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Finsbury Square, Shoreditch EC2A

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This striking building provides an outstanding selection of all inclusive private executive suites as well as modern shared office space. Boasting contemporary furnishings and tasteful decor, well appointed meeting rooms equipped with presentation and video conferencing facilities, along with state of the art IT and communications networks. Available on flexible terms, this workspace is perfect for SME's and startups looking to take advantage of Shoreditch's thriving tech scene.

Enjoying an impressive business address on Finsbury Square, nestled within some of the City's financial giants as well as the numerous creative and tech startups that make up part of London's acclaimed Silicon Roundabout. The Shoreditch area is renowned as a hub of entertainment facilities, fine dining establishments and trendy bars. Transportation options are plentiful with Liverpool Street, Moorgate, Shoreditch High Street and Old Street Stations a short walk from the building, providing Underground, Overground and Mainline train services. London City Airport is situated less than six miles away.

Sitting at the southern end of City Road is Finsbury Square, a 0.7-hectare (1.7-acre) square. Developed in 1777, the square includes a six-rink grass bowling green. Known for revolutionising the UK’s book trade, James Lackington had his main bookshop on the square known as the Temple of the Muses. Finsbury Square was also the original home of the Greek Orthodox church of Saint Sophia and the Catholic Church of St Mary Moorfields. The square was also the site of Vincenzo Lunardi’s first successful hot air balloon flight in 1784. Today, the University of Liverpool's London Campus and the London Metal Exchange are based on Finsbury Square. The square has seen significant redevelopment in recent years, including a new 150,000 square foot office building and the former Triton Court building. Finsbury Square is 200 metres north of Moorgate tube station and 300 metres north-west of Liverpool Street Station. Old Street tube station is also 400 metres to the north.