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Bridge House, Queen Victoria Street EC4

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Property Description

The standout, redbrick 6-floor corner office property that is Bridge House on Queen Victoria Street EC4 is a landmark on the bank of the Thames.

Offering enviable 360-degree views, both Blackfriars Bridge and the Thames Clipper Pier are on the doorstep of this unique property.

Other notable close landmarks include the Tate Modern just across the river and St Paul’s Cathedral which is just a few moments’ walk away.

Other neighbours of Bridge House include the offices of JPMorgan and of Unilever so occupying clients are assured that they are in formidable company.

Occupiers also enjoy first-class amenities such as the luxury lounge with stunning views over the river, a state-of-the-art iPad barista, cycle parking and, unusually for office tenants in the City, car parking spaces.

With these building amenities, it would be fair to assume that the offices and workspaces are equally well-equipped as they are with dual-fibre broadband, category 6 cabling and cloud AV technologies.

The office suites to let here are available fully furnished and the workspaces can be uniquely designed and tailored to a tenant’s bespoke wishes.

The offices are held on flexible short-term contracts with rental fees inclusive of property overheads that would usually be paid for separately when leasing an office.

If you would like to schedule a tour of this beautiful office space in Bridge House on Queen Victoria Street EC4, please fill in the contact form as we would be delighted to assist.

We are effectively a free London office space rental agency as we are reimbursed by the workspace providers and landlords that promote their properties on the website. This means that there is never a fee to pay by the occupier.

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