11,817Available

Overview

  • New cladding to the facade
  • New reception
  • Central atrium
  • Roof terrace

The property is set in an attractive environment overlooking Cleary Gardens with an impressive landscaped frontage to Queen Victoria Street. The Millennium Footbridge is a short walk from the property and provides direct links to the numerous commercial and leisure facilities on the South Bank including Tate Modern Art Gallery and the Globe Theatre.

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Facilities services

  • Air-Conditioning
  • LG7 lighting
  • Lifts
  • Raised floors
  • 24 hour access
  • Car Parking
  • Cycle spaces and lockers
  • Refurbished common parts
  • Suspended Ceiling

Energy rating

Energy rating 0

Location and Transport

Senator is located approximately 500 metres south west from The Bank of England, occupying a substantial island site on the south side of Queen Victoria Street with over 150 metres of impressive frontage. This prime location has attracted a diverse range of office occupiers from the banking, corporate, legal, professional and media sectors and boasts a wealth of local amenity. Senator offers 10 underground stations all within a 10-minute walk. Crossrail will improve accessibility even further with fast cross-London connections, arriving in nearby Moorgate in 2018. Discover the Cycle Superhighway that runs alongside Senator for the easiest cycle access and use the Santander Cycles that are just a 1-minute walk away. Or take in river views on the Thames Clipper from Blackfriars.