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Rahul Parekh
Rahul Parekh
  • 3 Minute Read
  • 26th February 2020

Coppergate House

Not many flexible workspaces available on the market today can offer character and tonnes of historical charm. While many office spaces today offer incredibly modern fitouts to cater to the demands of tech startups and multinational organisations, Coppergate House offers the chance to bring your business to life.

The Building:

Having recently undergone a complete refurbishment, Coppergate House relaunched on 17th February showcasing the many benefits this flexible workspace has to offer. Situated in the heart of Spitalfields, you enter through the grand and supremely welcoming reception area which leads to the fashionable and ultra-modern private offices with exposed brickwork, warm and earthy colour scheme and bespoke furnishings.

With the modern workspace focused around employee wellbeing, spacious breakout spaces with complimentary tea and coffee offering you the chance to relax and work away from your desk, while the onsite gym is perfect for those fitness fanatics. Each space has been carefully positioned and configured to capture and utilise the natural light which beams through the large sashed windows of this building.

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The centre is ideally situated at the epicentre of the capital’s global financial district with Tower 42, The Gherkin, the Bank of England and The Lloyd’s building all within easy walking distance. A wealth of strong transport connections surround Spitalfields with Aldgate East, Aldgate, Shoreditch High Street as well as Liverpool Street Station connecting commuters around London and to the borders of Greater London.

Things to do in Liverpool Street:

If you’re considering setting up your office space within the area, one thing is for sure, you won’t be short of things to do in Liverpool Street. Wander around the streets of Liverpool Street and you’re guaranteed to find a range of high-end restaurants, food markets and culinary hotspots to spend your lunch hour.


Duck & Waffle:

Located in the 40th floor of this iconic landmark building of Heron Tower, Duck and Waffle provides a dining experience like no other in the capital. The glass lift elevates you to the 40th floor within seconds from which you can enjoy the spectacular 360-degree views of the capital’s skyline. Food is an on-trend mix of small plates, raw offerings of oysters and ceviche as well as a fine selection of main dishes including roast chicken and famous duck confit and waffle.

Yauatcha City:

Extending across a bendy swathe of the multi-storey foodie development Broadgate Circle, this Cantonese chain creates an illusion as you walk through, of going on for ever. Whether you’re dining with friends or treating a client to lunch, you cannot leave without trying the famous Chocolate Pebble; a smooth globe of brownie, crunchy cocoa nibs and a squirty chocolate liquid.

Mac and Wild Devonshire Square:

Created from the Scottish game and seafood specialist Mac and Wild, this 110-seater restaurant provides a dedicated whisky bar and a heated winter terrace. Diners can expect lots of venison including scotch eggs, steak frites, chateaubriand and the ‘veni-moo’ burger) as well as Highland chicken and Haggis Mac n Cheese.

Working in Liverpool Street:

Liverpool Street is becoming increasing popular with businesses from the financial services, media, marketing agency, and technology sectors as well as being the home of many corporate headquarters. With an atmospheric environment, Liverpool Street opens a wealth of networking opportunities with startups and SMEs within the area. With businesses from every continent, business collaboration opportunities are varied and plentiful.

Office Spaces in Liverpool Street:

With access to thousands of flexible workspaces across the capital, you’ll often find yourself spoilt for choice in search for your ideal office space. We’ve drawn up three alternative offices within Liverpool Street that can suit your business culture:

Crown Place:

An inspirational architectural frontage of green patchwork glass masks acres of open plan office suites and features conference suites and clear partitioning walls making most of the abundance of natural light. Spacious breakout spaces and coworking areas provide networking opportunities for occupiers renting space in this flexible workspace. Crown Place is ideally situated for the financial and insurance industries, offering a wealth of upmarket amenities in the locality as well as eye catching panoramas over the capital.

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Salesforce Tower:

Previously named Heron Tower, today, the Salesforce Tower is one of the capital’s leading landmark buildings offering exceptionally modern and stylish private office spaces. First impressions here matter and the triple heighted ground floor atrium doesn’t disappoint. From the impressive fish tank to the fast, fast lifts, this location is great for businesses who need to stand out. When looking to treat clients to a spot of lunch, the Salesforce Tower isn’t short of options with a restaurant and sky bar operating within the building.

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10 Devonshire Square:

Bringing focus and attention to the expanding hub of arts and culture, this flexible workspace on Devonshire Square holds an undeniable appeal for growing businesses and independent entrepreneurs alike. This office space is renowned for its rich history dating back to 1978 and is situated within a midst of a culture renaissance, resulting in a diverse mix of retail shops, cafes and high-end restaurants.

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These are just a selection of office spaces available on the market within Liverpool Street. You can browse more office space in Liverpool Street here or contact our team of consultants who’ll create a shortlist of options suited to your office space requirements on 08005244118.