Office Space in King William Street
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King William Street is situated in the vibrant and historic City of London. Home to a number of financial companies and investment firms, it is also very close to the Bank of England, which is on Threadneedle Street. With its central location in a bustling area, King William Street is close to a number of sights, attractions and places of historical interest. Some of nearby points of interest around King William Street include Mansion House, the Bank of England Museum, Monument, Heron Tower, the Clink Prison Museum and Tower 42.
Positioned in the centre of a commercial financial hub, King William Street is home to a lot of financial and fiscal companies that have executive suites and office space in the area. In addition to banks and financial institutions, there are also other businesses situated here including computer companies and recruitment agencies. Among the financial giants that can be found here are N. M. Rothschild & Sons, Danske Bank and the Moscow Narodny Bank.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You won’t be short of entertainment in the area, as King William Street is within easy reach of a variety of venues that will suit a wide range of tastes. You can enjoy live music at the Drum Cafe, catch a show at the historic Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre or enjoy live classical music at Barbican Hall. With a huge range of dining options on the doorstep, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out. Be sure to enjoy the hearty American cuisine at the Don Restaurant, sample the seafood at Swithins, and head to Imperial City for some great Chinese food. You can also enjoy British, French and South American cuisine at the local restaurants as well as lighter bites at the various delis, cafes and brasseries in the area.
You can benefit from excellent transport links in King William Street, with Bank and Monument tube stations just moments away on foot. It is also only a short walk from the mainline rail services found at Cannon Street and Fenchurch Street stations. Secure car parking facilities are located in the immediate vicinity, and access to buses and taxis in the area is very good.