St Pauls Guide
This affluent area of London is best known for its incredible piece of architecture, St. Paul’s cathedral. St. Paul’s resides on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the City of London and is one of the most recognisable sites in London. The present church, dates from the late 17th century, which was designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren. Its construction, was part of a remarkable renovation project in the City after the Great Fire of London.
The area of St. Paul’s showcases a wide variety of businesses including the financial sector, as well as the creative/ media sector, which will feel at home on the street of Little Britain.
St. Paul’s is located in the heart of the City of London and the Financial District. Surrounding areas include, Bank, Temple, Holborn, Barbican and Moorgate.
The nearest underground station is St. Paul’s underground station and is also surrounded by an array of Rail Stations, such as, Moorgate, Farringdon, City Thameslink, Cannon Street and London Liverpool Street.
The diagram below showcases comparisons from other serviced offices from neighbouring areas. Please see our chart to gauge other rates dependent on prices per person, per month.
|Area||Indicative price range|
|St. Paul's||£550 – 900|
|Mansion House||£500 – 850|
|Cheapside||£500 – 980|
|Bank||£800 – 1200|
Why choose an office space in St. Paul's
St. Paul’s is located in the renowned Financial District and of course showcases great networking opportunities with national and international businesses. St. Pauls Cathedral is a stunning piece of architecture and is encircled by a variety of delectable restaurants including, Madison.
Madison has terrific views of St. Paul’s Cathedral from its luxurious rooftop garden, enabling you to truly impress clients on business lunches. The menu consists of delicious bites such as, baked scallops in the shell, lavender seared beef fillet, braised lamb shank, as well as a sumptuous violet and pistachio cake.
Take a look at surrounding areas
If you are looking to travel further afield with clients, then why not visit the neighbouring location of Bank.
The area of Bank is named after its name sake, the Bank of England, giving you a truly impressive post code for business lunches. As Bank is the hub of the Financial District it comes as no surprise it has a grand selection of beautiful restaurants, which include, 1 Lombard Street Brasserie.
This highly desirable restaurant is perfect for elite businesses and serves incredible dishes such as, Salt beef with cornichons, linguine alle vongole, grilled whole Dover sole or a rump of lamb with dauphinois and tomato compote.
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