If you are looking for office space or studios to let in the heart of London, Moorgate will put your company in one of the best locations for offices in London.
Situated in the City of London, Moorgate connects the City to the boroughs Islington and Hackney, and boasts some of the best transport links for your business. Moorgate underground station is very well connected in terms of tube lines and mainline services, whilst Liverpool Street station connects Moorgate to the rest of London and beyond.
The Moorgate postcode features a number of major landmarks including the Bank of England, Nat West Tower and the Guildhall. So if you're looking to place your company firmly on the map with new business premises, Moorgate (EC2) may be the ideal solution - it's home to some of the country's largest investment banks and is considered to be one of the key financial areas in the city. Indeed, many of the offices and commercial properties available in the region are perfectly suited to businesses involved in the financial sector.
Any businesses that need superior mobility around London will also benefit from relocating to Moorgate, as would companies that commute internationally. Rather surprisingly, start ups may also wish to consider looking at the property available on the northern edges of Moorgate, which features a wide range of period offices, warehouses and redevelopments that have cheaper rents than other parts of the City.
The large numbers of commuters and office workers that pass through Moorgate has encouraged a variety of up-market restaurants, shops and bars to relocate to the area. So your workforce can choose from a range of places to meet clients during work or to unwind in the evening. Nearby Barbican, meanwhile, offers high-quality culture and entertainment every day of the week.
For more information on renting, buying, letting or selling commercial property in Moorgate please contact a member of the Currell Commercial team.
Underground serviced by the Northern, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. Mainline railway links to other parts of London and beyond
Major underground hub serviced by the Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. Mainline railway links to other parts of London and much of the South East, including Cambridge and Stanstead Airport.